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TESTING
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DEVICE
SUMMER
OPINION POLLING
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Polling"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Polling is a supplement to discussion.
  2. Polling was conducted September 1-4 with a nationwide representative sample of 1,150 Iraqi adults. (Web site)
  3. The polling was high in Sinhalese and Muslim areas while an average of 45-50% votes were registered in Tamil areas. (Web site)
  4. The polling is being held two years after street protests forced King Gyanendra to cede power and brought the Maoists out of the jungle.
  5. While polling is under (well-deserved) scrutiny lately, statistics aren't needed to indicate how risky some of Bill Clinton's choices have been.

District

  1. ALAPPUZHA: Polling to the two Lok Sabha constituencies of Alappuzha and Mavelikara in the district passed peacefully without any major untoward incident. (Web site)
  2. There should be regulations on the minimum number of polling places, election officials and voting machine s per voter in a district.

Method

  1. While a Java™ applet could theoretically carry out repeated polling to ascertain the presence of remote control inputs, such a method can be problematic. (Web site)

Basis

  1. On the basis of polling you could pick your marginal seats and thus keep your tweaking to a bare minimum. (Web site)

International Observers

  1. In 2002 citizens elected President Azali Assoumani in polling that international observers described as free and fair. (Web site)

Theoretical Matchups

  1. Polling throughout 2004 and into 2005 consistently showed Spitzer defeating three-term incumbent Republican Governor George Pataki in theoretical matchups.

Polling Mechanism

  1. An endpoint DNS consists of an AIP and a source DNS. The source DNS implements the polling mechanism which communicates with other DNSs as a hub for polling. (Web site)

Polling Centres

  1. In some areas, generally those where some polling centres are relatively inaccessible, such as India, elections often take several days. (Web site)

Internal Polling

  1. Internal polling suggests that at best, we are taking 70-75% of these voters.

George Gallup

  1. Polling as we know it today began in 1936, when a young statistician named George Gallup conducted the first poll using statistical modeling.

Public Policy Polling

  1. The reason is a new poll out of Ohio, where Public Policy Polling now shows the race dead-even at 45-45.

Public Opinion Polling

  1. George Gallup (1901-1984) was a pioneer in the field of public opinion polling. (Web site)

Polling Locations

  1. Many voters, out of habit, reported to polling locations that were no longer theirs. (Web site)

Polling Location

  1. Through this program, the Montgomery County Board of Elections is able to fulfill its obligation of providing maximum coverage at each polling location.

Polling Site

  1. Of course that doesn't explain the man who showed up at a polling site this morning in Orlando wanting to vote, Cowles conceded.

Polling Sites

  1. Even with the increase, Tremblay said that insurgents do not have the ability to widely disrupt voting at the country's 6,500 or so polling sites. (Web site)
  2. We demand that all new democracies grant unhindered access to polling sites for international observers, but only one of our 50 states (Missouri) does that.

Polling Officers

  1. Polling officers are often asked to help illiterate voters cast their votes, which can lead to vote rigging. (Web site)

Polling Center

  1. Madhav Kumar Nepal cast his vote along with his father and son at a polling center in Koteshwor in Kathmandu District.
  2. GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan--Young voters in Deh Yak District here wait their turn to enter the polling center and cast their vote Sept.
  3. In Chajul, Quiche two elderly women were crushed to death in line when voters pressed in to the late to open polling center.

Polling Booth

  1. In one Baghdad neighborhood, relatives who had just lost a family member in a bombing walked down to the polling booth to vote. (Web site)
  2. The Nepali Congress (NC) cadres attempted to capture a polling booth in a constituency in Siraha District.
  3. Then you reward and punish at the polling booth in the next election. (Web site)

Polling Day

  1. If they really got 3,000 signatures, it means that Mr. Roy will get at least 3,000 votes on polling day. (Web site)

Polling Station

  1. The Presiding Officer with the assistance of polling officers conducts the poll at a polling station.
  2. All voters receive their personal ballot by mail and may either cast it at a polling station or mail it back. (Web site)
  3. A secret ballot, the standard way to protect voters' political privacy, generally takes place at a polling station. (Web site)

Polling Stations

  1. Voting in the pilots was carried out on voting machines in the polling stations using touch screens.

Testing

  1. On election day, a statistically significant number of voting machines can be randomly selected from polling locations and used for testing. (Web site)
  2. Zogby International is constantly searching, testing and measuring hypotheses and principles on polling and public opinion research.

