dipstick survey
 n.— «The “dipstick” survey by the consultants also showed 93 per cent “awareness” of the new station among its potential listening audience.» —“Aberdeen’s NorthSound moves up the charts” by Mark Meredith Financial Times (London, England) Mar. 11, 1982. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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