polltaker

polltaker

(ˈpəʊlˌteɪkə)
n
a US name for pollster
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There won't be any appropriate box for the polltaker to check, will there?
* It is difficult to account for study participants who respond to questions with answers that they believe the polltaker wants to hear, and not necessarily what the participants themselves believe.
16 to hand in their ballots to the Danish office of polltaker Gallup, which will count the results and announce the 20 winning channels Sept.
Suppose a naive polltaker questioned only people who live in Beverly Hills, California, and used the data to draw conclusions about the entire U.S.
The very way a polltaker frames a question largely shapes the answer.(20) Maybe the public associates lawyers with trouble -- with divorces, drunk driving tickets, and other hassles.
John Zogby, the polltaker, asked, "What should we make of this?"
Both the German Marshall Fund and the Iran Times searched for other polls on the theory that PressTV may have cited the wrong polltaker, but neither search turned up any poll with the results cited by PressTV.
That is double what the same polltaker found last year.
Only 38 percent of the public, the polltakers say, give President Trump credit for the good news, and 50 percent say the credit should go to the man who left the economy adrift when he left the White House."
When Bradley ended up losing, there was speculation that some voters didn't want to admit to polltakers that they wouldn't support a black candidate.
The polltakers were concerned that the people they reached might think the phone caller was from a regime security agency and that they would therefore only give the official line in order to keep out of trouble.
They could surprise polltakers and boost their record 2008 turnout.