(Bloomberg) -- Louis Harris, the U.S. pollster whose political insights helped steer John F. Kennedy’s successful bid for the presidency in 1960 and hundreds of other Democratic campaigns for public office, has died. He was 95.
He died Dec. 17 at his home in Key West, Florida, the New York Times reported, citing his grandson, Zachary Louis Harris.
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