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1. Polls showed a switch to Labour.
2. The Democratic candidate is still leading in the polls.
3. Socialism had been repudiated at the polls.
4. He dismissed the opinion polls as worthless.
5. Campaign leaders were caught flat-footed when the opinion polls suddenly started to swing the other way.
6. The polls are not a reliable guide of how people will vote.
7. Recent opinion polls show that 60 percent favor abortion under certain circumstances.
8. Exit polls suggest a big Labour majority, but the true picture will only be known after the count.
9. They go to the polls on Friday to choose the people they want to govern their country.
10. The latest opinion polls are predicting a very close contest.
11. She was defeated at the polls.
12. Counting will begin as soon as the polls close.
13. We are 10 points ahead in the polls.
14. Some preliminary polls show him out in front.
15. He was riding high in the public opinion polls.
16. Disunity destroyed the Republicans at the polls.
17. The opinion polls were hopelessly wide of the mark.
18. The party is trailing badly in the opinion polls.
19. The two polls produced strikingly different results.
20. Polls close at 9 p.m.
21. polls forecast a Conservative landslide.
22. The latest opinion polls spell trouble for the government.Sentence dictionary
23. The president stands high in the public opinion polls.
24. She had a dismal showing in the opinion polls.
25. Both questioned the reliability of recent opinion polls.
26. The polls will close in an hour.
27. A steady growth in the popularity of two smaller parties may upset the polls.
28. The government's popularity is declining rapidly(sentencedict.com), as the opinion polls show.
29. Voters dislike opportunists - politicians who change their policies according to opinion polls.
30. With a week to go until polling day, the Conservatives are still behind in the polls.