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Further gains for Fine Gael and Sinn Fein: Constituency-level analysis of the Irish Times-Ipsos MRBI opinion poll (26th November 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 26th November 2015 

Today sees the publication of the fourth Irish Times-Ipsos-MRBI opinion poll in 2015 and the trends in this poll – given that the… 6,722 more words

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  • Kogi now: INEC demands replacement of late Prince Abubakar Audu from APC

Kogi now: INEC set December 5 for Kogi supplementary election… 128 more words


After the incident that occurred last week, when the Students’ Union P.R.O, Immanuel Kant was physically assaulted by a Professor of Semantics- a senior lecturer in the department of English Language, OAU- Professor Y.K Yusuf. 593 more words


African politics so far

A review project by Olamide Matthew being final phase of Connect Media screening

Submitted 21 November 2015


Politics, a game by intellectuals. 291 more words

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Fine Gael gains further ground: Constituency-level analysis of the Sunday Business Post-Red C opinion poll (22nd November 2015)

Adrian Kavanagh, 21st November 2015 

The latest Red C opinion poll yet again brings mixed messages for the government parties, with a one percentage point increase in support levels for Fine Gael (giving the party one of its highest poll ratings in recent years), but with Labour remaining at the 7% support level that it has stood at with most recent polls. 6,324 more words

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Kogi Elections

An earlier review project by Peter Akindele as final phase of Connect Media screening

Submitted 20 November 2015

Tomorrow 21th November 2015 will be another epoch making historical day in kogi state as the people of kogi will decide who will stir the affairs of the state for another four Democratic years. 538 more words


Why American people are scared of Syrian refugees.

Americans want to shut the door on Syrian refugees. According to one poll, 53 percent of Americans disapprove of allowing them into the country while another 11 percent would admit only Syrians who are Christians. 170 more words