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vox populi

[voks pop-yuh-lahy] /ˈvɒks ˈpɒp yəˌlaɪ/
the voice of the people; popular opinion.
Origin of vox populi
< Latin vōx populī Unabridged
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vox populi

the voice of the people; popular or public opinion
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1540s, Latin, literally "voice of the people." The full maxim (first attested in Medieval Latin) is vox populi, vox Dei "the voice of the people is the voice of God." Short form vox pop attested by 1964.

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