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EuroNews
Nearly half of UK exporters yet to do Brexit rethink - surveymanage without one if necessary. Sterling fell in response. Of the more than 1,
EuroNews / Posted 2 hours ago
manage without one if necessary. Sterling fell in response. Of the more than 1,000 exporting firms surveyed by polling firm YouGov for Lloyds, 85 percent send exports to the EU and the bloc was the main market for 54 percent of them. Twenty-seven... Read more
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Reuters
Nearly half of UK exporters yet to do Brexit rethink: surveywithout one if necessary. Sterling fell in response. Of the more than 1,000 ex
Reuters / Posted 3 hours ago
without one if necessary. Sterling fell in response. Of the more than 1,000 exporting firms surveyed by polling firm YouGov for Lloyds, 85 percent send exports to the EU and the bloc was the main market for 54 percent of them. Twenty-seven... Read more
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B&T
Rather Odd) Pizza Study: Just 11% Of Pepperoni Fans Use An App To Order Their Pizzasand Australians are the most likely of all the nations surveyed to order theirs
B&T / Posted 12 hours ago
and Australians are the most likely of all the nations surveyed to order theirs home delivered. The study by research firm YouGov interviewed pizza lovers from nine APAC countries including Australia, China, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Thailand and... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Do Tattoos Harm Your Career Prospects?almost a third of Aussies aged between 35 and 44 being inked. 13% have consider
Lifehacker Australia / Posted yesterday
almost a third of Aussies aged between 35 and 44 being inked. 13% have considered having their ink removed, according to a YouGov survey of 1000 people. But does ink impact employment prospects? The same survey found 11% of women - who are more... Read more
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B&T
48% Of Aussies Hate Tattoos & 13% Want Their Tatts Removedis about tattoos, and if there’s one industry that doesn’t mind getting itself
B&T / Posted yesterday
is about tattoos, and if there’s one industry that doesn’t mind getting itself inked it’s adland. However, a new study by YouGov has found that 48 per cent of Aussies view tattoos negatively compared with 43 per cent who have a more positive view... Read more
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Canberra Times
Could thumbprints substitute for PINs? Visa thinks sosurvey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable wit
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
survey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable with the idea. The poll of 500 Australians by YouGov found more than half of respondents were happy to use their thumbprint, retina or voice when making a payment. The... Read more
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CBS News
Polls: Trump team’s meeting with Russian lawyer was inappropriatemeeting was not appropriate. Just 23 percent said it was appropriate, and 25 pe
CBS News / Posted yesterday
meeting was not appropriate. Just 23 percent said it was appropriate, and 25 percent had no opinion. And in an Economist/YouGov poll also released Wednesday, 49 percent of Americans said the meeting between the Russian government attorney and Mr.... Read more
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WA Today
Could thumbprints substitute for PINs? Visa thinks sosurvey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable wit
WA Today / Posted yesterday
survey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable with the idea. The poll of 500 Australians by YouGov found more than half of respondents were happy to use their thumbprint, retina or voice when making a payment. The... Read more
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The Age
Could thumbprints substitute for PINs? Visa thinks sosurvey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable wit
The Age / Posted yesterday
survey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable with the idea. The poll of 500 Australians by YouGov found more than half of respondents were happy to use their thumbprint, retina or voice when making a payment. The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Could thumbprints substitute for PINs? Visa thinks sosurvey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable wit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
survey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable with the idea. The poll of 500 Australians by YouGov found more than half of respondents were happy to use their thumbprint, retina or voice when making a payment. The... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Could thumbprints substitute for PINs? Visa thinks sosurvey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable wit
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
survey commissioned by Visa suggests consumers are getting more comfortable with the idea. The poll of 500 Australians by YouGov found more than half of respondents were happy to use their thumbprint, retina or voice when making a payment. The... Read more
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express
Cancer SHOCK figures: Diagnosis can ‘quadruple’ the cost of travel insurancehas called on the travel insurance industry to insurance more affordable for pe
express / Posted yesterday
