Specifically, the register of the names of electors who may vote in an election.
The casting or recording of the votes of registered electors; as, the close of the poll.
The place where the votes are cast or recorded; as, to go to the polls.
To register or deposit, as a vote; to elicit or call forth, as votes or voters; as, he polled a hundred votes more than his opponent.
To vote at an election.
The counting of votes cast for or against a proposition, especially at company meetings of the shareholders. Usually matters will be decided by a show of hands of those present (one vote each) and a poll will be held only if demanded. On a poll, each share normally has one vote but special voting rights may be conferred by the Articles of Association.
When a company has a poll vote, each shareholder has one vote for each share they own.
Another word for an election.
Another term for vote or election.
A special post providing polling function. A Tamado member can cast one and only one vote to a specific topic. Non-registered users are not allowed to poll.
the counting of votes (as in an election)
vote in an election at a polling station
get the votes of
a ballot on paper, as opposed to the normal method of voting at company meetings which is a show of hands
a formal count of votes on a resolution, and would give recognition to plural voting rights where available
a message you can post that lets people vote
a method of voting on a motion where votes are cast in writing
a multiple-choice question which visitors can vote on
an excellent way to find out what the people (including the teachers) want before he votes than to represent them
a special kind of topic, in which a question is put publicly, inviting opinion from other members in the form of votes and comments
a topic where members can vote on a series of given options
List or record or persons, esp. for taxing or voting; one head or taxable person.
Ascertaining the will of the shareholders at a general meeting of the company by counting shareholders' votes according to the size of their share holdings. On a poll a proxy may vote.
To ask how each member of a group individually voted. Typically, the court clerk will call the names of each individual juror to record his or her vote for the record.
List or record of persons, especially for taxing or voting.
A sampling or collection of opinions on a subject. Also, the place where people vote.
used in early tax records denoting a taxable person; person eligible to vote.
a survey of people (usually voters) that is taken to find out which candidate or issue they might vote for.
list or record of person, especially for taxing or voting.
Voting at a meeting of shareholders is governed by the Articles of Association. The first vote is usually taken on a show of hands where each shareholder is entitled to one vote. A poll can then be demanded and votes are counted on the basis that those present have one vote for each share they hold. Who can ask for a poll is usually dictated by the Articles of Association. However, there is an overriding right for five shareholders together or a lesser number holding not less than one-tenth of the total votes or the paid up share capital on shares carrying votes to demand a poll
A thread that allows you to vote your own opinion.