Definition of pollster in English:

pollster

Syllabification: poll·ster
Pronunciation: /ˈpōlstər
 
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noun

A person who conducts or analyzes opinion polls.
More example sentences
  • The results startled even the pollsters who conducted and analyzed the surveys.
  • Then the pollsters started conducting scientific polls of the general population.
  • Re-evaluate your budget priorities if over half of your polling is to be conducted by a pollster that is not hired by the campaign.

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