Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Poll"

The meaning of "Poll" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does take a poll mean?
A: It is like a vote but a collection of information to help/benefit the person who administered it. For example:

"Make sure to answer the poll on Facebook regarding what shirt size you want."

"The university polled the students to see how they could improve the school."
Q: What does take a poll mean?
A: It means to meet someone
Q: What does poll results mean?
A: Election's ending to know who has come first
Q: What does poll mean?
A: An activity in which several or many people are asked a question or a series of questions in order to get information about what most people think about something .
Q: What does poll mean?
A: It is more like a survey than a vote.

Example sentences using "Poll"

Q: Please show me example sentences with poll.
A: we took a poll of all the students to see which teacher they liked best.

Synonyms of "Poll" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between poll and survey ?
A: POLL:
Who is the best singer?
Person A - 64%
Person B - 10%
Person C - 10%
Person D - 16%

SURVEY:
What did you think of this?
__________
How many hours a day do you spend sleeping?
__________
How many people you know sleep 8 hours a day?
__________
Q: What is the difference between poll and vote ?
A: A "poll" is a formalized questionnaire. An organization asks a group of people a question.

A "vote" is where people answer a poll to decide on something, often a leader.
Q: What is the difference between poll and servey and inquiry ?
A: A poll is usually quite small and you just have to select one answer.

In a survey someone will usually as more questions to collect data for something.

And "to inquire" is quite similar to "ask"but it is used in a more formal setting like a business etc. So an inquiry is a more formal question to a business or something like that.
Q: What is the difference between poll and census ?
A: A census is a survey of the whole population. So in general, it is a sheet of questions sent to everyone in the country.

A poll is a questionnaire usually with only one question on it. It only tests people who participate, unlike a census which is the whole population.

The difference between a poll and a survey is that a poll is only one or two questions (What is your favourite car - Nissan, Honda, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Ford, Toyota,) Whereas a survey asks a wide range of questions, usually 10 or more.
Q: What is the difference between poll and vote ?
A: A poll is a way to gauge an opinion or what the majority think. A vote is what the person being polled will make or submit to show their opinion.

Translations of "Poll"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? poll the wool over your eyes
A: "To pull the wool over your eyes."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? poll
A: could you give some context?

Other questions about "Poll"

Q: He was a poll rising figure. does this sound natural?
A: I think you meant to say "He was a polarizing figure."
Q: The poll found that 45 percent of Republican veterans versus 15 percent of Democratic veterans say the war in Iraq was worth fighting, mirroring party gaps in the civilian population.

Q.
"Mirroring party gaps...." Does this mean that when it comes to civilians, their point of views about the worth of the wars also depends on a political party they support? And the result is the same as the data shown in the paragraph?: 45 percent of civilians supporting Republican say that the fight in Iraq was worthwile and 15 percent for the other group?
A: Yes. Yes.
Q: The poll on how percentage of American believe that they can fall in love at first sight was conducted last year in America and the result was a bolt of the blue. 56% of them believe in love at first sight, and the percentage is even higher for married people.

Many people think that we are attracted by some features such as compatibility, personality and such, but it is an old wives’ tale. For men, it is all about the waist-hip ratio. They want women whose body is ideal hourglass figure, which is 0.7 of the waist-hip ratio, because it means that women with the ratio have good fecundity and less risk of heart disease. does this sound natural?
A: Best of luck. “The poll on the percentage of Americans who believe that they can fall in love at first sight was conducted last year in America. The result was a bolt of blue. 56% of them believed in love at first sight, and the percentage was even higher for married people.

Many people think that we are attracted by features like compatibility, personality, and more. However, this is an old wives’ tale. For men, it is all about the waist-hip ratio. They want women whose bodies are ideal hourglass figures, which means a waist-hip ratio of .7. This is because women who have the ideal waist-hip ratio are believed to be more fertile, and have a lower risk of heart-disease.”
Q: You will crush on a poll if you use your phone while walking. does this sound natural?
A: How about "You will walk into a pole," or "You will run into a pole", or "you will crash into a pole"?
Q: The poll results show that the right answer is controversial. (Talking about HiNative's poll results) does this sound natural?
A: I think either "show" or "have shown" will work. Another way to say this that might be better is: The poll results are inconsistent.

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