This Is How to Create Polls in Google Meet

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Polling is a handy feature provided by Google Meet. As a teacher, you can use Meet polls for a variety of educational purposes including: empowering students voice by involving them in making decisions about their learning, brainstorm ideas for a topic or class event, gather feedback, and you can even use them to conduct formative assessments. 

As the moderator of the video call, you can create a poll and ask students to answer and vote for the questions. Participants are instantly notified of the poll and after the poll is over, you will be emailed a report with details on the answers and names of those who took part in the poll.  Please note that polling in Google Meet is not available for everyone but fortunately it is  available "to teachers and students with a G Suite Enterprise for Education license." 

Here is how to create and moderate polls in Google Meet as explained in Meet Help center:

Create a poll
"In a meeting, in the top-right corner, click Activities click Polls.
Click Start a poll.
Enter a question and add options for the poll.
Choose one:
To post your poll, click Launch.
To save your poll so you can launch it later, click Save.
Tip: Polls you save remain listed under Polls.

Moderate a poll
In a meeting, in the top-right corner, click Activities click Polls.
(Optional) To let participants see a poll’s results, next to "Show everyone the results", click Switch on
(Optional) To close a poll and not allow responses, click End the poll.
Tip: Participants can still view the poll.
To permanently delete a poll from your list of polls, click Delete .
Tip: No one can view deleted polls."