Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of poller.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Granted, the pollers acknowledge the low rate, and say it's on par with other recent surveys, but that doesn't mean anything really.

    Discourse.net: Doctors Support the Public Option

  • More than two-thirds of voters in South Carolina told pollers they consider themselves evangelical Christians, and similar shares called themselves conservative in ideology, and supportive of the tea-party movement.

    Gingrich Won on Electability: Exit Polls

  • Most of the time, of course, self-identified ideology is simply incorrect and people will often act in ways that are antithetical to their stated beliefs (which permits pollers to find that half the country is wary of evolution, for example, as they sign up for their next flu shot).

    Pareto-Ideologies

  • Candidates should let other people say that; serious candidates should let voters say it to exit pollers.

    The Comeback Kid of 2012

  • In this political battle, Kirby employed a time-honored tactic of push pollers and ward politicians: He used an ominoussounding claim—“Curiously, the first case of autism was not recorded until the early 1940s, a few years after thimerosal was introduced in vaccines”—to make his accusation sound as if it was idle speculation.

    The Panic Virus

  • Maybe the pollers should ask the people who are responding if they are employed or unemployed.

    Poll: Obama drops on health care

  • And I just bet these pollers are republicans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    CNN Poll: President's approval on health care under 50 percent

  • In this political battle, Kirby employed a time-honored tactic of push pollers and ward politicians: He used an ominoussounding claim—“Curiously, the first case of autism was not recorded until the early 1940s, a few years after thimerosal was introduced in vaccines”—to make his accusation sound as if it was idle speculation.

    The Panic Virus

  • Ummm no ... but I guess it keeps pollers & journalists employed.

    Poll: Majority don't approve of Palin

  • In this political battle, Kirby employed a time-honored tactic of push pollers and ward politicians: He used an ominoussounding claim—“Curiously, the first case of autism was not recorded until the early 1940s, a few years after thimerosal was introduced in vaccines”—to make his accusation sound as if it was idle speculation.

    The Panic Virus

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