Examples of pollster in a Sentence
he wouldn't tell the exit pollster whom he'd voted for
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Trippi and Maslin served as media strategist and pollster, respectively, for the Jones for Senate campaign.
The pollsters questioned 2,000 people and had a margin of error of 2.19%.
But support fell to 43% when the pollsters explained what a two-state solution might look like.
In the national group's survey last year, the pollster avoided asking voters about their opinions on global warming.
Facing a special election in Alabama that has been among the most bizarre in recent memory, everyone from pundits to pollsters has thrown up their hands about who will win.
To see how much, the pollsters at SurveyMonkey ran an experiment last week.
But our leaders, applying solid data and analysis, rather than pandering to the pollsters and perceived political benefit, can pencil it out.
But because of expensive traditional polling, the pollsters were limited to asking a single question of overall support.
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