polling station is a room or building where voting takes place. It may contain more than one polling set. If, for example, each polling set handled 1,000 voters and 5,000 voters are expected at Polling Station 001, there would be five polling sets there.
Location where people go to cast their votes.
a place where voters go to cast their votes in an election
Where people go to vote in elections.
A place within the polling place where an elector casts his or her vote.
these are the sites where the ballot boxes are set up so you can cast your vote.
a place where voting takes place
Location where voters go to cast their ballots.
This is the location where voting takes place, such as a school or library. When there are a large number of electors in a particular area, there may be two or more polling stations in the same room. It is for the returning officer to decide on the suitability of potential polling stations.
A polling station or polling place (the latter usage being favored in the United States) is where voters attend to cast their ballot in an election as part of the voting process in a monarchy or republic.