Vox populi ( VOKS POP-yoo-lee, -⁠lye) 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". In journalism, vox pop or man on the street refers to short interviews with members of the public.

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  • Vox populi ( VOKS POP-yoo-lee, -⁠lye) 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". In journalism, vox pop or man on the street refers to short interviews with members of the public. (en)
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  • Vox populi ( VOKS POP-yoo-lee, -⁠lye) 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". In journalism, vox pop or man on the street refers to short interviews with members of the public. (en)
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