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Gallup can refer to:
- Gallup (company), a firm founded by George Gallup, well known for its opinion poll
- Gallup International Association, a group of polling organizations registered in Zurich, Switzerland
- Gallup, New Mexico, city in New Mexico, United States
- Albert Gallup (1796–1851), New York State politician
- Alec Gallup (1928–2009), pollster, son of George Gallup
- Annie Gallup, an American folk singer/songwriter
- Barry Gallup, American football coach in the 1990s
- Cliff Gallup (1930–1988), guitarist in Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps
- David Gallup (1808–1882), Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut
- Elizabeth Wells Gallup (1848–1934), American educator and scholar, claimed Bacon wrote Shakespeare's plays
- George Gallup (1901–1984), American pollster, founder of Gallup Organization
- Gordon G. Gallup (born 1941), American psychologist, used mirrors to test for self-awareness in animals and young humans
- Harvey A. Gallup (1869–1946), Massachusetts State Senator
- John Luke Gallup (born 1962), American economist
- Simon Gallup (born 1960), British bass guitarist
- USS Gallup, various ships of the US Navy
- Gallup Glacier in Antarctica
- Gallup Talons, an American Basketball Association Team located in Gallup, NM.
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