opinion poll

NOUN
  1. an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people
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How To Use opinion poll In A Sentence

  • Opinion polls suggest the outcome is too close to call. Times, Sunday Times
  • According to numerous opinion polls, they solidly oppose the kinds of discrimination that Cardinal Ratzinger condoned.
  • The latest opinion polls are predicting a very close contest.
  • The latest opinion poll shows that the president's popularity has declined.
  • Opinion polls put his likely score at 12%, which makes him the ‘third man’ - the candidate who could end up acting as a power broker between the two heavyweights.
  • The opinion polls show a significant fall in her popularity.
  • He was riding high in the public opinion polls.
  • Opinion polls show that no more than 30% of people trust the government.
  • As Fine Gael flatlined in the opinion polls, Bruton was ditched as party leader in favour of Michael Noonan.
  • It would take only one adverse opinion poll for this discontent to become manifest. Times, Sunday Times
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