In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- A number of other civic-related questions were included in the opinion poll.
- I heard Dr Choudhary saying on the Radio that your opinion poll was questionable.
- A new opinion poll on Friday of last week again put the two left opposition candidates way out in front.
- Bad news for the Government came with an opinion poll showing that most people backed the firefighters' side.
- The vote will become even less distinguishable from an opinion poll than it already is.
- In the absence of an opinion poll, it is difficult accurately to assess the mood.
- Every opinion poll shows that the public, rightly, place far higher trust in television news than in other forms of media.
- The opinion poll will reveal the public's verdict on what level of council tax should be set for next year.
- An opinion poll indicated a decline in his popularity after the decision.
- A recent opinion poll found 81 percent of Londoners back tube workers taking action over safety.
- A recent opinion poll found him to be the best known Scottish politician with the highest recognition rating.
- An opinion poll last weekend showed that almost one in ten people were already prepared to support the new alliance.
- With all that, the wonder is that the party still had 30 percent support in the latest opinion poll.
- This is where political parties conduct a fake opinion poll in order to plant certain ideas in the electorate's mind.
- The city also erected billboards around the city to inform citizens of the opinion poll.
- It would please me never to see an opinion poll on a news broadcast ever again.
- Nearly half of teenagers quizzed in an opinion poll thought banned drugs were sold or used in Bradford on Avon every day.
- An opinion poll last week showed there is widespread sympathy for the strikes.
- But first I have to find an actual opinion poll that asks the questions I think have been asked.
- It is actually much worse than an opinion poll because, unlike a well designed survey, its result is biased.
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