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Gallup Poll

a sampling by the American Institute of Public Opinion or its British counterpart of the views of a representative cross section of the population, used esp as a means of forecasting voting

Gallup poll

See GALLUP.

Gallup Poll

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A 1980 Gallup Poll revealed that 71 percent of Americans believe in an afterlife. A 2001 Gallup Poll showed that 38 percent believe it is possible to make contact with the dead; 54 percent believe in the effectiveness of spiritual healing; 42 percent believe in ghosts and hauntings.

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Other key findings of the Gallup survey include the following:
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has become one of 27 companies to win the 2012 Gallup Great Workplace Award after 70,000 of the hotel chain's employees completed the annual Gallup survey.
Gallup surveys find many Egyptians struggling to afford food and more of them finding it difficult to get by.
Obama's high approval rating in the Gallup survey echoes the results of other recent polls.
Along with the Gallup survey results, the Every Single Vote Counts campaign consists of online and offline communications programs that encourage singles to vote and giving them resources to register in their local communities.
Some 59% in a Gallup survey maintain the war in Iraq is a mistake; 60% indicate that the U.
Mel Gibson scored 15 per cent in the Gallup survey in trade magazine Editor and Publisher.
Bibby noted that a Gallup survey conducted in 2005 found that 43 per cent had been to a service in the past six months, excluding attendance at weddings, funerals or special holidays.
In August of 1991, he commissioned a Gallup survey to test the idea.
Lahore -- Pakistan Muslim League (PML) spokesman has said that the Gallup survey regarding the govt performance merely "gup survey", in nine months the Federal Government was not able to make headway on any national, people's problem.
3 /PRNewswire/ -- According to results of a new Gallup survey released today by the International Longevity Center-USA (ILC), almost half (46 percent) of older adults receive fewer than seven hours of sleep each night, and a quarter (25 percent) believe they have a "sleep problem.