Election polling is the process of surveying the public, which involves asking respondents questions about their political preferences and participation in elections. Election polls are done through surveys, focus groups, telephone interviews, etc. The results of election polls are often used by political parties to better understand voter preferences and better prepare for elections.
Election polls are widely used in many democratic countries to predict election results. The polls are most often conducted by independent researchers to understand how voting is likely to develop. Many election polls are conducted before elections to assess voter preferences and electability. Polls are also a good method of predicting election results, as they help determine who is more likely to win the election. Election polls are also widely used by political parties to test public opinion on their programs. Political parties conduct election polls to understand how voters think about their election programs and whether they are willing to support them. Political parties can also use the results of election polls to focus on topics that are particularly important to voters. Election polls are also widely used by the media to determine how voters view candidates. The media can use the results of polls to determine what goals are important to voters, as well as to understand how voters rate a particular candidate. Election poll results are widely used by the media as a tool for deciding how and when to focus on a particular candidate.