Definition of 'pollster'
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I'll bet you were a hell of a lot less surprised than the opinion pollsters. The Sun (2016)The real losers of the presidential election were, once again, the opinion pollsters. The Sun (2016)This would mean the pollsters were asking the right question to the wrong people. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In 2004 exit pollsters asked voters how they would identify their politics. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Until the moment the polls closed, the pollsters predicted no outright winner. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We preferred to rejoice at the high turnout, which pollsters had wrongly predicted would be much lower. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Our pollsters also asked voters to ignore how much they liked the three party leaders and say if they understood what the men stood for. The Sun (2010)The pollster last week asked me how I intended to vote. Times, Sunday Times (2014)During the election I was called by a pollster who asked what local issue most concerned me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The pollsters also asked voters which party leader had the best Week Two of the campaign. The Sun (2010)The other thing - and this may seem odd - was an enhanced respect for opinion pollsters. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If he can push turnout in these districts higher than the pollsters have predicted, he can still cause an upset and take Ohio. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'pollster'
British English: pollster NOUN
A pollster is a person or organization who asks large numbers of people questions to find out their opinions on particular subjects.
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