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Roll Call
North Korea Is Biggest Threat to U.S.Nearly three-fourths of Americans surveyed in the latest Economist/YouGov poll
Roll Call / Posted an hour ago
Nearly three-fourths of Americans surveyed in the latest Economist/YouGov poll believe North Korea is the country’s biggest enemy as President Donald Trump continues to issue threats to Kim Jung Un’s government on a near-daily basis. Before the U.N.... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Robots to raise wages & productivity – but it will cost four million UK jobscould fall to automation. The latest figure to instill fear over the impending
Computer Business Review / Posted 14 hours ago
could fall to automation. The latest figure to instill fear over the impending robot uprising has been revealed in a YouGov poll for the Royal Society of Arts, with the huge figure of four million being touted as the number of private sector... Read more
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ajc.com
Most don’t want ‘Dreamers’ deported, but Trump misstates numberbut not citizens. Overall, 78 percent did not want Dreamers to be deported. •
ajc.com / Posted 19 hours ago
but not citizens. Overall, 78 percent did not want Dreamers to be deported. • A Sept. 3-5 poll from The Economist and YouGov of 1,500 U.S. adults also found 55 percent of responders somewhat or strongly supported DACA, though support for the... Read more
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express
'Sorry mate, it won't work!' Nigel Farage MOCKS Cable over 'exit from Brexit' campaigncross-party action against Brexit. Speaking on his daily radio show on LBC, he
express / Posted yesterday
cross-party action against Brexit. Speaking on his daily radio show on LBC, he said: "He gave that speech today after a YouGov poll this morning had the Lib Dems now down to five per cent in the opinion polls. I don’t think that the headline... Read more
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Breitbart
Report: 4 Million British Private Sector Jobs Could be Replaced by Robots Within 10 Yearsa report. “The potential impact amounts to 15% of the current workforce in the
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
a report. “The potential impact amounts to 15% of the current workforce in the sector and emerged in a poll conducted by YouGov for the Royal Society of Arts, whose chief executive, Matthew Taylor, has been advising Downing Street on the future... Read more
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The News and Star
West Cumbrian MP shows her support for elephantselephants with a UK trade ban and do not wish to purchase ivory themselves. An
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
elephants with a UK trade ban and do not wish to purchase ivory themselves. An overwhelming 95% of respondents polled by YouGov stated that they would not be interested in purchasing antique ivory. “However, with time running out for these... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
West Cumbrian MP shows her support for elephantselephants with a UK trade ban and do not wish to purchase ivory themselves. An
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted yesterday
elephants with a UK trade ban and do not wish to purchase ivory themselves. An overwhelming 95% of respondents polled by YouGov stated that they would not be interested in purchasing antique ivory. “However, with time running out for these... Read more
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Reuters
Head of UK's anti-Brexit party appeals for help to stop EU exiton the outcome,” he said. But polls show little sign of a radical shift in pub
Reuters / Posted yesterday
on the outcome,” he said. But polls show little sign of a radical shift in public opinion against Brexit. Polling firm YouGov said a significant proportion of the 48 percent who voted against Brexit now thought the government had a duty to... Read more
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express
Deutsche Bank warning: There will be MORE Trumps and Le Pens – Europe must prepareanxiety and doubts" you have. Meanwhile, Ms Le Pen’s populism was repeated in
express / Posted yesterday
anxiety and doubts" you have. Meanwhile, Ms Le Pen’s populism was repeated in the Netherlands, with Geert Wilders. YouGov pollVoters are increasingly choosing less mainstream politicians and parties The anti-islamic and anti EU politician... Read more
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Pendle Today
Digital age sees change in childhood playing patternsit poses to future generations. "To help children thrive in this brave new wor
Pendle Today / Posted yesterday
it poses to future generations. "To help children thrive in this brave new world, we need to equip them with the skills and knowledge to navigate this digital landscape." :: YouGov surveyed 2,186 adults and 171 children online between Augus... Read more
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International Business Times
Boris Johnson's moment has passed – he offers young people nothing and they know it time voters (those aged 18 and 19), Labour was a huge 47 percentage points ahea
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
time voters (those aged 18 and 19), Labour was a huge 47 percentage points ahead in terms of votes cast, according to a YouGov survey carried out the week after polling. "For every 10 years older a voter is, their chance of voting Tory increases... Read more
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chroniclelive
10 archive images of North East children at playall-consuming technology of coloured TVs, stereo record players and the like. B
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
all-consuming technology of coloured TVs, stereo record players and the like. But, of course, that’s just one opinion). A YouGov survey for the children’s charity Barnardo’s found just 48% of 13 to 15-year-olds play outside compared with 87% of 45... Read more
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TheBull
Consumers don't trust the financial services industry: surveyconsumers, conducted by financial services specialist customer experience agenc
TheBull / Posted yesterday
consumers, conducted by financial services specialist customer experience agency Yell Creative in partnership with YouGov, asked participants to rank the five industries from most to least trusted. Over a third of respondents indicated that... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Labor edges ahead in YouGov pollSupport for Labor has edged ahead of the Coalition for the first time in 12 wee
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
