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The Mercury News
New poll finds Clinton trouncing Sanders in CaliforniaGeorge "Duf" Sundheim were all tied with 6 percent. The web-based poll of 1,70
New poll finds Clinton trouncing Sanders in California
The Mercury News / Posted 3 hours ago
George "Duf" Sundheim were all tied with 6 percent. The web-based poll of 1,700 voters was conducted by the polling firm YouGov between May 4 and 16. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.47 percent for the full sample. Contact Matthew... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
North Korea endorses Donald Trump and rejects ‘dull’ Hillary Clintonstatement on 17 May with the aim of improving relations with its neighbour. Pr
North Korea endorses Donald Trump and rejects ‘dull’ Hillary Clinton
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
statement on 17 May with the aim of improving relations with its neighbour. Prior to this revelation in North Korea, a YouGov study found that Russia was the only major economy in the world that preferred the yellow-haired candidate over Ms... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Masculinity in America v the UK: which country has the manliest men?aloud how growing up in the US his son might end up defining his masculinity in
Masculinity in America v the UK: which country has the manliest men?
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 5 hours ago
aloud how growing up in the US his son might end up defining his masculinity in a different way from his father. Based on YouGov’s research, he’s probably right. When YouGov, which is headquartered in the UK,conducted the survey in early May,... Read more
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express
Brexit poll surge amid public concern at record levels of EU migrationby a separate poll revealing the struggle Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is having
Brexit poll surge amid public concern at record levels of EU migration
express / Posted 7 hours ago
by a separate poll revealing the struggle Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is having to get across his pro-EU message. A YouGov survey found almost half (45 per cent) of Labour supporters believe the party is backing Brexit or is split on the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Nearly half of Labour voters haven't even realised the party supports the EUa poll shows today. Just 55% of people who voted Labour last year said the maj
Nearly half of Labour voters haven't even realised the party supports the EU
Daily Mirror / Posted 9 hours ago
a poll shows today. Just 55% of people who voted Labour last year said the majority of its MPs back Remain, a survey for YouGov found. And 28% of Labour voters said they did not know which way the party leaned. In reality just a handful of... Read more
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dna
UK's exit from Brexit is certainly not a step forwarda campaign for this and his government has stressed upon the negative fallouts
UK's exit from Brexit is certainly not a step forward
dna / Posted yesterday
a campaign for this and his government has stressed upon the negative fallouts of leaving EU. A recent poll released by YouGov says that university degree holders or those aged below 30 are most likely to vote stay in the EU. Northern Ireland... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why career women should LIE about having childrenkids are ill it falls to me - meaning they're dispatched to granny's or put in
Why career women should LIE about having children
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
kids are ill it falls to me - meaning they're dispatched to granny's or put in front of the life-saving TV. In a recent YouGov poll, almost one in five of the women quizzed (18 per cent) revealed they've kept their plans for a family secret from... Read more
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express
Doctors face deluge when chemists are closed downcommunity pharmacies that would occur if up to 3,000 chemists closed, as Govern
Doctors face deluge when chemists are closed down
express / Posted 2 days ago
community pharmacies that would occur if up to 3,000 chemists closed, as Government figures suggest. Separate research by YouGov and commissioned by Pharmacy Voice also reveals one in four people who would normally visit a pharmacy for advice on... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
With G7 on agenda, Cameron keeps media fishing for Brexit answers awayBritain could thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59%
With G7 on agenda, Cameron keeps media fishing for Brexit answers away
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 3 days ago
Britain could thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59% of whose readers back Brexit according to a YouGov poll in March. “Britain is an amazing country, we can find our way whatever the British people choose,” Cameron... Read more
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Swissinfo
At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack's 'Brexit' probingcould thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59 percent o
At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack's 'Brexit' probing
Swissinfo / Posted 3 days ago
could thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59 percent of whose readers back Brexit according to a YouGov poll in March. “Britain is an amazing country, we can find our way whatever the British people choose,” Cameron... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack's 'Brexit' probingcould thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59 percent o
At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack's 'Brexit' probing
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
could thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59 percent of whose readers back Brexit according to a YouGov poll in March. “Britain is an amazing country, we can find our way whatever the British people choose,” Cameron... Read more
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The Star
At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack's 'Brexit' probingcould thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59 percent o
At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack's 'Brexit' probing
The Star / Posted 3 days ago
could thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59 percent of whose readers back Brexit according to a YouGov poll in March. “Britain is an amazing country, we can find our way whatever the British people choose,” Cameron... Read more
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Reuters
At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack's 'Brexit' probingcould thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59 percent o
At G7, Cameron keeps lid on press pack's 'Brexit' probing
Reuters / Posted 3 days ago
could thrive outside the EU?, he was asked by the Daily Telegraph, 59 percent of whose readers back Brexit according to a YouGov poll in March. “Britain is an amazing country, we can find our way whatever the British people choose,” Cameron... Read more
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Zawya
New online platform finds jobs for mumsTelecoms & ITUAE to give mums the opportunity to revitalise their careers and connect with e
New online platform finds jobs for mumsTelecoms & IT
Zawya / Posted 3 days ago
UAE to give mums the opportunity to revitalise their careers and connect with employers across the region. Together with YouGov, Mums@Work carried out a survey among 1,000 mums in March, contacting them by phone and email through a recruitment... Read more
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express
Now Project Fear turns its attention to the pensionersin their 60s, by 49 to 40 per cent for voters in their 70s, and by 47 to 40 for
Now Project Fear turns its attention to the pensioners
express / Posted 3 days ago
in their 60s, by 49 to 40 per cent for voters in their 70s, and by 47 to 40 for voters in their 80s. Another pollster, YouGov, asked if people are likely to vote in the referendum. A lower turnout come polling day should favour the Leave... Read more
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Scotsman
Missing young voters ‘could mean defeat for pro-EU camp’people were more interested in the personalities taking part in campaigns rathe
Missing young voters ‘could mean defeat for pro-EU camp’
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
people were more interested in the personalities taking part in campaigns rather than the issues. A survey by pollster YouGov this week found almost half of 18-24 year-olds would characterise the EU referendum campaign as “a group of old men... Read more
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Slate
Trump’s Strategy of Generating Controversy for Cable News Coverage Is Backfiringa negative one. Just 12 percent are neutral. Look to other polls and you see th
Trump’s Strategy of Generating Controversy for Cable News Coverage Is Backfiring
Slate / Posted 4 days ago
a negative one. Just 12 percent are neutral. Look to other polls and you see the same stasis. In June 2015, according to YouGov, 32 percent of Americans held a favorable view of Trump versus 60 percent who felt the reverse. Today, those numbers... Read more
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Scotsman
EU referendum poll: Celtic nations set to vote to remainRemain on 40%, just one percentage point ahead of Leave on 39%, while Don’t Kno
EU referendum poll: Celtic nations set to vote to remain
Scotsman / Posted 4 days ago
Remain on 40%, just one percentage point ahead of Leave on 39%, while Don’t Know is on 22%. The survey was conducted by YouGov. In the six Welsh polls published so far this year, Remain has been in front in four while Leave has been ahead in... Read more
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Breitbart
REVEALED: How Bad Polling Is Used To Convince People Brexit Support Is TankingUK pollsters who use larger sample sizes. For instance, Opinium has Remain in
REVEALED: How Bad Polling Is Used To Convince People Brexit Support Is Tanking
Breitbart / Posted 4 days ago
UK pollsters who use larger sample sizes. For instance, Opinium has Remain in the lead by just four points, the same as YouGov. Both companies use sample sizes twice as large as ORB. Another pollster, ICM, had Leave in the lead by four points... Read more
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The Washington Times
Poll finds 70 percent of Americans ‘unapologetic’ about Hiroshima bombA new YouGov survey conducted prior to President Obama’s visit to Japan this we
Poll finds 70 percent of Americans ‘unapologetic’ about Hiroshima bomb
The Washington Times / Posted 4 days ago
A new YouGov survey conducted prior to President Obama’s visit to Japan this week reveals that 70 percent of Americans are “unapologetic” about the atomic bomb that fell on Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945 — or the second one that hit Nagasaki three days... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The case for a free-trade revolthave gripped Europe. The downturn in support is striking in Germany, once the
The case for a free-trade revolt
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
have gripped Europe. The downturn in support is striking in Germany, once the European champion of free trade. An April YouGov poll revealed that just 17 per cent of Germans support TTIP, down from 55 per cent two years ago. TTIP cheerleader... Read more
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Scotsman
Scots SMEs urged to tackle ‘persisting’ skills gapwith 45 per cent planning to hire more staff to grow over the next five years.
