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Adam Geller is the founder and CEO of the Republican polling firm, National Research Inc. In 2013, he marks his 20th year in the polling profession.

Adam is perhaps best known as the pollster for New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

In the 2012 campaign cycle, Adam’s firm was cited by political blogger Nate Silver of the influential “538 political blog” as being the most accurate Republican campaign pollster of the cycle – by far. National Research conducted extensive survey research and focus groups for a wide array of Republican candidates, Super PACS and campaign committees.

In 2010, Adam's polling and consulting were key components in the Republican party's historic takeover of the House of Representatives in 2010.

In addition to his political work, Adam conducts survey research and consulting for major corporations and firms in the energy, financial, telecommunications, gaming, construction and retail sectors.

National Research comprises one half of the bipartisan polling team (the other half is Democratic polling firm Global Strategy Group) that conducts The Philadelphia Inquirer poll.

For a full list of clients, click here.

Adam is a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel, and served as an on-air election night panelist for Fox News Channel's groundbreaking 2010 election night coverage.

Adam began his polling career in 1993, where one of his first major campaigns was George Allen's victory over Mary Sue Terry in the 1993 Virginia Gubernatorial campaign. He continued to poll for dozens of congressional and statewide campaigns that helped secure the large Republican congressional "tsunami" of the 1994 cycle.

Adam received his B.A. in political science from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, in 1988, and his M.A. in political science from the University of Delaware in 1993.