Support for Labor has edged ahead of the Coalition for the first time in 12 weeks in the latest YouGov poll. Labor's primary vote is up three points to 35 per cent, with the Coalition steady on 34 per cent, One Nation on 9 per cent and the Greens... Read more
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express
Lib Dem's push for second referendum 'a turn-off' for voters - surveypushing for a second referendum to keep Britain under Brussels rule is a turn-o
express / Posted 2 days ago
pushing for a second referendum to keep Britain under Brussels rule is a turn-off for all but a few voters, according to a YouGov survey. Lib Dem's push for a second referendum is a turn-off for voters, according to a survey The revelation came... Read more
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Austin Daily Herald
AP Fact Check: Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. — In his Ti
Austin Daily Herald / Posted 2 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. — In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cable's dream of being next PM evaporates at his seaside conferenceyesterday) faced his dream of becoming the new Prime Minister evaporating at th
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
yesterday) faced his dream of becoming the new Prime Minister evaporating at the conference seaside today A new poll by YouGov for The Times (pictured) suggested fewer than one in four voters would even consider voting Liberal Democrat - while... Read more
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Gazette
Home ownership is still the aspiration for generation rent, but optimism is lowan aspiration for most British adults, with 80 per cent hoping to buy a propert
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
an aspiration for most British adults, with 80 per cent hoping to buy a property within 10 years’ time. A report by YouGov for the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), on attitudes to housing tenure, revealed that ownership is still the... Read more
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Perth Now
Creepy stalker or romantic fool?bloke, not only did he fail to win his ex-girlfriend back, half the country thi
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
bloke, not only did he fail to win his ex-girlfriend back, half the country thinks he’s a complete dropkick. A UK YouGov poll asking the country their opinion of Howard’s actions came back with only 22 per cent thinking his piano playing... Read more
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Salon.com
Bernie Sanders scoffs at Hillary Clinton’s complaint that he didn’t help her winhe added. According to an analysis done by The Washington Post, Sanders’ estim
Salon.com / Posted 3 days ago
he added. According to an analysis done by The Washington Post, Sanders’ estimate holds true. Based on data from a YouGov survey that interviewed respondents multiple times during the 2008 campaign, 24 percent of people who supported... Read more
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heraldscotland
Atheism booming in Scotland as number of those without religion risesScotland. Four per cent of those questioned preferred not to say whether or no
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
Scotland. Four per cent of those questioned preferred not to say whether or not they were religious. The Progressive/YouGov poll of 2,007 Scottish adults was carried out in between January 10 and 14, 2011. It found that 56% said they were... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Republicans Are Happy Trump Ended DACA. They're Less Sure About Deporting DREAMersis more division on what should happen to DREAMers once the program expires. Ac
KERA North Texas / Posted 3 days ago
is more division on what should happen to DREAMers once the program expires. According to an early September poll from YouGov and HuffPost, 83 percent of Republicans thought Trump "made the right decision" on ending DACA. But as for whether... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Republicans Are Happy Trump Ended DACA. They're Less Sure About Deporting DREAMersis more division on what should happen to DREAMers once the program expires. Ac
KPBS San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
is more division on what should happen to DREAMers once the program expires. According to an early September poll from YouGov and HuffPost, 83 percent of Republicans thought Trump "made the right decision" on ending DACA. But as for whether... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Number of non-religious Scots on the rise causing ‘concern’Scotland. Four per cent of those questioned preferred not to say whether or no
EveningTimes Online / Posted 3 days ago
Scotland. Four per cent of those questioned preferred not to say whether or not they were religious. The Progressive/YouGov poll of 2,007 Scottish adults was carried out in between January 10 and 14, 2011. It found that 56% said they were... Read more
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Scotsman
Dani Garavelli: Has Anas Sarwar’s gaffe-fest killed off his candidacy?only 40 per cent describing themselves as “fairly left wing” compared to 47 per
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
only 40 per cent describing themselves as “fairly left wing” compared to 47 per cent in England and Wales, according to a YouGov poll. But Leonard is busy encouraging new members to join before the October 13 deadline. In the months before... Read more
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Salon.com
The great Hillary Clinton paradoxwere to vote for Trump. What makes this omission in Clinton’s math even more g
Salon.com / Posted 4 days ago
were to vote for Trump. What makes this omission in Clinton’s math even more glaring is the fact that, according to a YouGov survey cited by Sides, in 2008, 24 percent of people who supported Clinton in the primary reported voting for McCain... Read more
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birminghammail
40 crimes everyone in Birmingham has probably committed this yeara microcrime wave is sweeping the UK - but are you a part of it? You can take
birminghammail / Posted 4 days ago
a microcrime wave is sweeping the UK - but are you a part of it? You can take our quiz below to find out. Pollsters YouGov have found that 74 per cent of British people are "micro-criminals." The most commonly committed micro-crime is... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Here are all the reasons why Americans say they binge-watch TV showsan entire day or at least an evening to sitting down and watching multiple epis
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
