- Either psephology + -ist or pseph- + -o- + -logist. (Wiktionary)
“In an election now, the leading psephologist Professor John Curtice reckons Labour could win outright.”
“If an election were held now, a leading psephologist believes Miliband's party would win outright.”
“Yogendra Yadav, a well-known psephologist breaks some of the myths in this article published by the BBC.”
“Not the usual sort of criticisms we expect from a statistician and psephologist.”
“To the amateur psephologist who is bemoaning Hillary's real electoral advantage: 56% of W. Virginian's are Democrats.”
“I recently learned that I am a psephologist which until then I thought was something that carried a 20 year maximum jail term.”
“Personally, I just want to find out what psephologist means ...!”
“It's not unreasonable for a sharp-eyed psephologist to have foreseen that Andrew Wilson had pushed that constituency as hard as the SNP could have hoped for in 2003 so the swing was always going to go in Labour's direction in 2007, despite Jamie Hepburn's best efforts.”
“But as always, the Indian voter may surprise the cautious certitude of the psephologist and the less restrained TV anchor.”
“Now I'm no psephologist (far from it), but this seems a dramatic shift, even taking into account Obama's voter registration drive.”
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