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pollster

noun as in polltaker

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By last month, that percentage had been cut nearly in half, to only 18 percent — the lowest of the seven metrics the pollsters measured.

The Preference Survey mirrors a typical political poll, with Miller as the pollster.

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They also assess why many pollsters are sitting out the Georgia Senate runoffs and take some time to answer listener questions.

Other pollsters haven't seen that, though all of them find a majority of Republicans agreeing with the president.

Murray, the founding director of Monmouth University’s Polling Institute, ran into many of the same challenges in the Midwest and Florida that other pollsters did.

“It takes a lot of Democrats to elect a Republican in one of these places,” said John McLaughlin, a Republican pollster.

“What you worry about in a race like this is voters not voting,” says Republican pollster Neil Newhouse.

“I would advise any candidate to assess their viability and not just do a token run,” said Celinda Lake, a Democratic pollster.

“Voters in Kansas are searching for an alternative to both parties,” says Orman pollster David Beattie.

As pollster John Zogby has written, the president has already alienated many young voters for a number of reasons.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pollster, such as: canvasser, sampler, market researcher, public opinion gatherer, and survey taker.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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