A polling place is where you go to vote. Every four years, Americans go to their polling places2020欧洲杯时间 to cast their ballots for president.
Depending on a person's address, they're assigned an official polling place — this might be a government building, a school, a community center, or a church. On voting day, registered voters can stand in line at their polling place and vote for the people or issues they support. Polling comes from poll2020欧洲杯时间, "take the votes of," a word which originally meant "head," and came to also mean "count heads or votes."