Vox populi  is a Latin phrase that literally means "voice of the people". It is used in English in the meaning "the opinion of the majority of the people". In journalism, vox pop or person on the street refers to short interviews with members of the public.
|Document:Interfering with Laura Kuenssberg||blog post||25 November 2019||Craig Murray||It's no coincidence that it is precisely the old and the poorly educated that are the targets of Dominic Cummings’ "Brexit election” strategy. If it comes off, Laura Kuenssberg and her fellow hacks will have proven that the power of the mainstream media is as yet unbroken.|