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  • n. An opinion poll designed to produce specific results and "push" a certain narrative by influencing the views of respondents.

Etymologies

From push (“to sell or promote”) +‎ poll (“survey”). (Wiktionary)

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  • (fr. Wordspy, n.) A series of calls, masquerading as a public-opinion poll, in which people who support a particular candidate offer negative information about a rival candidate.

    May 14, 2008