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Mark Blumenthal    

Senior Polling Editor at The Huffington Post

Mark Blumenthal is the senior polling editor of the Huffington Post and the founding editor of The Huffington Post acquired in July 2010, but its mission as HuffPost Pollster remains the same: To publish and aggregate poll results in uniquely interactive charts and to provide daily running commentary and analysis that explains, demystifies and critiques political polling. From 2006 to 2010, attracted over 28 millions visits and over 90 million page views. Time named one of the 50 Best Websites for 2009, a list that also included Google, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. was partly an outgrowth of Blumenthal's Mystery Pollster blog, which he started in September 2004. In May of 2007, along with co-creator Charles Franklin, Mark received the Warren J. Mitofsky Innovators Award for from the American Association for Public Opinion Research. In 2005, the National Council on Public Polls awarded Mark and the MysteryPollster blog a special citation for its work explaining polls to the Internet reader. From 2008 to 2010, Mark also served as polling analyst for The National Journal, where he wrote a weekly column for Mark worked as a political campaign pollster for more than 20 years, conducting and analyzing pre-election surveys and focus groups for Democratic candidates and market research surveys for major corporations.

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