Definition of pollster
: one that conducts a poll or compiles data obtained by a poll
Examples of pollster in a Sentence
he wouldn't tell the exit pollster whom he'd voted for
Recent Examples of pollster from the Web
Cantrell has brought on strategist Bill Rouselle, pollster Silas Lee and veteran political consultants Karen Carvin Schachat and Deno Seder.
Academics studying political participation, campaign techniques and voter suppression request files from states, and some pollsters base their samples on voter history or partisan registration information contained in voter files.
That contradicts, not surprisingly, the results that pollster Verne Kennedy reached for a New Orleans businessman backing Torres.
She has been considered by Danish media and pollsters as the most powerful person in their government.
ANO would win 34 percent of the vote if ballots were cast in June, up from 33 percent in May, according to a survey by CVVM pollster published on Monday.
That’s one reason why pollster D.J. Wilson, a political consultant whose media company recently took over and relaunched Washington State Wire, said the results should be approached with caution.
Mark Rountree, a Republican pollster who lives in the district, said the close race is a fluke.
CBS is far from the only pollster to detect a decline in Trump’s base of support since the Russia story began dominating the headlines in the wake of Comey’s firing.
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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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