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In Brief: IRI to hold seminar on how polls work

In Brief: IRI to hold seminar on how polls work

The

International Republican Institute of Cambodia is today holding a

seminar aimed at improving understanding of their polling techniques.

The seminar will outline how IRI polls work, why they are effective and

how they are used by the country's political parties. IRI polls are

used in Cambodia to measure national sentiment and ensure that

government responds to the peoples' needs. The latest polling data will

be released February 16.

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