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polling day

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Definition of polling day in English:

noun

British
The day of a local or general election: the run-up to polling day
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  • To hear that scathing verdict, one month before the polling day in a general election, must send a shiver down the spine of any democrat.
  • However, any move to make Sunday the official polling day would be heavily opposed by many religious communities.
  • The official polling day is Thursday, when traditional methods take over.

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