Margie Omero

The Pollsters / PSB Research

Guest/Host

Margie Omero is a Democratic pollster with The Pollsters and an executive vice president at PSB Research. A founder of Momentum Analysis, a Democratic public opinion research firm, she is a former managing director of Purple Strategies.

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