(POLITICO) — Gallup will not conduct its daily tracking survey for the second night in a row as a result of superstorm Sandy, the polling firm announced Tuesday.
“Gallup will not conduct daily tracking surveys for a second night, Tuesday, Oct. 30, due to the ongoing effects of superstorm Sandy and will continue to reassess the situation on a day-to-day basis,” read a statement from the organization. “Gallup will provide an update on Wednesday about plans from that point forward.”
Gallup editor-in-chief Frank Newport issued a statement on Monday saying that the firm’s ability to conduct polling over the next several days will depend, in part, on the outcome of Sandy.
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