- we hunt the dead

George Gallup
November 18, 1901 – July 26, 1984
Princeton Cemetery - Princeton, NJ

  George Gallup was a statistitian and the inventor of the Gallup Poll, an opinion poll often used by media to express the will of the American people.

Princeton Cemetery provides maps to its visitors which clearly mark all notable graves within its walls, so this one should be easy to find.

And don't miss all the other interesting people buried in Princeton Cemetery!


Factoid: Gallup's famous poll was infamously incorrect in the 1948 Presidental election when it predicted that Thomas Dewey instead of Harry S. Truman would win.


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