Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

apklausa in English:

1. poll poll

It is a prevalent belief, according to a nationwide poll in the United States, that Muslims are linked with terrorism.
He pulled even in the polls = 50/50
The polls say that the socialist party will win the elections.
A new poll suggests there is support for our proposal.
The opinion poll was based on a random sample of adults.
According to the poll, Alex is winning.
Facebook polls
The findings come from a Mori poll of more than 2,000 residents in three UK cities – London, Dundee and Newcastle.
Alright, Mrs. Robertson, will you please poll the jurors?
to conduct a poll
We're conducting a poll to find out what people think about the Valentine's Day.
Recent polls overestimated Clinton's
a poll is an activity in which a large number of people are asked what they think about something or how they will vote in an election. You can also refer to the elections that take place when a country chooses a new government as the polls
A poll conducted by ComRes for BBC Radio
A poll conducted by ComRes for BBC Radio found that when it comes to appearance, men were most likely to mention their height - 21% of them in fact said it was their favourite physical attribute