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public opinion poll:

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technique for ascertaining the attitudes or opinions of the total, or some segment of the total, population on given questions, usually on political, economic, and social conditions.
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 9(ANI): The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a PIL seeking a ban on opinion polls conducted by various organisations, including the media firms.
In an unprecedented turn of events, the people gathered at Colva Circle and marched to the nearby Ravindra Bhavan and asked an elderly woman, Rosie Marie, to unveil the plaque, that left the minister red-faced as he was trying to encash the popular sentiment attached to opinion poll.
Both the ruling parties Trinamool Congress (TMC) in West Bengal and All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) in southern state of Tamil Nadu are poised to return to power, according to a press release issued by India TV, which has carried out the opinion poll in collaboration with C-Voter.
An opinion poll by the ALCO institute, published in the Ethnos newspaper on Friday, said that 'Yes' votes might be expected from 44.
Both parties are now desperately trying to appeal to their core support in a bid to reverse their rapid decline in the opinion polls.
The Mitrovica Region Opinion Polls are intended to provide UNDP and stakeholders in Kosovo with a
Freedom is the most important thing that one needs to do this research, that's why we started in 1986, because we had freedom after democracy was restored, and we had it first in the Philippines of all the countries in Southeast Asia," he said, referring to the SWS, the country's leading opinion poll firm known for its high level of accuracy and independence.
Referring to an opinion poll broadcast by a TV channel on April 14, the EC said it included results of 111 Lok Sabha constituencies where polling had already taken place which in effect becomes dissemination of the result of exit polls in the said seats.
in an opinion poll which includes names of such famous people as Iran's President Rouhani, Pakistan's brave girl Malala Yousafzai and Denis Rodman.
A Progressive Scottish Opinion poll was even worse reading for Salmond.
The opinion poll included 10,551 out of a total of 439,715 eligible voters, constituting 2.
June 4, 2013 (JUBA) - The International Republican Institute (IRI) has dismissed as "inaccurate" a media report alleging its recently conducted opinion poll showed 89% of citizens in the Greater Bahr el Ghazal region preferred a new political party in South Sudan.

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