Definition of repoll
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: to question or canvass (people) again : to carry out a new poll of (a group of people) If an updated system were proposed, he added, the group would want to repoll its members and get new feedback.— Eleanor Kennedy … the Senator seemed to be getting more than two‐thirds of the undecided voters who were repolled.— R. W. Apple Jr.
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