Examples of pollster in a Sentence
he wouldn't tell the exit pollster whom he'd voted for
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But after an initial, post-election bump, Trump has been dropping in approval by about 1 percentage point a month, according to pollster and political scientist Charles Franklin of the Marquette Law School.
Finkelstein, who died last Friday at the age of 72, was one of the world’s most successful pollsters and political consultants.
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.
Democratic pollster Stanley Greenberg recently interviewed white working-class Obama voters who’d turned to Trump and found that news of the president’s Wall Street advisers was the fact most likely to shake their faith in his administration.
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