Examples of pollster in a Sentence
he wouldn't tell the exit pollster whom he'd voted for
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Keep those pollsters pollin’: A poll due out today by Florida Atlantic University shows President Donald Trump has 41 percent approval in Florida, 43 percent disapproval.
The party struggled to pick up many votes from anyone bar the old, points out Matt Singh, a pollster who crunched the numbers from the same set of data.
Oddly enough, Binder was the same pollster who did a survey a few days earlier for the Chamber of Commerce that showed Breed way ahead.
Others did not reveal to pollsters their true voting intentions.
Working against Tulane that season was a schedule that included zero nationally ranked teams, which prevented pollsters from seriously considering Tulane a national title contender.
The panel will be Democratic pollster Cornell Belcher, David Brooks of The New York Times, Hallie Jackson of NBC News and Peggy Noonan of The Wall Street Journal.
Zac McCrary, a Democratic pollster based in Montgomery, followed up with an analysis of the election and noted that the enormous black support for Jones made the difference.
While many are quick to dismiss the idea as wishful thinking, pollsters are taking note.
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