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Polling Review Board (PRB)

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The Polling Review Board (PRB) is part of the National Council on Public Polls (NCPP), an association comprised of survey organizations from academia, the media, market research, and the news, among other industries. The Polling Review Board supports the NCPP's mission by monitoring the conduct and reporting of polls by member and nonmember organizations. Established in 1969, the NCPP has undertaken to set professional standards on polling and to educate the media, politicians, and the general public on polling, reporting poll results, and the interpretation of reported polls. The NCPP publishes principles of survey disclosures and maintains a Speaker's Bureau and an interactive Web site.

The Polling Review Board publishes reports, available on the NCPP's Web site, that distinguish different types of polls and clarify issues ...

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