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The GSS panel data originally sampled in 2010 are now available with all three waves.

link6/1/2015Yes
  

The cross-section and the panel data are merged in the GSS 2014 merged data file, which is available for download.

link5/29/2015Yes
  

​​Now accepting ​​proposals for questions or short modules to be included in the 2018 GSS. The deadline is June 30th, 2016.

2018 Call for Modules1/4/2016No
  
The GSS​​ Cross Sectional Cumulative Data File (1972-2014) now includes updated Occupational and Industry codes for every year 1972-2010. Individual year files have also been updated. Various other fixes are also included
http://gss.norc.org/Get-The-Data7/22/2016Yes
  

The 2016 GSS Newsletter is now available​​

2016 GSS Newsletter8/5/2016Yes
  

​​General Social Survey (GSS)- National Death Index (NDI) extended and updated dataset allows researchers to better understand how social factors —ideas, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors —affect health. The GSS-NDI dataset is a joint project of the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, and NORC at the University of Chicago. As Peter Muennig at the Mailman School notes, it is "the first dataset that links a wide array of American's ideas, attitudes, and beliefs over many decades to their longevity."

The GSS-NDI dataset links records from the 1978-2010 GSSs to NDI death records through 2014. The GSS-NDI dataset contains 44,174 total records, of which 12,558 have been classified as deceased. It also contains information on cause of death. The National Institutes of Health funded the GSS-NDI project. The original linked GSS-NDI was released in 2011 and has been utilized in over 70 papers.

The new dataset and related documentation may be accessed at http://www.gssndi.com/

12/9/2016Yes
  

​​​​The new 2016 GSS data set is now available as part of the cumulative data file (1972-2016). The data files can be downloaded at the Get Data page. For the new Key Trends, highlighting 2016 findings, click here​.​

3/29/2017Yes
  

The 2017 GSS Newsletter is now available. Read it here

7/25/2017Yes