Polls


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Polls

The place where voters cast their ballots. Heads; individuals; persons singly considered.

An objection to a particular juror is called a challenge to the poll, as distinguished from a challenge to the array or panel, which is opposition to the jury as an entity, based on a universal defect among the jurors.

POLLS. The place where electors cast in their votes.

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Besen says if more polls were to replicate the finding that friends and relatives of gays are no more likely than others to support gay rights laws, "then we would have to take a hard look at it.
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Further, he had stated that elections in NA-38 constituency could not be held due to worsening law and order situation and added that polls would be held as soon as law and order situation was improved.
With such close poll results, both sides agree voter turnout will be key and have engaged in grass-roots campaigns to get supporters to the polls.
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News featured him on their covers; he led the polls in Iowa.
He, however, added that polls would be held as soon as law and order situation was improved.