|Presented by||Royce Frith|
|Voices of||Russ Thompson|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Original run||3 December 1961 – 1965|
Each week, a guest panel was invited to discuss a current event. Pre-selected viewers were also polled and their responses were tabulated and presented on the next show. Each episode cost an estimated $3500 (CA$), among the most expensive domestic CTV productions. CNCP Telecommunications was Telepoll's sponsor.
Glen Haw, a lawyer for the Jehovah's Witnesses sect appeared on 14 January 1961 to discuss their doctrine against blood transfusions. Haw stormed off the set following a statement by Kildare Dobbs, another panelist on that episode.
The newspaper industry was the subject of a 3 January 1965 episode. The poll on that occasion found that three-quarters of respondents felt that Canada's papers did a "good job" covering the news, although 55% of those polled indicated the papers placed too much emphasis on sensationalism.
Telepoll's debut was on 3 December 1961, two months after the CTV network began its broadcasts.
- Nolan, Michael (2001). CTV - The Network That Means Business. University of Alberta. ISBN 978-0-88864-384-1. Retrieved 2010-01-19.
- Brown, Jeremy (15 January 1962). "Religion and CTV". Toronto Star. p. 18.
- Marster, Jack (8 January 1965). "Dial Turns". Montreal: The Gazette. p. 8.
- "Weekend Previews". Montreal: The Gazette. 2 December 1961. p. 38. Retrieved 2010-04-10.