Award - to the Marist, Quinnipiac and Survey USA polling organizations for their relentless campaign portrayal of an easy re-election campaign for New York City's Mayor Michael R.
What does SUSA stand for?
SUSA stands for Survey USA (polling company)
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We have 12 other meanings of SUSA in our Acronym Attic
- Sustain (piano)
- Sydney University Sport (Australia)
- System Usability Score (user interface scale)
- Suspected Duplicate
- Scottish Universities Sailing Association (UK)
- Seventh United States Army
- Shooting Sports USA (National Rifle Association of America magazine)
- Slovenian University Sports Association (Slovenia)
- Stirling University Students' Association
- Stirling University Students' Association (UK)
- Sheffield University Sub-Aqua Club (UK)
- Southampton University Sub-Aqua Club (SCUBA diving club)
- Situation Unchanged - Still All Fouled Up (polite form)
- Smallest Univalue Segment Assimilating Nucleus
- Smart Ultrasonic System for Aircraft NDE
- Sub Saharan African Network
- Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (International Sanitation Year, United Nations)
- State Urban Search and Rescue Alliance
- Suspected Unexpected Serious Adverse Reaction
- Speech Under Simulated and Actual Stress (Robust Speech Processing Laboratory; University of Colorado-Boulder)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Buffalo Bean cites a Survey USA poll showing Republican congressional candidate Chris Lee leading Democrat Alice Kryzan 48-34 (with 18 percent undecided).
Fierce combat is raging in far western Oregon, where Republican Gordon Smith is trying to turn back the Democratic tide but was down five points in a Survey USA poll last week.
Jeffords -- (I-VT) 65% 28% Not Running for Re-Election Source: Survey USA as of 1/26/2006 [GRAPHIC OMITTED] [GRAPHIC OMITTED]
A poll last month by the Public Policy Institute of California found that only 26 percent of likely voters support the measure, although a more recent poll by Survey USA found the measure supported by 58 percent.
If you assume Survey USA used live interviewers to make the telephone calls--a natural inference since that is the accepted approach for the major survey research operations--you would be wrong.
The survey, conducted by Survey USA for WHAS and The Courier Journal, shows Dr.
17 poll by Survey USA and WBZ-TV found that 65 percent of residents disapproved of Romney's performance, a figure that dropped to 59 percent a month later in Romney's waning days in office.