Scots SMEs urged to tackle ‘persisting’ skills gap
Scotsman / Posted 4 days ago
with 45 per cent planning to hire more staff to grow over the next five years. The research, conducted in conjunction with YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), found that 74 per cent of those experiencing a skills gap... Read more
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The Local
Swexit? Support for EU plummets in Swedenresults emerge as similar surveys in the UK indicate that the upcoming referend
Swexit? Support for EU plummets in Sweden
The Local / Posted 4 days ago
results emerge as similar surveys in the UK indicate that the upcoming referendum on EU membership will be a close race. A YouGov poll released last week suggested that 40 percent of Brits will vote to remain in the EU, while 39 percent support the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Rising immigration numbers a boost for Brexit supportersto choose and go with?” “Immigration is by far the best issue for the Leave ca
Rising immigration numbers a boost for Brexit supporters
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
to choose and go with?” “Immigration is by far the best issue for the Leave campaign,” Freddie Sayers of the polling firm YouGov said in a recent report. “The more it can focus the campaign on immigration, the better it will do.” He added that... Read more
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The Washington Times
Libertarians convene to choose presidential nomineein South Korea and China are watching with much interest. Americans, meanwhile,
Libertarians convene to choose presidential nominee
The Washington Times / Posted 4 days ago
in South Korea and China are watching with much interest. Americans, meanwhile, have an opinion. According to a new YouGov survey, 70 percent of the public do not want the president to apologize for the Hiroshima bomb, or the second one that... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Most Americans Don't Prioritize Voting Rights When Votingto get some states under federal pre-clearance, to no avail.) Despite these st
Most Americans Don't Prioritize Voting Rights When Voting
The Huffington Post / Posted 4 days ago
to get some states under federal pre-clearance, to no avail.) Despite these stepped-up engagement efforts, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll reveals that a significant chunk of U.S. adults don’t have fully formed opinions about which party is more... Read more
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Aljazeera
Donald Trump's world views make world 'less safe': Pollpeople from all those countries "dislike" or "hate" the billionaire businessman
Donald Trump's world views make world 'less safe': Poll
Aljazeera / Posted 4 days ago
people from all those countries "dislike" or "hate" the billionaire businessman from New York. The market research group YouGov conducted the survey in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Mexico, Canada and Japan, for the activist network... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Coolerinstead they are moving into the undecided category, going for a third candidat
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 5 days ago
instead they are moving into the undecided category, going for a third candidate, or opting out of the race altogether” [YouGov]. Hippie-punching works. Our Famously Free Press “Sanders camp urges Trump not to ‘chicken out’ of debate”... Read more
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Pasadena Weekly
The Times They Are A-Changin'of 18- to 29-year-olds view socialism favorably, compared to only a quarter of
The Times They Are A-Changin'
Pasadena Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
of 18- to 29-year-olds view socialism favorably, compared to only a quarter of Americans over 55. A more recent January YouGov survey found that 43 percent of respondents younger than 30 viewed socialism favorably, compared to 32 percent... Read more
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Ars Technica
ISPs and pay-TV lowest-rated industries, with Comcast worst in sectorscores in the lowest-rated industry measured by the American Customer Satisfact
ISPs and pay-TV lowest-rated industries, with Comcast worst in sector
Ars Technica / Posted 5 days ago
scores in the lowest-rated industry measured by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). Other research by the YouGov BrandIndex says Comcast has significantly improved its customer satisfaction score in the past year but that it "still... Read more
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The Irish Times
Cloud not computing: the generation gap that’s proving a big problem for streamingthere’s always a “but”. The wrinkle in all of this is the fact that not everyo
Cloud not computing: the generation gap that’s proving a big problem for streaming
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
there’s always a “but”. The wrinkle in all of this is the fact that not everyone is going gaga for streaming. A YouGov survey last week produced the interesting statistic that only 6 per cent of 35-55 year olds subscribe to a music... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Barack Obama says Donald Trump is 'rattling' world leadersappraisal of Trump’s foreign policy acumen is shared by many people living in c
