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Green Media Toolshed

Provides tools and resources to help manage the environmental communities' media and PR assets (including intellectual property, artwork, or hardware) to improve the effectiveness of communications between environmental groups and the public. Most services are available only to registered users.

Responsive Management, Inc.

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A for-profit survey research firm "specializing in natural resource and outdoor recreation issues." Their clients include mostly state and federal government agencies, tourism boards, "sportsmen's" groups, and businesses engaged in hunting, fishing, wildlife-related, or "resource management" issues.

U.S. Census Bureau

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The primary source of data about the United States people and economy, including detailed demographic data available at the country, regional, state, county, and municipality level. See the "American Factfinder" service to find specific demographic or population data.

iPoll Databank of Public Opinion

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iPOLL, from the Roper Center, contains nearly half a million quantitative survey questions and answers asked in the US since 1940, by more than 150 survey organizations. iPoll provides limited free access to guest users.

Economic Research Service

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The Economic Research Service (ERS) is a source of economic information and research operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. ERS conducts research "to inform public and private decision-making on economic and policy issues involving food, farming, natural resources, and rural development."

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