Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] British informal
Popular opinion as represented by informal comments from members of the public, especially when broadcast or published: paragraphs of vox pop
More example sentences
- During two hours of vox pop he was unable to find a single New Yorker in support of it.
- The crew also went outside and did some vox pop with a number of people who volunteered.
- The Evening Standard did a vox pop at one of the Beacon Primary schools in my ward.
1960s: abbreviation of vox populi.
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