outpoll

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out·poll

 (out-pōl′)
tr.v. out·polled, out·poll·ing, out·polls
To win more votes than: She outpolled her rival by a wide margin.

outpoll

(ˌaʊtˈpəʊl)
vb (tr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to win more votes than
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Lib Dem, Green, SNP, Plaid Cymru and Change UK outpolled Brexit and Ukip by 40.4% remain to 34.9% hard Brexit.
The Reader's Digest Trusted Brand Awards are given to brands that have exceptionally outpolled its competitors.
In the midterm elections, which Trump himself described as a referendum on his presidency, the Democratic candidates for both the House and Senate vastly outpolled their Republican opponents.
In Group 43, Dan Casey outpolled Karen Elizabeth Berger with 51.2 to 48.8 percent.
Saban outpolled a wide variety notable figures in entertainment and politics, among other fields.
Hassan Rohani 28,840 96.0% Ebrahim Raisi 1,043 3.5% Mostafa Mir-Salim 118 0.4% Mostafa Hashemi-Taba 38 0.1% Rohani outpolled Ebrahim Raisi by a margin of almost 28-to-1.
In Travis County, Trump lost to Clinton by almost 18 percent, meaning Daugherty outpolled the top of the Republican ticket by more than 21 percent.
I became the leader of the Conservative opposition when I outpolled Edward Heath in 1975, and four years on I became Prime Minister of Great Britain.
In the 2015 federal election, the New Democrats outpolled the Liberals by more than three to one in Alberta polling divisions in which only First Nations members voted.
The Vermont senator's primary campaign against Clinton was tough, and he had many harsh words for the woman who eventually outpolled him.
In 2003 he threw his hat in the ring as a longshot candidate and surprised everyone by winning handily and soon he was named Council chairman He was reelected in 2007, and in 2011, outpolled incumbent Mayor Paul Dyster by around 3,000 votes, leading many here to lament his running for Council rather than for the mayor's office.
Mohannadi added: "I am running for the second time despite all the challenges." Mohannadi, a computer engineer who is studying for a PhD in public administration, said she is motivated this time because at the last vote she outpolled more than seven male rivals, but lost out to an eighth.