Prepositions used with "poll"

"of poll", "to poll" or "in poll"?

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In 35% of cases poll of is used

I eagerly await the next week of polls.

I eagerly await the next week of polls.

A pair of polls today have reiterated that.

It will include major updates to House races - lots of polls and pundit rating changes.

Last year RESET were co-organisers of poll in Regione Lazio on the local healthcare system.

He caught up to Obama, and even passed him in a lot of polls and he's been there ever since.

During that time, Labour held its own in the polls -- Pundit's poll of polls showed no movement in the National-Labour gap.

A slew of polls conducted in the day following her entry into the race, however, showed a surprise result: a narrow Heitkamp lead.

Low-risk and medium-risk bundles had to serve as a? buffer? against profitable, but very risky bundles of polls of credits, so to say.

So, with that, here are my Kansas election predictions - which should be taken with a grain of salt given the complete absence of polls.

In 17% of cases poll to is used

So I have come here to poll the vote.

Still, he continues to poll very well in several battleground states.

It might be necessary to poll until a successful response is received.

According to polls close to 80% of Australian population opposes burqa in public.

I just hope that when we go to polls in 2014 the ANC have a better brain occupying that seat.

It is used in order to poll punch records of your employees from your time clock device and transfer it to your database.

From featured news to poll projection, the year of 2012 has been one for explosive development for the TodaysStandard internet site and its editorial group.

Whoa! Now this is unexpected: Suffolk University polling has decided not to poll any further this presidential election cycle in Florida, North Carolina and Virginia.

It seems like we should be able to solve the non-respondent problem with the right combination of invitations to poll on different media, without sacrificing randomness.

Candidates had no reason to poll, visit, advertise, organize, campaign, or care about the voter concerns in the dozens of states where they were safely ahead or hopelessly behind.

In 15% of cases poll in is used

In polls for this Sunday's vote, he is favoured to win.

Example: You can post new topics, You can vote in polls, etc.

Home owners seem slightly less likely to be represented in polls.

In Ohio, Florida, North Carolina, Indiana, Colorado and Virginia, Obama led by less than the margin of error in polls.

The opposite happened - the party gained 3 to 4 percentage points in polls as a direct result of the Kasidiaris incident.

The Spanish team remain in poll position on the overall race leaderboard with 61 points, followed by CAMPER on 54, having won 20 points for second place.

Even with the levels of support in polls here, Borick isn't sure same-sex marriage would have been approved if it were on the ballot here on Election Day.

If you join our community, you'll be able to use many member-only features such as posting in topics, customizing your profile, sending personal messages and voting in polls.

People really care about the future of our health services; this has been borne out in polls too; issue only second to the economy? (Education too high on list of priorities.

It's a lot of what creates solidarity among Palestinians, who in polls report living with a fair amount of fear in their daily lives, by dint of the Israeli military occupation.

In 8% of cases poll with is used

The race is, however, overshadowed by the Presidential election, with polls in the state hinting at a narrow Obama lead over Romney.

The place was always crawling with poll watchers, and just about any activist group could file with the Board of Elections and get certified as poll watchers.

The polls are correlated with polls in 1992 and 1997 when there wasn't the expenses scandal (which would Isuggest always damage the government more than HMO).

In 7% of cases poll about is used

In the last 15 seconds, interviewer Becky Anderson tells Gilani about poll results that reveal that about a third of Pakistanis want to leave the country.

In 7% of cases poll after is used

Poll after poll has shown the People still don't want it (never did, never have, never will).

The bottom line, I think, is that poll after poll after poll reveals the same thing -- the more educated a person is, the less likely they are to support modern Republican policies.

It was enough to put him over the top even without the hard-fought battlegrounds of Virginia and Florida, where voters were lined up long after polls closed to decide close contests.

President Obama and Republican Mitt Romney each won five votes in the small town of Dixville Notch, which was the first to announce its results after polls opened and closed within 43 seconds.

In 7% of cases poll for is used

Equally important is for the Election Commission to be ready for polls.

You can google for polls conducted by neutral foreign news sources in Kashmir.

Who will win here? I have scoured the web for polls testing that question and have come up with exactly zero surveys.

Now we are about to approach the political season where all the wannabe mayors are going to be jockeying for poll position for mayor.

Also, look for polls in North Carolina, Florida, Virginia, Colorado and New Hampshire (except, perhaps, for UNH) to show Romney pulling into a clear lead in those states.

The huge crowd responded positively when Khaleda sought their support and active participation in the movement for polls under a caretaker government and a neutral election commission.

In 2% of cases poll by is used

As part of the Dual Listed Company structure of the Group, the business conducted at the Annual General Meetings is determined by polls.

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