Gallup poll Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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"Gallup poll" in British English

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Gallup pollnoun [C]

uk   /ˈɡæl.əpˌpəʊl/  us   /-ˌpoʊl/ trademark
a ​series of ​questionsasked of a ​group of ​people in ​order to ​find out what they ​think about a ​particularsubject or how they will ​vote in an ​election
(Definition of Gallup poll from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"Gallup™ poll" in Business English

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Gallup™ pollnoun [S]

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an opinionpoll (= a ​study in which ​people are ​asked their ​opinions)produced by the Gallup™ ​organization: According to a recent Gallup ​poll, 62% of ​investors say that ​energycosts are hurting the ​investmentclimate.
(Definition of Gallup™ poll from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Gallup poll”
in Chinese (Simplified) 盖洛普民意测验(调查)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蓋洛普民意測驗(調查)…
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