Definition of exit poll in English:

exit poll

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noun

An opinion poll of people leaving a polling station, asking how they voted.
More example sentences
  • I became skeptical about such survey findings after filling out an exit poll after I voted in Manhattan on Tuesday morning.
  • This is a national exit poll conducted in 267 voting centers throughout the country.
  • Last year an election was held at which reporters for the school's newspaper conducted an exit poll that found a majority of grad students voted to unionize.

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