Barack Obama says Donald Trump is 'rattling' world leaders
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 5 days ago
appraisal of Trump’s foreign policy acumen is shared by many people living in countries friendly towards the US. In a new YouGov poll 62% of people polled in Britain said the views made them “concerned”, 75% said they “dislike or hate” his... Read more
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Online Recruitment
1 in 10 workers considering a career change in the next yearyears, with 11% considering it in the next year, according to a new poll commis
1 in 10 workers considering a career change in the next year
Online Recruitment / Posted 5 days ago
years, with 11% considering it in the next year, according to a new poll commissioned by Oxford Open Learning Trust. The YouGov survey of over 2,000 British adults, commissioned to launch the new Profession Picker tool, found that money could be... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Taliban's succession crisis will not diminish its resilienceHis business ventures and alliances with autocrats have made him a pariah among
The Taliban's succession crisis will not diminish its resilience
The New Statesman / Posted 5 days ago
His business ventures and alliances with autocrats have made him a pariah among both the public and his party. A YouGov poll published last year found that 61 per cent of voters regarded Blair as an electoral liability, while just 14 per... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New concierge company makes life more manageable for people across Oxfordshiresmall businesses and families. The 40-year-old said Organisation Unlimited has
New concierge company makes life more manageable for people across Oxfordshire
Oxford Mail / Posted 5 days ago
small businesses and families. The 40-year-old said Organisation Unlimited has been launched at the right time, after a YouGov study last year revealed that 33 per cent of British workers couldn’t take their annual leave allowance because their... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Cancer carers often act ‘out of kindness and love’ and don’t know what help is available to them - Macmillanare spending an average of 17.5 hours a week looking after a loved one with can
Cancer carers often act ‘out of kindness and love’ and don’t know what help is available to them - Macmillan
Ipswich Star / Posted 5 days ago
are spending an average of 17.5 hours a week looking after a loved one with cancer, 2.5 hours more than in 2013. The new YouGov survey also reveals that cancer carers from as young as 17 to people in their 80s are having to take on more... Read more
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Scotsman
Scottish SMEs lagging in overseas trade stakesof UK firms have done business in western Europe, but that falls to just 19 per
Scottish SMEs lagging in overseas trade stakes
Scotsman / Posted 5 days ago
of UK firms have done business in western Europe, but that falls to just 19 per cent in Scotland. The figures, compiled by YouGov on behalf of new payment platform TransferWise for Business, suggest that Scottish SMEs are missing out on the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Scottish small enterprises 'lag behind UK on international business'to be profitable and would encourage fellow UK SMEs to do the same." The resea
Scottish small enterprises 'lag behind UK on international business'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
to be profitable and would encourage fellow UK SMEs to do the same." The research was carried out for TransferWise by YouGov. The total sample size for the whole of the UK was 656 SME senior decision makers - 56 in Scotland - and the figures... Read more
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The New Statesman
Tony Blair might be a toxic figure - but his influence enduresHis business ventures and alliances with autocrats have made him a pariah among
Tony Blair might be a toxic figure - but his influence endures
The New Statesman / Posted 5 days ago
His business ventures and alliances with autocrats have made him a pariah among both the public and his party. A YouGov poll published last year found that 61 per cent of voters regarded Blair as an electoral liability, while just 14 per... Read more
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Orange County Register
Bernie Sanders brings his roadshow to Cathedral Citysupporters who aren’t giving up. Winning Sanders voters over could be key for
Bernie Sanders brings his roadshow to Cathedral City
Orange County Register / Posted 6 days ago
supporters who aren’t giving up. Winning Sanders voters over could be key for Clinton in November. According to a recent YouGov poll, four in 10 Sanders supporters say their view of Clinton has gotten worse lately, and a third said they would be... Read more
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Computer Business Review
2 years to GDPR: How you can prepare for the EU data protection regulationfound that 87 percent of CIOs believe they would be exposed if the regulations
