Definition of Polling:
ballot, inquiry, absentee vote, query, question, interrogation, aye, casting vote, rhetorical question, absolute majority, ballot box, leading question, questionnaire, adoption, poll, survey, abstention, absentee ballot, block vote.
It instantly occurred to Dane that he might save the five cents which otherwise he would have given to his masters of the street railway, and be the next morning three miles nearer his work, if he spent the night in the polling- cabin.- "The-Brick-Moon-and-Other-Stories", Hale, Edward Everett.
And in Donegal, though they may rebel against their servitude and meet them foot by foot on the field or at the polling- booths, they know a gentleman when they see one, and never in their wildest moods deny his birthright.- "The Dew of Their Youth", S. R. Crockett.
Also he had arranged in those states for the " right sort" of election officers at upward of five hundred polling places, at least half of them places where several hundred votes could be shifted without danger or suspicion.- "The Plum Tree", David Graham Phillips.