List of polling organizations

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This is a list of polling organizations by country.

In Australia the most notable companies are:

In Colombia the most notable companies are:

In Brazil the most notable companies are:

  • IBOPE (Instituto Brasileiro de Opinião Pública e Estatística) which acronym has become the Brazilian household word for TV audience rating and a slang word that indicates that a meeting or similar function had significant attendance.
  • Datafolha

In Canada the most notable companies are:

In Denmark the most notable companies are:

In Egypt, the most notable polling organization is

  • Opinion Poll Center[1]
  • The Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research (Baseera) [2]

In France, the most notable polling organization are:

  • TNS Sofres
  • Ipsos
  • Harris Interactive
  • BVA
  • Ifop
  • OpinionWay
  • ViaVoice
  • CSA
  • LH2

In Germany, notable polling organizations are

In Jordan the dominant organization is:

  • Knowledge World Center for Polls

In India,the most notable polling organization is:

In Iran, some notable polling organisations include:

In Ireland, some notable polling organisations include:

In New Zealand, some notable polling organisations include:

In Nigeria the most notable polling organisation is:

In the Philippines the most notable pollsters are:

In South Africa, some notable polling organisations include:

In Ukraine, the most notable pollsters are:

  • Research & Branding Group, widely published throughout Ukraine and Internationally. Works include exit polls and regular surveys of the public's political opinions[4][5]
  • Razumkov Centre A policy think tank also widely published throughout Ukraine[6]
  • SOCIS (Socis center for social and political studies) [7]

In the United Kingdom, the most notable pollsters are:

George Gallup, pioneer of survey sampling techniques

In the United States, some notable companies include:

In Spain:

All the major television networks, alone or in conjunction with the largest newspapers or magazines, in virtually every country with elections, operate their own versions of polling operations, in collaboration or independently through various applications. One of the applications can be found on Facebook [8]

Several organizations try to monitor the behavior of polling firms and the use of polling and statistical data, including the Pew Research Center and, in Canada, the Laurier Institute for the Study of Public Opinion and Policy.[9]

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