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

The meaning of "Survey" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does In the survey politicians came out overwhelmingly in favour of capital punishment mean?
A: politician-a person who is professionally involved in politics, especially as a holder of or a candidate for an elected office. (someone who tries out for a place in government such as a senator or president)
overwhelmingly- by too much or a lot.
in favour of- wanting or for rather than against
capital punishment- punishing someone for doing something criminal by death

so basically in a survey done, it shows that more than expected politicians are okay with capital punishment, or punishing criminals by death
Q: What does survey mean?
A: A record of data in this case. In other cases. It can also be use in replace of the word “look”.
Q: What does The survey factored in the importance of the Russia investigation mean?
A: The survey "included" these two other questions. The survey did not only ask about Trump's approval rating.
Survey questions included:
1. Trump approval rating?
2. Did Trump officials have improper contact with Russian officials?
3. Will Mueller conduct fair investigation?
4. For Trump supporters, what area of Trump's policy or style is disappointing to them?
http://www.people-press.org/2017/12/07/stark-partisan-divisions-over-russia-probe-including-its-importance-to-the-nation/2/
Q: What does a survey of the Bible mean?
A: "Survey" means to look carefully at or examine. A "survey of the Bible" would be a careful examination or study of the Bible.
Q: What does This survey is extremely important to our dealership as is your complete satisfaction with us. mean?
A: It means that the you will get a survey and the way you answer it will show the company how satisfied you were with the service they provided you.

Example sentences using "Survey"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I have a survey to do for my english class. I have to ask foreigners questions about how they use their smartphone. So here are them : -Does spend time on your phone is the first thing you do when you wake up ? -Do you use your phone as your alarm clock ?.
A: Do you use your phone as soon as you wake up? Do you use your phone as your alarm clock? How many hours do you think you use your phone in a day? Do you text or call more?
Q: Please show me example sentences with I have a survey to do for my english class. I have to ask foreigners questions about how they use their smartphone. So here are them : -How old were you when you receive your first phone ? -Do you have social medias ? how many ? .
A: For the sentences you provided it would be better to say “How old were you when you got a cellphone/smartphone” and “Do you have social media”!
Q: Please show me example sentences with survey.
A: I had to fill out a survey.
There were a lot of questions on that survey.

Before they could start construction they had to survey the site.
Whet they reached the top of the hill they stopped to survey the land.

Synonyms of "Survey" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between survey and investigate ?
A: Survey is an examination of opinions and behaviour which is usually made by asking people questions.
exp: They are conducting a survey to find out what the customers think of their internet service.

investigate is to examine a problem, statement, and crime carefully and with methodical effort to discover the truth.
exp: The police have been called in to investigate the car accident.
Q: What is the difference between surveys and pools ?
A: Oh well in that case,a survey is mapping an area; a poll is a voting station for popularity

Q: What is the difference between survey and study ?
A: Survey is like to quiz or test something
Study is to practice or try to remember something
Q: What is the difference between survey and investigation ?
A: Survey是問卷調查,收集意見之類
investigation 是搜查調查的意思
例如警察調查就會用investigation
Q: What is the difference between survey and poll ?
A: They both measure people's opinions, but a survey is generally longer and more in-depth than a poll.

Translations of "Survey"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? '학부모 설문조사 해오기' 를 영어로 어떻게 말하나요?

Participate in the parents’ survey?
A: This is pretty accurate
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The ____results of the survey last month may suggest customer's preferences on our previous model. 1)preliminary 2)introductiry 3)continuous 4)definitive
A: #1 preliminary
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? survey
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Survive, survey
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Survey"

Q: Q1.You indicated in your survey that you like to listen to music. What kind of music do you like the best? Do you like rock-and-roll or dance music? And tell me why you like the kind of music.
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I listen to music mainstream pop music nowadays but I used to listen to Rock and Roll music. Chuck Berry up to Foo Fighters. Do you know these bands?
I told you before, I used to play guitar for a long time. when I played guitar, I listened really a lot of various Rock music.
Led zeppline, Gun's n Roses, Mr.big, Nirvana, Queen, My chemical Romance, Foo fighters and more !
However, I can say Rock is my life. But now, I don't listen to Rock music quite often because it makes me feel to play guitar again even though I said good-bye to music.
But, I'm sure my best music is Rock and Roll. Does this sound natural?
A: I listen to mainstream pop music nowadays but I used to listen to Rock and Roll music. Chuck Berry up to Foo Fighters. Do you know these bands?
As I said before, I used to play guitar for a long time. When I played guitar, I listened to a lot of various Rock artists, such as, Led zeppline, Gun's n Roses, Mr.big, Nirvana, Queen, My chemical Romance, Foo fighters, and more!
I can easily say that Rock is my life. However, as of right now, I don't listen to Rock music quite often because although I said goodbye to music long ago, it gives me feelings io wanting to play again. Nevertheless, the best music, in my opinion, is Rock and Roll.

Other than punctuation errors, it was fine. The only thing I want to mention is the word "however". This is only used when contrasting ideas. Unlike the word "그런데", which has multiple usages, "however" only has one use. (To negate or contrast the previous sentence)
Q: I'm doing a survey on how many people have gotten dengue fever in Brazil over the last 10 months.

or

I'm taking a survey on how many people have gotten dengue fever in Brazil over the last 10 months. Does this sound natural?
A: "I'm doing a survey" = I am asking other people about this; I am the scientist who wants to know this information
"I'm taking a survey" = I am one of the people being asked
Q: 🌺A recent survey found that the celebrity most working men and women in their 20's to 40's would think perfect as a new member of society (理想の新入社会人像ランキング) is Sota Fukushi 福士蒼汰 (22, actor) , followed by Masaki Suda 菅田将輝(23, actor), and Ryunosuke Kamiki 神木隆之介 (22, actor) ,and Yuukki Habu (21, Professional skater) 羽生結弦 Does this sound natural?
A: It's a long sentence :—) but I think it's OK with "is" this time.

"~the celebrity~is Sota Fukushi, followed by~."
Q: 🌺A recent survey found that the celebrity women in their 20's to 40's would most like to have at their office as a new employee (新入社員で入ってきて欲しい芸能人ランキング) is 🌹Sota Fukushi 福士蒼汰 (22, actor) , followed by Masataka Kubota 窪田正孝(27 actor), and Yudai Chiba (27, actor)千葉雄大. Does this sound natural?
A: It's so nearly right, I'll say it's natural. :)

"A recent survey found that celebrity women in their 20's to 40's would most like to have at their office as a new employee: Sota Fukushi 福士蒼汰 (22, actor); followed by Masataka Kubota 窪田正孝 (27, actor); and Yudai Chiba 千葉雄大 (27, actor)."
Q: 🌺A recent survey found that the celebrity women in their 20's to 40's would most like to have at their office as a new employee (新入社員で入ってきて欲しい芸能人ランキング) is 🌹Sota Fukushi 福士蒼汰 (22, actor) , followed by Masataka Kubota 窪田正孝(27 actor), and Yudai Chiba (27, actor)千葉雄大. Does this sound natural?
A: The order of words were a bit confusing to see who was wanting what but I think I've worked it out! You're not talking about "celebrity women". You're talking about "celebrities that women would like to have at their office" :)

So I think the best way to say it is:
"A recent survey found that the celebrity most women in their 20's to 40's would like to have as a new employee at their office is Sota Fukushi (22, actor), followed by Masataka Kubota (27 actor), and Yudai Chiba (27, actor)."

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