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Translation of "poll" - English-Spanish dictionary

poll

noun   /pəʊl/
the process of asking people questions to discover what they think about a subject sondeo the results of an opinion poll A recent poll indicated that 62 percent of Americans supported the president.
(Definition of poll from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

poll

noun /pəul/
an election elecciones, votación They organized a poll to elect a president.
the number of votes índice de participación There has been a heavy poll (= a large number of votes).
(also opinion poll) a test of public opinion by asking people questions. encuesta, sondeo
polling booth noun
a small place or stall where one can mark one’s voting-paper. cabina electoral
polling station noun
a place where one goes to vote. centro/colegio electoral
go to the polls
to have an election acudir a las urnas The voting public go the polls in November.
(Definition of poll from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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