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Synonyms for poll

Synonyms for poll

the uppermost part of the body

Synonyms for poll

an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people

the top of the head

the part of the head between the ears

a tame parrot

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the counting of votes (as in an election)

get the opinions (of people) by asking specific questions

vote in an election at a polling station

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get the votes of

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convert into a pollard

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id=43364234&mc_cid=3db3f85085&mc_eid=9430bf74bd) ABC News/Washington Post poll showed a 4-point Clinton lead even with Johnson and Stein in the running while (http://www.
But Trump isn't alone in recruiting poll watchers this year.
Such practice, which for all practical purposes mean publication of exit polls while claiming that the same is only an opinion poll, the EC said in its communication to heads of all media organisations.
Biannual polls for the local university (the Jamaica Leadership and Governance polls sponsored by the Centre for Leadership and Governance at the University of the West Indies).
The Registrar-Recorder's Office has already recruited about 20,000 poll workers but still needs to recruit another 1,000 to 5,000 in the next month.
For the final wrap, CHS sponsored a Gallup Organization poll of 301 top executives to find out which "business relationship" issues were most important to them.
Finally, voters need advance training as do poll workers.
Imagine going up to the poll and seeing a man standing there with a gun and asking if you're a citizen.
Four years ago, when the economy was strong, the country wasn't at war, and both presidential candidates ran as moderates, just 43 percent of adults told an early April Gallup poll that they had been thinking about the election "quite a lot" This April, when the issues seem much bigger and the differences between the candidates much starker, Gallup found that 61 percent of adults said they had been giving "quite a lot" of thought to the election.
Though this planned fraud wasn't employed and Quayle wasn't dumped, these men were willing to sway the public's attitude by means of a fake poll.
One poll asked readers if they would invest in the paper industry and if so where.
Weissberg found exactly what he was looking for (and one wonders how often that happens in social science research--there's a poll whose results I'd like to see).
But the poll also found an erosion of popularity even among U.
Composed of two to four people, the panels included voters who had been denied their right to vote, NAACP activists who worked the get-out-the-vote effort, NAACP phone-stand volunteers who fielded complaints on election day, poll workers, and news journalists.
com poll, Harris poll, Fox poll and NBC/Wall Street Journal poll.