Vox pop

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Vox populi [1] is a Latin phrase that literally means "voice of the people". It is used in English in the meaning "the opinion of the majority of the people".[2] In journalism, vox pop or person on the street refers to short interviews with members of the public.[3]


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  1. "Vox Populi"
  2. "Random House"
  3. "Interviewing for Journalists" by Sally Adams, Psychology Press, 2001 isbn=978-0-415-22914-2
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