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pollster

noun poll·ster \ˈpōl-stər\

: someone who makes questions for a poll, asks questions in a poll, or collects and presents results from a poll

Full Definition of POLLSTER

:  one that conducts a poll or compiles data obtained by a poll

Examples of POLLSTER

  1. <he wouldn't tell the exit pollster whom he'd voted for>

First Known Use of POLLSTER

1939

Rhymes with POLLSTER

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