Louis Harris, Pollster at Forefront of American Trends, Dies at 95

Louis Harris, the nation’s best-known 20th-century pollster, who refined interpretive polling methods and took the pulse of voters and consumers through four decades of elections, wars, racial troubles and cultural revolutions that ran from tail fins to the internet, died on Saturday at his home in Key West, Fla. He was 95. CONT.

Robert D. McFadden, New York Times