polled


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

polled

(pōld)
adj.
Having no horns; hornless.

polled

an individual animal of a normally horned breed, or a breed of a normally horned species, that does not grow horns. Selection for polledness amongst horned breeds has produced some remarkable breeds, e.g. polled Dorset, polled Hereford.
References in periodicals archive ?
At PS28, 150 votes were polled out of 1,400 registered votes while at PS27, 248 votes were polled out of 1,667 till 1400 hours.
Almost half of the executives polled (47 percent) said partnerships often fail without real collaboration, while 45 percent said failure occurs in the absence of integration.
But the fact that the policies polled well became a powerful tool of persuasion for Clinton and his centrist aides to use.
It is harder to "communicate corporate values instead of picnic info," to explain how competition affects organizations, especially now that the media are becoming both more plentiful and more simplistic, according to many of those polled.
78% of those polled said their organization has at least 10% of their endowment assets invested in alternatives.
At polling station number 104 in rural area Suraj Miani of NA-151, Government Islamia Jafria school, just below 50 percent votes were polled till 11am.
For example, if the universe is re-defined to be: "Pollsters who polled on more than 4 statewide contests," then the most accurate polling firm is Valley Research, of Salt Lake City, with an average error of 2.
According to the survey, 74% of those polled agreed with the statement "Computerized voting systems should produce a paper audit record," while only 21% of those polled agreed with the statement "Computerized voting systems do not need to produce a paper record.
According to the poll of 650 people aged 50 or older conducted by Chamberlain Research Consultants of Madison, 57 percent of seniors polled believe that AARP's acceptance of royalties from United HealthCare constitutes a serious conflict of interest in AARP's attempts to halt the Blue Cross conversion, while only 14 percent believe it is not a conflict.