pollster

noun poll·ster \ ˈpōl-stər \
Updated on: 10 Dec 2017

Definition of pollster

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

Examples of pollster in a Sentence

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

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First Known Use of pollster

1939


POLLSTER Defined for English Language Learners

pollster

noun

Definition of pollster for English Language Learners

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



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