In order to remain current in the rapidly developing field of politics, the Bliss Institute staff regularly conducts applied and scholarly research. The institute's research efforts provide a source of up-to-date information for the general public, as well as political practitioners and academicians, and offers undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity for advance study.
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David Horn Manuscript on Gerrymandering in Ohio
To view the chapters from the manuscript, please click here.
Current Research Projects
The Bliss Institute currently has several projects ongoing. Below is a listing of all projects in their research phase
Tea Party Survey Research
Humanist Survey Research, Longitudinal and Random Sampling
For more information on the Institute's current research projects, please call us at (330) 972-5182.
Featured Research Project
Click here for Tea Party Research Results (Updated October, 2011)
Click here for the Cleveland Plain Dealer Opinion Survey (October, 2011)
Click here for the American Humanist Survey results (December 2011)
The Bliss Institute Special Projects page is an archive of the many different projects outside of the Institutes research. Click above to be redirected!
2010 Bliss Research Archives
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2002 Bliss Research Archives