Synonyms of poll in English:

poll


See definition of poll

noun

1‘the electoral rules provided for a second-round poll’

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vote, ballot, show of hands, straw poll, straw vote, referendum, plebiscite, election

2‘apathy might cause the poll to be unduly low’

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voting figures, vote, returns, count, tally

3‘they may conduct a poll to investigate whether people enjoyed their holidays’

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survey, opinion poll, canvass, market research, sampling, census

verb

1‘57% of the people polled supported his action’

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canvass, survey, ask, question, interview, ballot, sample

2‘she polled 119 votes’

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get, gain, register, record, return