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We’d Be Satisfied With Any Government!

By Chang Ping, published: October 1, 2015

“Why would the results of a poll conducted by a neutral, respected polling organization tally so closely with the propaganda of a totalitarian government?” 1,827 more words


The Teaching Vote

I posted a couple of weeks ago about YouGov findings which showed the nature of morale amongst teachers in Wales.  Today I am looking at voting intentions. 698 more words


November election looking less likely?: Constituency-level analysis of the Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll (24th September 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 24th September 2015 

Today sees the third in the series of Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion polls for 2015, with this being the first such poll held for a number of months – since the May 18th poll (held before the Marriage Equality referendum). 4,841 more words

Fianna Fail

Liberals pull ahead of NDP, as support in Ontario grows: Ipsos poll

With just four weeks to go before Canadians choose their next prime minister, burgeoning Liberal support in Ontario has pushed party support past the NDP for the first time in the campaign, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News. 955 more words


75% in U.S. See Widespread Government Corruption

While the numbers have fluctuated slightly since 2007, the trend has been largely stable since 2010. However, the percentage of U.S. adults who see corruption as pervasive has never been less than a majority in the past decade, which has had no shortage of controversies from the  385 more words


Soong slides in new poll

By Matthew Strong

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – People First Party Chairman James Soong fell far behind Kuomintang presidential candidate Hung Hsiu-chu in a poll released by the Apple Daily Wednesday, though Democratic Progressive Party Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen maintained a commanding lead. 283 more words


NDP lead shrinks to one point across Canada: Ipsos poll

Just three percentage points separate first place from third in the race to form the next federal government, according to a new Ipsos poll, which suggests the NDP lead has shrunk to just one percentage point. 626 more words