telephone poll

Related to telephone poll: telephone pole
Translations

telephone poll

n (Am) → sondaggio telefonico
References in periodicals archive ?
The telephone poll, which weighed landlines and mobile phones equally, was launched on Monday evening (June 10) and was completed at 10 p.m.
The nationwide telephone poll involving 1,125 self-identified registered voters was conducted from July 27 to August 1.
The telephone poll of 800 registered voters was conducted July 31-Aug 3.
A telephone poll by Ipsos MORI suggested 52 per cent of British voters would opt to remain in the European Union and 48 per cent would vote to leave.
The UK-wide BMG telephone poll puts support for Remain at 46% and backing for Leave on 43%, with 11% undecided or unwilling to say.
An ORB poll for the Daily Telegraph put support for "Leave" at 49 percent, compared with Remain's 48 percent, while two ICM polls, one online and one conducted by telephone, found "Out" held 53 percent support compared with 47 percent support for "In," the Guardian newspaper, which sponsored the telephone poll, said.
Investors were said to be surprised by the results of the survey, which sent sterling sharply lower, while a telephone poll for the Guardian newspaper showed that of respondents 45% favoured leaving the EU compared to 42% who would vote to stay in.
The London market was also under pressure after investors reacted to a telephone poll from ICM, which showed voters were in favour of Britain leaving the European Union.
Damian Lyons Lowe, founder of Survation, said he would always regret not publishing the results Slasher: Osborne of his firm's May 6 telephone poll which showed a six point lead for the Tories.
The Com Res telephone poll for the Sunday Mirror and Independent On Sunday puts both parties on 33 per cent of the vote.
The ComRes poll for the Sunday Mirror and The Independent on Sunday puts both the main parties on 33% - both two points down on the last ComRes telephone poll earlier in the week.
In a telephone poll of more than 1,000 adults, 62% of respondents said the government should allow people to use tobacco-free e-cigarettes in public places, while 34% said the government should prohibit the activity.