When is a disaster also a miracle? When it allows Scottish Labour to simultaneously endure its worst result since 1931 and live to fight another day, that’s when. Yesterday’s ComRes/ITV poll… Continue reading The post A shocking Scottish opinion poll reveals that Labour aren’t dead yet. appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The first ReachTEL federal poll in quite some time confirms that Tony Abbott's personal standing isn't quite as bad as it was at the time of the leadership spill motion, but otherwise offers no joy to the Coalition.
President elect Muhammadu Buhari extends "hand of fellowship" to Goodluck Jonathan after winning historic elections.
British consumer morale rose to its highest level in more than 12 years this month, continuing an upward trend which economic polling company GfK said could boost Prime Minister David Cameron’s hopes of re-election in the May 7 election. Show More Summary
Hi, Dr. Les Muda here. You might know me from DoctorMuda.com and my occasional “guest appearances” here, including the one post I was brave enough to write here at LeanBlog.org under my own name. Be sure to check out my new post on Deming’s 14 Points. My new post is a “listicle.” What’s that? Read on… […]
In Denmark, it’s been the law of the land since 2012. So:
It was only a few days ago that San Clemente was the toast of North Carolina after improving to 12-0 and winning the National High School Invitational. The team rose to No. 1 in The Times' rankings and No. 2 in one national poll.
Reuters announced its latest poll results on Monday: “Republicans see Obama as more imminent threat than Putin.” Republican views were deemed as the most newsworthy ones, because they sound vaguely unpatriotic about the president. Reporter...Show More Summary
According to a Gallup poll from February, seven-in-ten Americans have an overall favorable opinion of Israel. The numbers seem to be influenced by party lines and susceptible to variation due to diplomatic tensions, but the consensus is largely pro-Israel. Show More Summary
"I think we need to give her a chance.”
He’s still only 22. Remember that.
While the perception may be that most Americans oppose Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s vow to prevent the establishment of an independent Palestinian state, a recent poll shows that a two-state solution is less popular in the United States now than at any point in the last two decades.
Samsung is busting out two flagships this spring. Which has your eye? In one hand, we have the Samsung Galaxy S6. It's the next iteration of the insanely popular Galaxy S line, and while some major changes in the battery and storage department have come along, it's the "traditional" choice and an expected successor. Show More Summary
Volkswagen showcases four special conceptual takes on the Beetle at the 2015 New York Auto Show: the R-Line and Pink Color Edition hatchbacks and the Wave and Denim edition convertibles. If enough people like them, it could put any or all of them in showrooms in the near future. Show More Summary
Welcome to Pop The Question, a weekly space to dissect every aspect of wedding madness. Each Tuesday, we'll ask a question (sometimes there might even be a poll!), you'll share answers and stories, and then we'll bring you the best of the bunch on Thursdays. Show More Summary
Curbed sister site Eater is busy polling the masses to generate a list of the most important New York City restaurants from the last 50 years (think: scene, food, wine list, magic sauce). One important element in a culinary...
Government aid to private schools, vouchers, private educational contractors -- the lines between public and private in the world of education are ever-shifting. Policies that push these boundaries are often challenged in both the legal system and the court of public opinion. Show More Summary
In a massive poll of 27,000 people in 22 different countries, researchers found that Italy and India have cooking on lock. Belgium and Poland, not so much.
Scottish Labour is having no luck in denting the SNP’s support. ComRes/ITV News have released a new poll this evening, which shows a 19 per cent swing to the SNP across… Continue reading The post New poll shows SNP will annihilate Labour — but the nation is still divided over independence appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Polls suggest the floppy-haired Eton-educated classicist is the people's unlikely preference to succeed David Cameron as the next Conservative prime minister.