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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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At the same time, 34.5% of the pollees said that they "do not believe at all that the authorities of the country do their best to
A Kyodo News poll of 20 think tanks, whose results are compiled Friday, shows 19 pollees expect to see a drop in the business conditions diffusion index for large manufacturers.
A recent opinion poll conducted by the Japanese mass-circulation daily Yomiuri Shimbun found that half of pollees oppose Koizumi's successor visiting Yasukuni Shrine.
Over the period, producer prices are seen going slightly up in industry, as illustrated by the relatively moderate balance of answers standing at +11 percent; some 85 percent of total pollees foresee this indicator to remain unchanged.
The survey is particularly noteworthy in that a significant 74 percent of pollees said the legislature should discuss constitutional reform.
These pollees refuse to believe another investigation will help establish the truth about the fate of the 10.
The polls shows that 83.6% of the pollees said they choose shares by taking into account the prices of the shares, while 66.2% said they have found the levels of ''investor relations activities'' of stock companies for investors unsatisfactory.
This indicator appears to stabilise, as revealed by 86 percent of the pollees in industry and 94 percent of those in construction.
Concern about the financing of the LDP's policy proposals was voiced by 83 percent of the pollees, the same number as that for the DPJ.
As of 5 p.m., 52% of ballots have been counted and showed 90% of the pollees want to stay in Indonesia, 9.05% want to return home and the rest indicated no preference on the ballot paper.
Among other things, the ratio of pollees expecting increased income slid to 11.0% from 12.4% in the previous survey, the lowest since the inception of a similar survey in 1977.
In construction however, investment spending looks set to remain at the previous month's level, according to 86 percent of the pollees. Profitability ratio will fare worse in the industrial sector, given the noticeable worsening of the balance of answers, but it might expand somewhat in the construction sector, as the balance of answers remained in positive territory.