outpoll

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verb out·poll \ˌau̇t-ˈpōl\

Definition of outpoll

  1. transitive verb
  2. 1 :  to receive more support in a poll than Why does opposition to gun bans outpoll opposition to gay marriage? — William Saletan

  3. 2 :  to receive more votes than (an opponent) And it's not clear that Hollande, even if he were to outpoll the center-right's candidate in the first round, could reunite his fractious left-wing … — Leo Michel

1705

First Known Use of outpoll

1705


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