The Phillips Academy Poll, also informally known as Andover Poll, conducts surveys of voters across America and rigorously analyzes the data in order to present a clearer picture of the status of these races. The surveys are primarily conducted over the phone and through text messages, and the data is weighted so it more accurately reflects the views of the electorate.

The Phillips Academy Poll’s mission is to provide accurate, independent, and non-partisan data and analysis regarding voter sentiment relating to key elections.

Phillips Academy polls have been covered extensively, including by Fox News, Politico, Newsweek, NPR stations, ABC News poll aggregator FiveThirtyEight, local newspapers, television stations, party committees, and commentary outlets across the political spectrum from Townhall to Crooks and Liars.

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Based at Phillips Academy Andover

The Phillips Academy Poll is based at Phillips Academy Andover and is run by Phillips Academy faculty and students.

Founded in 1778, Phillips Academy Andover is the #1-ranked institution of secondary education in the United States. Phillips Academy is known for its world-class mathematics and statistics department as well as for sending many alumni—including George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Jeb Bush, John F. Kennedy Jr., Congresswoman Katie Porter, Congressman Seth Moulton, and countless others—to the upper echelons of American politics.

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