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Q+A – new poll plus Colmar Brunton interview — Your NZ

Q+A this morning will have the first Colmar brunton polls results since the election, plus an interview on Colmar’ Brunton’s changed methodology (which may make poll comparisons difficult): We’ll have the results of our Colmar Brunton political poll – which political party will get an early Christmas present?

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Polls Give Hope To Both Northam And Gillespie

The latest polls are showing a mixed picture in the hotly contested race for governor. Democrat Ralph Northam has a small but consistent lead against Republican Ed Gillespie in two new polls. 30 more words

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Political polls – why they work – or don't

Political polls – why do they work – or don’t

This is written in the week before the 2017 New Zealand General Election and it is an exciting time. 1,342 more words


Old Political Saying: Vote Early, Vote Often.

Heather Roy

14 September 2017

“Vote early, vote often” always gets a laugh – though the “often” part gets one or two people into trouble most elections. 440 more words


another poll; YES to reform

I see that the NZ Drug foundation has run another poll, with the general election coming soon (23/9/17). The results continue to show that over 65% … 467 more words

Politics July 23, 2017: America deeply polarized as Trump presidency hits six-month mark



By Bonnie K. Goodman, BA, MLIS

President Donald Trump’s polls at the six-month mark shows discontent especially among Democrats. President Donald J. Trump | July 20, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead) 3,232 more words

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Politics June 25, 2017: Two different models allow Bush and Obama’s post-presidential popularity to surge



By Bonnie K. Goodman, BA, MLIS

George W. Bush sees his post-presidential favorable rating surge eight years after leaving office.


Now that Republican Donald Trump is president, the American public finds themselves missing a simpler time when another Republican occupied the White House former President George W. 2,314 more words

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