Control Unit

  1. The Control Unit is with the Presiding Officer or a Polling Officer and the Balloting Unit is placed inside the voting compartment.

Device

  1. The Device Driver Organization section described a device driver that relied on polling to clear the receive DMA ring. (Web site)
  2. Such arrangements usually require a polling mechanism under the control of a master station to ensure that only one device transmits at a time.

Summer

  1. Over the summer, Libertarian Bob Barr was polling at 6% in two consecutive polls by Zogby. (Web site)

Opinion Polling

  1. Quota sampling is a method of sampling widely used in opinion polling and market research. (Web site)
  2. George Gallup in Hollywoodis a fascinating look at the film industry's use of opinion polling in the 1930s and '40s.
  3. Alaska: Tony Knowles lost by nearly 3% after staying in a statistical dead heat with incumbent Lisa Murkowski in opinion polling throughout the summer.

Research

  1. Opinion polling and survey sampling provide well known examples of this type of research.

Little

  1. Although Mr. Romney's December speech was well-received by political pundits, it did little to move his polling numbers. (Web site)
  2. Opinion polling and independent economic research in Iceland has revealed little or no appetite for whale meat, IFAW points out. (Web site)

Problem

  1. Without the AP performing the polling, you don't acutally solve this so called "hidden node" problem.

Violence

  1. Foreign jihadists, on the other hand, tried to disrupt the voting in Sunni areas by violence, including an attack on a polling center in Ramad. (Web site)
  2. Polling day passed without major violence, prompting American commanders and Afghan politicians to write off the Taliban as a fading force. (Web site)

Bavaria

  1. In 1878 he joined a colony of American painters established by Frank Duveneck in Polling, Bavaria.

Surveys

  1. They should be aware of ethical issues associated with polling and surveys and in the summarization of the outcomes of statistical studies.
  2. Surveys of human populations and institutions are common in political polling and government, health, social science and marketing research.

Registered

  1. Polling centres in Sydney and Victoria opened at 7am (AEDT) for nearly 12,000 Iraqi expatriates who have registered to vote.

Candidates

  1. The official campaign lasts at least two weeks from the drawing up of the list of nominated candidates, and officially ends 48 hours before polling closes.
  2. Publius allows you to view your ballot, polling location, and find out about candidates. (Web site)

Public

  1. Polling, public and private, suggests Novick could well pull the upset in Tuesday's primary.
  2. I haven't seen any public or internal polling on this race.

Officials

  1. Election Commission (EC) officials said that polling might resume in some of these centres after negotiation with political parties.
  2. Intense efforts by officials to lure or coerce voters to polling stations could be an important factor as well, he said. (Web site)
  3. To keep order and make sure the lines at polling places don't become intolerable, officials will hand anyone not on their lists a provisional ballot. (Web site)

Press

  1. Instead of issuing a ballot paper, the Polling Officer in-charge of the Control Unit will press the Ballot Button.

Subject

  1. I've done a lot of polling among astrologers on this subject. (Web site)

Decision

  1. David Laws, the LibDem MP, said on Any Questions on Friday that any such decision would not be taken until after polling day.

Whether

  1. Internet voting (whether at polling places or off-site) provides avenues of system attack to the entire planet. (Web site)

Error

  1. Perhaps most importantly, there are many different sources of error in polling, and variance due to sample size is not likely to be the only contribution.

Everyone

  1. Second, once we are polling 5% in electorate votes, everyone will know it is safe to give the Alliance their party vote.

Number

  1. Try to strike a balance between the number of objects monitored, the polling interval, and the resource usage on the host on which the agent is running.

Obama

  1. I don't know if that's right -- I think that everyone, including me, expected Obama to be polling better at this point.
  2. Obama among likely Democratic primary voters in Ohio and Pennsylvania," said Peter Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.

Support

  1. At one point, the NDP fell to a low of 6 percent support in polling. (Web site)
  2. Polling shows a widespread decline in support among Muslims for suicide bombing and for bin Laden.

Greens

  1. In recent months the Alliance have been polling around 2% while the Greens have been polling around 7%. (Web site)

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