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Crossley, Archibald (1896–1985)

ARCHIBALD CROSSLEY WAS a public opinion analyst who, with Elmo Roper and George Gallup, pioneered public opinion polling techniques. In 1936, Crossley correctly predicted the victory of the incumbent president, Franklin Roosevelt, in the presidential election, but 12 years later ...

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