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outpoll

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Pronunciation: /aʊtˈpəʊl
 
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Definition of outpoll in English:

verb

[with object]
Receive more votes than: the Labour Party outpolled the Conservatives in the region by nearly two to one
More example sentences
  • Where in 2003 the Greens outpolled the Liberal primary vote in all 25 booths, that figure slipped to 17 booths in 2004.
  • The Liberals overwhelmingly won the over-55 vote at the election, while Labor outpolled them in just about every other age group.
  • They got twice its vote at the last election, and have consistently outpolled it by a wide margin ever since.

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