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Some useful datasets for political science research include:
American National Election Studies (ANES): https://electionstudies.org
General Social Survey (GSS): https://gss.norc.org
Cooperative Election Study (CES): https://cces.gov.harvard.edu
Supreme Court Database: http://supremecourtdatabase.org
VOTER Study Group: https://www.voterstudygroup.org
Comparative Agendas Project: https://www.comparativeagendas.net
VoteView (DW Nominate): https://voteview.com
Collaborative Multiracial Post-Election Survey: https://cmpsurvey.org
National Asian American Survey: http://naasurvey.com
Database on Ideology, Money in Politics, and Elections (DIME): https://data.stanford.edu/dime
Find even more datasets from the Dataset of Political Science Datasets by Dr. Joseph Coll here: https://www.josephcoll.com/dataset-of-political-science-datasets.html