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pollee

(pəʊˈliː)
n
a person who is questioned in a poll

poll•ee

(poʊˈli)

n.
one who is asked questions in a poll.
[1935–40]
Translations

pollee

n (esp US, at opinion poll) → Befragte(r) mf
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