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ˈpoʊl stərpoll·ster

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. pollster, poll taker, headcounter, canvassernoun

    someone who conducts surveys of public opinion

    "a pollster conducts public opinion polls"; "a headcounter counts heads"

Wiktionary

  1. pollsternoun

    A professional whose primary job is conducting pre-election polls.

    Etymology: Derived from .

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of pollster in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of pollster in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of pollster in a Sentence

  1. Rodell Mollineau:

    Trump is turning off more voters than he’s bringing in, his base is strong, but it isn’t growing. During his first year in office, Trump has consistently played to a base of passionate supporters, many of them older white men who live in rural areas declining in population, and has shown little inclination to reach out to the majority of voters who disapprove of him. Whit Ayres, a Republican pollster based in Virginia, said the party was on a risky track. Republicans have traded fast-growing upscale suburban counties for slow-growing or declining rural areas. That is not a formula for long-term success.

  2. Alan Dershowitz:

    Lets consider a hypothetical, lets assume that President Obama had been told by President Obama advisors that it really is important to send lethal weapons to the Ukraine. But then President Obama gets a call from President Obama pollster and President Obama political adviser, who says we know its in the national interest to send lethal weapons to the Ukraine, but were telling you that the left-wing of your party is really going to give you a hard time if you start selling lethal weaponsand potentially get into a lethal war with Russia. Would anybody here suggest that is impeachable ?

  3. Matt Schlapp:

    But the summer vacation itinerary that closely resembles a Super-Tuesday swing is n’t the only reason political watchers think the social network pioneer may try his hand at politics. Mark Zuckerberg also recently hired former Clinton pollster Joel Benenson to work at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, a charitable foundation the CEO runs with his wife, which already has former Obama campaign guru David Plouffe on the payroll. You don’t tend to hire pollsters unless you want to know what people are thinking, so my guess is the pollster is helping him understand the American people.

  4. Alan Dershowitz:

    Lets consider a hypothetical, lets assume that President Obama had been told by his advisors that it really is important to send lethal weapons to the Ukraine. But then he gets a call from his pollster and his political adviser, who says we know its in the national interest to send lethal weapons to the Ukraine, but were telling you that the left-wing of your party is really going to give you a hard time if you start selling lethal weaponsand potentially get into a lethal war with Russia. Would anybody here suggest that is impeachable?

  5. The Russian nuclear physicist:

    It's my dream, i think the two countries can be allies, because together, we can do many things. Stepping on each other's toes won't be good for anyone. Edward Lozansky pointed to the support provided by Russia after 9/11, when Moscow helped facilitate transit of material for U.S. forces in Afghanistan, as an example of Russian cooperation. As the political relationship between America and Russia now founders, Lozansky, still Edward Lozansky, works behind the scenes, organizing scientific and cultural exchanges between the two countries. Meanwhile, people in Moscow say anti-Americanism is at an all-time high, worse even than it was back in Soviet days. A recent poll by the Levada Center in Moscow, which is as close as there is to an independent pollster, found 70 percent of Russians have a negative view of United States. It looks like anti-Americanism is a newly found synonym for Russian patriotism.

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