Examples of pollster in a Sentence
he wouldn't tell the exit pollster whom he'd voted for
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While Duterte had previously been able to count on massive popular support for his tough stance on drugs, his net satisfaction rating fell in September to 48, compared to 66 in June, according to Philippine pollster Social Weather Stations.
But 63 percent of Republican voters told the pollster that deficit reduction should take precedence over tax cuts for corporations — and 75 percent said that combating the debt should take priority over cuts that benefit the wealthy.
His approval rating is 77%, according to Cedatos, a pollster.
But Andrew Cooper, a pollster who worked in the Cameron government and was an early promoter of its modernization efforts, says that Osborne’s masochism was deliberate.
For instance, Wasserman Schultz kept two consulting firms — SKDKnickerbocker and Precision Strategies — each on $25,000-a-month retainers, and one of Obama's pollsters was still being paid $180,000 a year.
Inevitably, these episodes set off a stampede of opportunistic politicians, pollsters, and policy wonks rushing to co-opt the phenomenon and use it to advance some ideological agenda.
Democrats need to be mindful not just of white working-class voters but all voters, said Cornell Belcher, who worked as one of President Barack Obama’s pollsters during his 2008 presidential campaign.
Surveys by the Generalitat’s own pollster show that support for independence, while double that in 2008, has never amounted to a majority and is drifting gently down (see chart 1).
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