has called on the travel insurance industry to insurance more affordable for people living with cancer. A new youGov poll conducted on more than 2,000 cancer patients found that two per cent are being denied insurance policies despite... Read more
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The New Statesman
Piers Morgan calls female journalist “petal” – while boasting about his fake scoopto 27,500, from 5,000 before the leadership challenge to Corbyn last year. Add
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
to 27,500, from 5,000 before the leadership challenge to Corbyn last year. Add in Labour’s polling lead – the most recent YouGov survey put it eight points ahead of the Tories – and “momentum” is a feeling as well as a name. The group thinks it... Read more
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CBS News
Why emoji in the workplace get a frowny facesurprisingly, millennials are inveterate emoji users, according to a new survey
CBS News / Posted yesterday
surprisingly, millennials are inveterate emoji users, according to a new survey from Microsoft (MSFT) and the research firm YouGov. Almost nine out of 10 millennials use emoji at work with co-workers whom they consider friends, although they're less... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sustainable North Sea cod wins Marine Stewardship Council’s blue tickthe industry said. It is hoped the certification will end confusion over wheth
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
the industry said. It is hoped the certification will end confusion over whether people should be eating the fish, after a YouGov poll of 2,146 Britons revealed 35% did not know if it was sustainable, while 28% thought it was and the same number... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
People on right and left fed up with President Trump jokes, intrigueseem to be asking Americans how concerned they are about the issue. In a poll o
Detroit Free Press / Posted yesterday
seem to be asking Americans how concerned they are about the issue. In a poll of 1,500 people conducted by the Economist/YouGov last month, Russian involvement in the election wasn't listed among 15 issues respondents might consider most... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
One Year On, Theresa May Keeps Fragile Grip On Her Job As British Prime Ministerask other parties to 'clarify and improve' its policies and delaying most parli
KPBS San Diego / Posted 2 days ago
ask other parties to 'clarify and improve' its policies and delaying most parliamentary business until the autumn." A new YouGov poll shows May's Conservatives eight points behind the Labour Party. That means if another election were held... Read more
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Daily Mirror
No, a watchdog hasn't said 'students voted twice for Jeremy Corbyn'oil propaganda" by also saying it was an ambition to wipe out £100bn of histori
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
oil propaganda" by also saying it was an ambition to wipe out £100bn of historic student debt, but not promising to do so. YouGov estimated Labour had an incredible 66% of the vote among 18 and 19-year-olds, compared with 19% for the... Read more
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express
Brexit talks must not lose sight of immigration issue, says ROSS CLARKwill be a burden on our welfare state and public services. If the Government i
express / Posted 2 days ago
will be a burden on our welfare state and public services. If the Government is slipping on this the public is not. In a YouGov poll held two weeks ago Leave voters stated that this remained either an "important" or "very important" part of the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Bury Times
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Gazette
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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guardian-series
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Harrow Times
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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This is West Country
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Gazette News
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Bolton News
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Fifth of young people ‘alter’ selfies before posting thempoll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had d
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
poll commissioned by The Diana Award found that 19% of 10-to-16-year-olds had done so, compared to just 8% of adults. The YouGov findings were released to mark the charity’s #MyTrueSelfie campaign which encourages people to take an unfiltered,... Read more
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eWeek
Microsoft Lowers Friction Between Skype Experiences on Windows 10reading Emoji use in the workplace is common, but not indiscriminate, among mi
eWeek / Posted 3 days ago
reading Emoji use in the workplace is common, but not indiscriminate, among millennials, found a survey conducted by YouGov and commissioned by Microsoft. A whopping 88 percent said they use emoticons at work while communicating with... Read more
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express
Had enough of Merkel? One-third of Bavarians want to become INDEPENDENT from Germanystate, according to a new poll. One-third of Bavarians would like to become in
express / Posted 3 days ago
state, according to a new poll. One-third of Bavarians would like to become independent from Germany The shock YouGov poll has revealed a huge amount of support for a Bavarian break-away, with support also at 20 per cent or above in... Read more
