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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Still, no other development has complicated Cruz's efforts to win over the faithful as much as the rise of Trump, who consistently outpolls Cruz among evangelicals despite a long list of actions, positions and statements seemingly out of step with the Christian faith.
That's in spite of the fact that Cameron still outpolls Labour leader Ed Miliband on personal approval and economic management, according to the survey commissioned by Conservative upper-house lawmaker Michael Ashcroft.
Obama outpolls former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty by 19 points and Palin by 23 points.
In turn, McCain outpolls Obama by a wide 17-point margin among married men, but holds a smaller 6-point advantage among married women.
Rob Handy outpolls incumbent Bobby Green (top), whom he will face on the November ballot
If ``none of the above'' outpolls the other candidates, another election must be scheduled, and current candidates must be excluded.
As far as I know he outpolls me as far as the sexiest man in the world is concerned - though obviously it is a close run thing.
Among registered voters nationwide, McCain and Obama are even at 45%, while McCain outpolls Clinton by a single point, 46% to 45%.
In the general election, if ``none of the above'' outpolls the final two candidate, a new election is held and neither of the existing candidates may run.
Clinton outpolls Obama among both white Catholics (57% to 34%) and nonwhite Catholics (53% to 42%).
Synopsis: For the first time in weeks, Hillary Clinton outpolls Barack Obama in national Democratic preferences, 48% to 44%.