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Gallup poll

División en sílabas: Gal·lup poll
Pronunciación: /ˈɡaləp ˌpōl
 
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Definición de Gallup poll en inglés:

sustantivo

trademark
An assessment of public opinion by the questioning of a statistically representative sample.
Example sentences
  • The typical sample size for a Gallup poll which is designed to represent this general population is 1,000 national adults.
  • A recent Gallup poll found that 75 percent of likely voters support stronger environmental regulation.
  • Here's a table showing a history of Gallup polls taken on Labor Day weekend.

Origen

1940s: named after G. H. Gallup (see Gallup, George Horace), US statistician who devised the method.

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