a poll taken of a small percentage of voters as they leave the polls, used to forecast the outcome of an election or determine the reasons for voting decisions.
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Staffers had seen the exit-poll numbers, they had heard the turnout reports, and they were feeling pretty Zen.Partying With the Senate Democrats: The Party’s Newest Stars|Michelle Cottle|November 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for exit poll
a poll taken by an organization by asking people how they voted in an election as they leave a polling station
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