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Opinion polls and constitutional issues: the case of Chile

The complex relationship between public opinion and constitutional issues is highlighted by the case of Chile, where a presidential election will take place this Sunday. Polls appear to suggest low public interest in constitutional issues, despite a ‘constituent process’ pushed by the current Bachelet government. 1,416 more words


Gov: Current Event Public Opinion Poll

President Trump’s approval rating sank to a new low of 37% according to the latest Gallup poll. While 37% of Americans approve of the job the President has done since taking office Jan. 94 more words


Andrew Coyne: Politicians need to forget about polls and do the right thing

Jean-Yves Duclos was a well-regarded economist before he went into politics. As Minister of Families, Children and Social Development he has generally lived up to the advance billing: the government’s landmark reform of child benefits, for example, was his file. 935 more words


Who are willing to fight for their countries?

Only 44 percent of adult Americans are willing to tell pollsters they’d fight for their country.

The percentage is even less for some U.S. allies, such as Canada (30%), France (29%), the United Kingdom (27%), Italy (30%), Germany (18%) and Japan (11%). 276 more words