MIPO

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MIPOMarist Institute for Public Opinion (survey research; Marist College; Poughkeepsie, New York)
MIPOMajor Infrastructure Project Office (Brisbane City Council's major projects division, Australia)
MIPOMixed Integer Programming Optimizer (computing)
MIPOMinimally Invasive Percutaneous Plate Osteosynthesis (fracture treatment)
MIPOMediterranean Investment Project Observatory
MIPOMotion Imagery Program Office (US National Imagery and Mapping Agency)
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"People clearly want to see more about the report," said Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, which conducted the poll for NPR and PBS, adding, "They want it released publicly, are eager to see the principals -- Mueller and Barr -- testify, because they want to see how the sausage was made.
It is true that a January 17 Marist Institute for Public Opinion poll taken for National Public Radio (hardly a bastion of conservative politics) indicated a strong surge in approval for Trump among America's Hispanic voters.
Miringoff, director, Marist Institute for Public Opinion at Marist College which conducts the Marist Poll:
Coming in second in the annual survey by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion was "like" (22 percent), followed by "you know" (18 percent), "just sayin'" (14 percent), and "obviously" (6 percent).
Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, says the Marist Poll is first and foremost an educational resource for students, but that it has the added benefit of having a newsworthy component.
A survey conducted by Marist Institute for Public Opinion in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., found that nearly half of all Americans say they're at least somewhat likely to make a New Year's resolution.
The latest poll from the Marist Institute for Public Opinion showed 51 percent of registered voters would rather have Spitzer in the governor's mansion right now.
Polls taken by the Pew Research Center, the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, ABC/Washington Post, and RAND within six months of the attacks all showed declines in problems such as sleeplessness, trouble concentrating, and intense worry about future attacks.
July 15: "Hillary Clinton's candidacy for the Senate died yesterday when the Marist Institute for Public Opinion released its latest poll....
Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, told NPR that this could spell trouble for Republicans as they seek to keep control of the House.
The Marist Institute for Public Opinion, a nationally-recognized public opinion poll housed at the college, has a new home in the center.