At that time the best option for finding out what the "people's choices" were was to run a Gallup Poll.
frames in Among these may be named the American, Adair, the U.S.A. Danzenbaker, Gallup, Heddon, Langstroth and Quinby.
Three of these, the American, Adair and Gallup, may be termed square frames, the others being oblong, but the latter shape appears to possess the most all-round advantages to the modern bee-keeper.
A 1989 Gallup poll seemed to show strong support of the use of animals in biomedical research.
One Gallup poll at the time said more people knew about the trial than knew the full name of the president.
It was the third time the winners of these pop culture awards were decided by online voters instead of a Gallup poll.
Gallup ran a survey in all the different categories to decide the favorites of the public.
In 2005 the Gallup Pool was eliminated and online voting was implemented in its place.
In January 1970, four teens in Gallup, New Mexico reported an encounter with a werewolf along the side of the road.
Gallup reports that average budget for 2010 was $715 per person for Christmas gifts, decorations, and entertainment.
The Cure's most reliable founding members are lead singer Robert Smith and bassist Simon Gallup.
'Amazing Things', which achieved the highest ever chart position for the band of Number 2 on the Gallup Charts.
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