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Reload div after form submission success

Reload div after form submission success

Reload div after form submission success

I have a classic asp site that is being partially updated to html5 and responsive design. There is a poll in an iframe that I am trying to move to a div. To do this I used

CODE -->

$.get('Poll/poll.asp', function(data) {

This loads the page/content into the div without issue. On the poll itself, I changed the action and method to onsubmit="return subpoll" .
I am serializing the form data successfully and submitting the form:

CODE -->

$(function subpoll() {
    //hang on event of form with id=formPoll
      $(document).on('submit', '#formPoll', function(e) {
        //prevent Default functionality

        //do your own request an handle the results
                url: 'Poll/poll.asp',
                type: 'post',
                dataType: 'json',
                data: $("#formPoll").serialize(),
success: function(data){
   if(data.success == true){ // if true (1)
      $("#poll").load(" #poll > *");

After I submit the form I have to refresh the page manually to see the results. I have tried many things in the data.success function without any luck. I need to reload the div with the poll results after successful submission. I am a novice with jquery/ajax/json so I may be missing something simple but I am beyond my abilities here. Poll/poll.asp submits to itself and shows the results as well. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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