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Business Wire
Airlines for America Statement on Senate FAA Reauthorization Billwe serve and our overall U.S. economy. Just last week, A4A announced the result
Airlines for America Statement on Senate FAA Reauthorization Bill
Business Wire / Posted 11 days ago
we serve and our overall U.S. economy. Just last week, A4A announced the results of a nationwide study conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs, which found that flying is affordable and accessible, and that 80 percent of airline customers were... Read more
13d
Literary Minded
51-49 to Labor; Fairfax-Ipsos: 50-50 –51-49 in SA. president of the solipsist society Indeed, after studying approv
51-49 to Labor; Fairfax-Ipsos: 50-50 –
Literary Minded / Posted 13 days ago
51-49 in SA. president of the solipsist society Indeed, after studying approval ratings for leaders in contests past, [Ipsos public affairs director Jessica Elgood] says: “I can’t see anybody who has come from such a low approval rating to then... Read more
13d
The Aero-News Network
A4A Survey: Air Travel Is Affordable, Accessiblemodel has made air travel more accessible to Americans of all income levels.”
A4A Survey: Air Travel Is Affordable, Accessible
The Aero-News Network / Posted 13 days ago
model has made air travel more accessible to Americans of all income levels.” The survey, conducted in December 2015 by Ipsos Public Affairs, looked at who was traveling by air, why, where and how often; asked travelers to rate their air travel... Read more
15d
Zawya
Canada PM vows tougher controls after stumble over Saudi arms dealthe previous government did on respecting our principles, our values and indeed
Canada PM vows tougher controls after stumble over Saudi arms deal
Zawya / Posted 15 days ago
the previous government did on respecting our principles, our values and indeed our laws." Trudeau did not give details. Ipsos Public Affairs pollster Darrell Bricker said the affair was "a little elite in its orientation," and therefore unlikely... Read more
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15d
Swissinfo
In London, Obama to wade into Brexit debate 'as a friend'reveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote,
In London, Obama to wade into Brexit debate 'as a friend'
Swissinfo / Posted 15 days ago
reveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote, said Chris Jackson, a vice president at Ipsos Public Affairs. Obama, who is popular in Britain, could potentially craft a powerful emotional argument to reframe the... Read more
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15d
Channel NewsAsia
In London, Obama to wade into Brexit debate 'as a friend'reveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote,
In London, Obama to wade into Brexit debate 'as a friend'
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 15 days ago
reveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote, said Chris Jackson, a vice president at Ipsos Public Affairs. Obama, who is popular in Britain, could potentially craft a powerful emotional argument to reframe the... Read more
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15d
The Star
In London, Obama to wade into Brexit debate 'as a friend'reveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote,
In London, Obama to wade into Brexit debate 'as a friend'
The Star / Posted 15 days ago
reveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote, said Chris Jackson, a vice president at Ipsos Public Affairs. Obama, who is popular in Britain, could potentially craft a powerful emotional argument to reframe the... Read more
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15d
Japan Today
U.S. airlines boost performance, but passengers' complaints still rising ‹ Japan Todayflew in the last year were satisfied with their experience. The online survey o
U.S. airlines boost performance, but passengers' complaints still rising ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 15 days ago
flew in the last year were satisfied with their experience. The online survey of 3,019 people was conducted in December by Ipsos Public Affairs. Ipsos said that young people and those earning less than $50,000 a year are flying more often than... Read more
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16d
Newsmax
Hawaiian, Alaska Airlines Tops in Being On Time, Worst Is ...flew in the last year were satisfied with their experience. The online survey o
Hawaiian, Alaska Airlines Tops in Being On Time, Worst Is ...
Newsmax / Posted 16 days ago
flew in the last year were satisfied with their experience. The online survey of 3,019 people was conducted in December by Ipsos Public Affairs. Ipsos said that young people and those earning less than $50,000 a year are flying more often than... Read more
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16d
The Huffington Post
Obama To Wade Into Thorny Brexit Debate On London Tripreveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote,
Obama To Wade Into Thorny Brexit Debate On London Trip
The Huffington Post / Posted 16 days ago
reveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote, said Chris Jackson, a vice president at Ipsos Public Affairs. Obama, who is popular in Britain, could potentially craft a powerful emotional argument to motivate... Read more
16d
Reuters
In London, Obama to wade into thorny Brexit debatereveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote,
In London, Obama to wade into thorny Brexit debate
Reuters / Posted 16 days ago
reveals "Out" supporters are more "fired up" and motivated to turn out to vote, said Chris Jackson, a vice president at Ipsos Public Affairs. Obama, who is popular in Britain, could potentially craft a powerful emotional argument to motivate... Read more
16d
The Seattle Times
Alaska, Hawaiian airlines most likely to be on timeflew in the last year were satisfied with their experience. The online survey o
Alaska, Hawaiian airlines most likely to be on time
The Seattle Times / Posted 16 days ago
flew in the last year were satisfied with their experience. The online survey of 3,019 people was conducted in December by Ipsos Public Affairs. Ipsos said that young people and those earning less than $50,000 a year are flying more often than... Read more
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17d
Business Wire
Air Travel is Affordable, Accessible and Vast Majority of Travelers Satisfied with Overall Experience, According to New National Surveymodel has made air travel more accessible to Americans of all income levels.”
Air Travel is Affordable, Accessible and Vast Majority of Travelers Satisfied with Overall Experience, According to New National Survey
Business Wire / Posted 17 days ago
model has made air travel more accessible to Americans of all income levels.” The survey, conducted in December 2015 by Ipsos Public Affairs, looked at who was traveling by air, why, where and how often; asked travelers to rate their air travel... Read more
18d
Business Wire
77% of Americans Don’t Understand How to Safely Withdraw from Their Nest Eggs in Retirementwhen it comes to ways to avoid running out of money in retirement. The 2016 sur
77% of Americans Don’t Understand How to Safely Withdraw from Their Nest Eggs in Retirement
Business Wire / Posted 18 days ago
when it comes to ways to avoid running out of money in retirement. The 2016 survey, released today and conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs, reveals that 77 percent of Americans over the age of 40 do not know how much of their retirement... Read more
20d
New York Post
In a race to outshock the viewer, ‘quality’ shows become ever more immoralbe the lower part of the vagina,” said one contestant, whom Harvey high-fived.
In a race to outshock the viewer, ‘quality’ shows become ever more immoral
New York Post / Posted 20 days ago
be the lower part of the vagina,” said one contestant, whom Harvey high-fived. According to a survey released last week by Ipsos Public Affairs, 78% of Americans said they often heard people cursing in public, up 35% from ten years ago. It... Read more
25d
Daily Mail
Good news Donald! American voters increasingly don't care if you swearearly on in the primary election cycle was expected to be yet another thing to
Good news Donald! American voters increasingly don't care if you swear
Daily Mail / Posted 25 days ago
early on in the primary election cycle was expected to be yet another thing to derail his campaign. But new numbers from Ipsos Public Affairs show that Americans increasingly don't care if people swear in public, a notion that applies to... Read more

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