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1. He will have been heartened by the telephone opinion poll published yesterday.
2. The party is buoyed up by the latest opinion poll results.
3. Does this opinion poll accurately reflect the public mood?
4. Nearly three-quarters of people questioned in an opinion poll agreed with the government's decision.
5. The opinion poll is a clear signal of people's dissatisfaction with the government.
6. The latest opinion poll shows that the president's popularity has declined.
7. The latest opinion poll suggests the vote could go either way.
8. An opinion poll showed that 70% of adults were against legalizing drugs.
9. The latest opinion poll puts the Democrats in the lead.
10. The latest public opinion poll showed that 25% of us consider ourselves superstitious.
11. According to the latest opinion poll, the noes have 60%, and the yeses have 40%.
12. The prime minister's opinion poll ratings have hit rock bottom.
13. The results of the opinion poll showed that most women supported this action.
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14. The opinion poll suggests a clean sweep for the Democrats.
15. He has the highest opinion poll rating of any president this century.
16. In a recent opinion poll, a majority of respondents were against nuclear weapons.
17. The government will take comfort from the latest opinion poll.
18. An opinion poll published in May showed Mrs Yardley was level-pegging with Mr Simpson.
19. But, as the opinion poll shows, the party's standing with the people at large has never been so low.
20. He started talking about individuals' opinion poll ratings.
21. Even water privatisation, which every opinion poll showed to be a deeply unpopular measure, was almost six times over-subscribed.
22. A recent opinion poll found that 45 percent believe personal qualifications to be the most important measure of a candidate.
23. Except in so far as they publicized opinion poll findings, television projections of party credibility did not dictate public perceptions.
24. The results of the opinion poll do not bode well for the Democrats.
25. The folk wisdom led Tory politicians to dismiss opinion poll findings suggesting the opposite.
26. A recent opinion poll revealed that only 5% of those questioned thought the existing parties represented their interests.
27. There is now widespread support for these proposals, according to a recent public opinion poll.
28. The Social and Liberal Democrats also performed well - in contrast to their poor opinion poll showing.
29. According to him, Mr Major is irresolute, obsessed with his image, and shifts according to the latest opinion poll.
30. Grabbing an islet would be the next step, said Tim Ding, a sociologist and opinion poll researcher for Gallup.
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