Scott Rasmussen Departs Rasmussen Reports

Thursday, 22 Aug 2013 06:04 PM

By Todd Beamon

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Scott Rasmussen has parted ways with Rasmussen Reports, the public polling and media company he founded in 2003, over "disagreements" in business strategy, the company's board confirmed on Thursday.

Mike Boniello, the company's CEO, will take over for Rasmussen until a replacement is found.

Rasmussen, a Newsmax contributor, left the company last month.

"Mr. Rasmussen's legacy remains intact," the company, based in Asbury Park, N.J., said in the statement. "His polling methodologies and protocols, widely acknowledged as among the most accurate and reliable in the industry, continue to guide and inform the company’s public opinion survey techniques.

"In addition, the editorial culture of excellence that he built is still very much in place."


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