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New York Post
‘Game of Thrones’ pollster predicts who’s next to go at White HouseWinter is coming to the White House and a pollster has the line on who’s next t
New York Post / Posted 9 days ago
Winter is coming to the White House and a pollster has the line on who’s next to go. Ipsos Public Affairs correctly predicted which “Game of Thrones” character would perish in the season finale of the hit HBO show and decided to use its polling... Read more
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The Hill
‘Game of Thrones’ polling company takes on White House shakeupsgo in the Trump White House. As the seventh season of “Game of Thrones,” wrapp
The Hill / Posted 9 days ago
go in the Trump White House. As the seventh season of “Game of Thrones,” wrapped up last month, survey-based research firm Ipsos Public Affairs conducted a poll asking Americans which character would die next on the HBO show, known for killing off... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Alarm bells for political partiesEFF, which gained 6.35% in 2014, was at 5%. But the survey indicates a huge dr
News 24 South Africa / Posted 20 days ago
EFF, which gained 6.35% in 2014, was at 5%. But the survey indicates a huge drop of support for the ANC, from 62% to 47%. Ipsos public affairs director Mari Harris cautions it is still too early to predict the outcome of the 2019 general... Read more
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FSView
Study: How America pays for collegevaluable insight into factors that have the potential to shape the future of hi
FSView / Posted 26 days ago
valuable insight into factors that have the potential to shape the future of higher education policies and practices,” Ipsos Public Affairs Senior Vice President Julia Clark said in a statement. Read or Share this story:... Read more
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NJ.com
New Jersey moves to regulate -- and tax -- fantasy sportsof fantasy sports betting, which attracted some 57.4 million players in the U.S
NJ.com / Posted 29 days ago
of fantasy sports betting, which attracted some 57.4 million players in the U.S. and Canada, according to a study by Ipsos Public Affairs completed for the Fantasy Sports Trade Association in 2016. But if you're worried about Trenton... Read more

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