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exit poll

noun

: a method of predicting the result of an election by asking people who they voted for as they leave the place where they voted

Full Definition of EXIT POLL

:  a poll taken (as by news media) of voters leaving the voting place that is usually used for predicting the winners
exit polling noun

First Known Use of EXIT POLL

1980

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