Bernard Whitman

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Bernard Whitman is a Democratic Party political pollster and strategist in the United States. He makes regular appearances on Fox News,[1] and has appeared as a commentator and strategist on CNN, MSNBC and CNBC.[2]

He is the author of 52 Reasons To Vote For Obama and has been a pollster to political candidates such as Bill Clinton[3] and Michael Bloomberg,[4] as well as international clients.[5][6]

Bernard's commentary and opinions on current political topics have been covered by national media outlets, and he regularly appears on Fox News to debate conservative commentators.[7] A married gay man, he is a strong supporter of marriage equality and has written opinion columns[8] and appeared on major news networks to advocate his position.[9]

Whitman is the President and founder of Whitman Insight Strategies, a strategic consulting firm that conducts polls and market research to advise corporations, political leaders, and issue-advocacy organizations.[10]

He is an alumnus of Brown University, and served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Senegal, West Africa.[10]

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