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Gal·lup

 (găl′əp), George Horace 1901-1984.
American public-opinion analyst. Through his techniques of polling the public, he accurately predicted the outcome of the 1936 presidential election. Gallup polls have been used regularly ever since.

Gallup

(ˈɡæləp)
n
(Biography) George Horace. 1901–84, US statistician: devised the Gallup Poll; founded the American Institute of Public Opinion (1935) and its British counterpart (1936)

Gal•lup

(ˈgæl əp)

n.
George Horace, 1901–84, U.S. statistician.
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