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  • noun Plural form of pollee.

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Examples

  • If these pollsters are typically getting in the low 40's for their response rate, it could EASILY mean that a significant number of pollees chose not to given their efforts the time of day (but it does not mean the missing 58% must feel the same way in the same proportion).

    Discourse.net: Doctors Support the Public Option

  • That is why Obama won in Iowa the way he did, and that is why the pollsters and probably the pollees in NH got little crazy.

    What A Night! Interpreting the New Hampshire Primary - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • To be fair the poll also revealed that the pollees wish Congress to be Democratically controlled after the next elections (although a large percentage (17%) is undecided).

    Think Progress » “Almost 60 percent of voters

  • Are they paying no heed at all to what pollees say is on their minds?

    Firedoglake » Hypocrisy, Much?

  • One friend amuses herself by telling the pollees that giving opinions is against her religion.

    For The Record

  • The mistake of the Democrats has been to listen to the poll following consultants who try to second guess the polls without really looking at what motivates the answers of the pollees.

    Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!

  • Instead, the poll seems designed to make people think these are potential issues to the GOP, drumming up a little bit of fear--fear that the Republicans will move left, but more importantly, fear that the things that the Democrats would implement the policies that the pollees clearly oppose.

    May 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Instead, the poll seems designed to make people think these are potential issues to the GOP, drumming up a little bit of fear--fear that the Republicans will move left, but more importantly, fear that the things that the Democrats would implement the policies that the pollees clearly oppose.

    May 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Instead, the poll seems designed to make people think these are potential issues to the GOP, drumming up a little bit of fear--fear that the Republicans will move left, but more importantly, fear that the things that the Democrats would implement the policies that the pollees clearly oppose.

    June 2003 ~ Angry Bear

  • Instead, the poll seems designed to make people think these are potential issues to the GOP, drumming up a little bit of fear--fear that the Republicans will move left, but more importantly, fear that the things that the Democrats would implement the policies that the pollees clearly oppose.

    June 2003 ~ Angry Bear

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