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Allan Gregg

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Allan Gregg is a Canadian pollster, political advisor, television interviewer and pundit. Early life Gregg was born in Edmonton, Alberta. He was the eldest child in his family which consisted of four boys and one girl. Gregg graduated from Harry Ainlay High School at the second top of his class with honors. Gregg then went on to study political science at the University of Alberta and Carleton University in Ottawa. He briefly served as a lecturer while working on his PhD, but abandoned his studies due to the birth of his first child in 1975. Tory strategist Gregg has long been involved in Canadian politics, but decided to travel south of the border to work with Republican Party pollster Richard Wirthlin, and learned much from him. He then returned to Canada in the late 1970s. He first came to national attention as the national campaign secretary of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada successful effort in the 1979 federal election. Soon after that campaig
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