an entire day or at least an evening to sitting down and watching multiple episodes of a TV show at once. According to YouGov, 58 percent of Americans have engaged in binge-watching, and of that number 72% say it's how they normally consume TV... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Here are all the reasons why Americans say they binge-watch TV showsan entire day or at least an evening to sitting down and watching multiple epis
Connecticut Post / Posted 5 days ago
an entire day or at least an evening to sitting down and watching multiple episodes of a TV show at once. According to YouGov, 58 percent of Americans have engaged in binge-watching, and of that number 72% say it's how they normally consume TV... Read more
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Daily Mail
We would be CLUELESS in a zombie apocalypseWhat would YOU do in a zombie apocalypse? Most of us are ill-prepared, YouGov p
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
What would YOU do in a zombie apocalypse? Most of us are ill-prepared, YouGov poll reveals If there was an attack just 3 per cent of those 55 and over would be prepared Nine per cent of Britons clued-up for attack said they wouldn't share their... Read more
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DW
German election: Wahl-O-Mat App pairs voters with political parties |some 13.3 million users used the tool ahead of the last federal election in 201
DW / Posted 5 days ago
some 13.3 million users used the tool ahead of the last federal election in 2013 and, according to market research firm YouGov, one in three voters intend to consult the app in the three-and-a-half weeks leading up the federal election on... Read more
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Online Recruitment
British businesses are unprepared for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, with just 3% of employers viewed as ‘leading edge’developed world. Poor technology fuelling poor productivity Research commissi
Online Recruitment / Posted 5 days ago
developed world. Poor technology fuelling poor productivity Research commissioned by TalkTalk Business and conducted by YouGov has found that almost 2 out of 3 British employees (64%) believe that poor technology impacts their workplace... Read more
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The Mercury News
Newsom continues lead in California’s 2018 gubernatorial primary– those are areas that we can distinguish ourselves,” he said. The survey was
The Mercury News / Posted 5 days ago
– those are areas that we can distinguish ourselves,” he said. The survey was conducted online in English and Spanish by YouGov, an international marketing research firm, from Aug. 27 to Sept. 5. The poll of 1,000 likely voters has a margin of... Read more
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BBC News
Decoding Trump's Daca dalliancespresident's softer immigration line, even among his supporters there are mixed
BBC News / Posted 5 days ago
president's softer immigration line, even among his supporters there are mixed feelings. According to a recent HuffPost/YouGov survey, 30% those who voted for Mr Trump for president support a law granting Daca-like protections, while 44% were... Read more
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The Washington Times
25-nation poll: Immigration fosters ‘global unease’Leader Mitch McConnell; 28 percent of Republicans, 13 percent of independents a
The Washington Times / Posted 6 days ago
Leader Mitch McConnell; 28 percent of Republicans, 13 percent of independents and 14 percent of Democrats agree. Source: An Economist/YouGov poll of 1,500 U.S. adults conducted Sept. 10-12 • Kindly follow Jennifer Harper on Twitter @HarperBul... Read more
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New York Magazine
Does the GOP Base Love Trump More Than It Hates ‘Amnesty’?willingness to follow their standard-bearer left and right. As Edsall explains:
New York Magazine / Posted 6 days ago
willingness to follow their standard-bearer left and right. As Edsall explains: The authors conducted a survey with YouGov of 1,300 voters broken into five subgroups, each of which was asked 10 questions using a research design that employed... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Fact check: Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
The Times and Democrat / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Fact check: Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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Salon.com
Beware of Trumps bearing gifts: Democrats' deals could backfireand then heroically defeated the loathed Hillary Clinton, the base despises the
Salon.com / Posted 6 days ago
and then heroically defeated the loathed Hillary Clinton, the base despises them even more. According to Huff Post/YouGov, Republicans support Trump in a hypothetical disagreement with Ryan and McConnell by a 46-point margin. That rises to... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
AP FACT CHECK: Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
The Times and Democrat / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. -In his Tim
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. -In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all - 60-23. The... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
AP FACT CHECK: Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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Darien News-Review
AP FACT CHECK: Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
Darien News-Review / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
AP FACT CHECK: Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
Stamford Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
Connecticut Post / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Single-payer sounds best when it sounds freepoll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Tim
The New Canaan News / Posted 6 days ago
poll in August that did not raise the question of potential costs. —In his Times article, Sanders cited an Economist/YouGov poll in April that found a clear preference for expanding Medicare to provide health insurance to all — 60-23. The... Read more
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The Mercury News
Trump fighter Kamala Harris edging Feinstein in popularityback down,” and “Kamala Harris rips up the script.” The online survey of 1,200
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
back down,” and “Kamala Harris rips up the script.” The online survey of 1,200 registered voters, done in conjunction with YouGov — an international market research firm — was completed Aug. 27 through Sept. 5 in English and Spanish. According to... Read more
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