2 years to GDPR: How you can prepare for the EU data protection regulation
Computer Business Review / Posted 6 days ago
found that 87 percent of CIOs believe they would be exposed if the regulations came into force today, while research by YouGov for Netskope found that 80 percent of IT professionals in medium and large organisation were not confident of ensuring... Read more
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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | The Brexit odd squadHis business ventures and alliances with autocrats have made him a pariah among
In this week's magazine | The Brexit odd squad
The New Statesman / Posted 6 days ago
His business ventures and alliances with autocrats have made him a pariah among both the public and his party. A YouGov poll published last year found that 61 per cent of voters regarded Blair as an electoral liability, while just 14 per... Read more
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Quartz
Old white men could mansplain the UK out of Europewith an opinion are slightly more likely to vote to remain in the EU than are m
Old white men could mansplain the UK out of Europe
Quartz / Posted 6 days ago
with an opinion are slightly more likely to vote to remain in the EU than are men, according to data from YouGov. Older people, meanwhile, are the most staunch campaigners for ‘Brexit’ (in fact, the age of 41 is the tipping... Read more
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New York Magazine
Why Is Hillary Clinton Suddenly Tied in the Polls With a Widely Reviled Demagogue?her head-to-heads with Trump. In the latest batch of surveys, that range is bet
Why Is Hillary Clinton Suddenly Tied in the Polls With a Widely Reviled Demagogue?
New York Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
her head-to-heads with Trump. In the latest batch of surveys, that range is between 55 and 72 percent. In the most recent YouGov poll, 61 percent of Sanders backers voiced an unfavorable view of Clinton, while only 38 offered a favorable one — a... Read more
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Roll Call
The Trump Way on Immigration Suits Republicans, Poll Showsthe Supreme Court, which is seen as the best path for Obama’s executive orders.
The Trump Way on Immigration Suits Republicans, Poll Shows
Roll Call / Posted 6 days ago
the Supreme Court, which is seen as the best path for Obama’s executive orders. The overall sample of the Economist Group/YouGov poll was 2,000 adults and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points. Data reflect responses from... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White Houseconsidering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November ele
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White House
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 6 days ago
considering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November election altogether, according to a recent YouGov poll. None of which bodes well for Clinton, and may ultimately help Trump, the presumptive Republican opponent. The... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White Houseconsidering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November ele
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White House
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 6 days ago
considering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November election altogether, according to a recent YouGov poll. None of which bodes well for Clinton, and may ultimately help Trump, the presumptive Republican opponent. The... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White Houseconsidering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November ele
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White House
KING5 Seattle / Posted 6 days ago
considering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November election altogether, according to a recent YouGov poll. None of which bodes well for Clinton, and may ultimately help Trump, the presumptive Republican opponent. The... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White Houseconsidering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November ele
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White House
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 6 days ago
considering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November election altogether, according to a recent YouGov poll. None of which bodes well for Clinton, and may ultimately help Trump, the presumptive Republican opponent. The... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White Houseconsidering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November ele
Hillary Clinton: 'You're fired' won't work in the White House
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 6 days ago
considering voting for a third party candidate, or may sit out the November election altogether, according to a recent YouGov poll. None of which bodes well for Clinton, and may ultimately help Trump, the presumptive Republican opponent. The... Read more
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