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opinion poll

noun [C]
 
 
MARKETING, POLITICS
a process in which people are asked for their opinions about a subject or person: An opinion poll revealed that only 40% of local people were in favour of the project.in the opinion polls At that stage the party was leading in the opinion polls.
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