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Scotsman
Tourists ‘put off’ by wind farms and quarriesscenic areas in Scotland by large developments such as wind farms, pylons and s
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
scenic areas in Scotland by large developments such as wind farms, pylons and super-quarries, a new poll has found. The YouGov survey commissioned by conservation charity the John Muir Trust found 55 per cent are “less likely” to visit beauty... Read more
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walesonline
Graduating? It's time to mark students' great achievementshas happened the extent of recorded mental health problems among students has r
walesonline / Posted 3 days ago
has happened the extent of recorded mental health problems among students has risen alarmingly. In August last year, a YouGov survey of British students found more than a quarter had experienced problems of some sort, with depression and... Read more
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metro
Why is no one talking about post-graduate depression?but a much deeper issue. One in four undergraduates experience mental health i
metro / Posted 3 days ago
but a much deeper issue. One in four undergraduates experience mental health issues during their studies according to YouGov, but there is little said of the awful feeling post graduation that leaves students feeling anxious, upset and... Read more
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The Washington Times
Vigorous economy, productivity thrive despite media mayhem, Trump attackswhat they want in life; 4 percent of Republicans, 10 percent of independents an
The Washington Times / Posted 4 days ago
what they want in life; 4 percent of Republicans, 10 percent of independents and 7 percent of Democrats agree. Source: A YouGov poll of 6,241 U.S. adults conducted Saturday and released Sunday. • Annoying prattle, facts to... Read more
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metro
Tories deny plans to form cross-party Brexit alliance with Labourby left-leaning Momentum activists and pro-leave Conservatives fearing it could
metro / Posted 4 days ago
by left-leaning Momentum activists and pro-leave Conservatives fearing it could lead to a compromise on a hard Brexit. A YouGov poll conducted after last month’s election found 51% of respondents would prefer Brexit be negotiated by a cross-party... Read more
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NBC News
Camilla at 70: has the duchess finally won British hearts?are warming to the idea of Camilla as their queen. In 2005, only 7 percent thou
NBC News / Posted 4 days ago
are warming to the idea of Camilla as their queen. In 2005, only 7 percent thought she should be queen, according to a YouGov poll. Fast forward to a 2015 YouGov poll and 53 percent of the public thought she should be queen consort, with 32... Read more
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express
Brexit regret? Latest poll dispels remorse claims as HALF of Britons STILL want to leave45 per cent of Britons said leaving was the wrong decision. Forth three per ce
express / Posted 5 days ago
45 per cent of Britons said leaving was the wrong decision. Forth three per cent said they still wanted to leave, in the YouGov poll for the Times. Among Leave voters in April 85 per cent still wanted to leave, indicating 15 per cent regretted... Read more
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Deseret News
Older Americans are cheating more, while younger ones cheat less52 percent. In 2013, he wrote, 27 percent of those diagnosed with HIV in Americ
Deseret News / Posted 5 days ago
52 percent. In 2013, he wrote, 27 percent of those diagnosed with HIV in America were 50 and older. The Deseret News and YouGov recently released a survey on generational attitudes about infidelity. One of the questions is what actually counts as... Read more
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express
Could Tories’ 'summer of chaos' REALLY see Jeremy Corbyn in No10 by Autumn?Mitchell, the former Tory chief whip lashed out at Mrs May saying she was “dead
express / Posted 5 days ago
Mitchell, the former Tory chief whip lashed out at Mrs May saying she was “dead in the water" Last month, a YouGov poll showed that the Prime Minister’s favourability rating had hit an all time low and was -34. In contrast, Mr... Read more
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Salon.com
Donald Trump is a total love god — at least to his supporters. How does the left fight that?Trump’s voters still enthusiastically support him. According to new polling dat
Salon.com / Posted 5 days ago
Trump’s voters still enthusiastically support him. According to new polling data from the Economist and YouGov, Trump has an 88 percent approval rating among those people who voted for him last November — a higher proportion than... Read more
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express
Brexit commission could be made up of Labour MPsincluding ending the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice and leaving
express / Posted 5 days ago
including ending the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice and leaving the single market and customs union - but a YouGov poll found 51 per cent of people would prefer Brexit to be taken forward by a cross-party team. Ms Cooper is a known... Read more
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