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New poll up asking for more reader choices for future reviews

In the next few weeks, I'll finish reviewing the works (minus, alas, the squirrel erotica) on the previous poll inquiring about most-desired reviews that received at least 10 votes. It's now time for a new poll and I thought that I would continue the theme of the last one, adding new(ish) titles to the list. Show More Summary

Haiti faces $300m aid loss over poll delay

US threatens to withhold vital funds because of a delay in holding elections, which are two years overdue.

How The Senate Is Shaping Up

Nate Cohn parses a poll showing Democrats leading in Southern Senate races: [Arkansas Sen.] Mark Pryor has a 10-point lead, according to the poll, but 16 percent of Mr. Pryor’s supporters — or 8 nearly percent of all voters — oppose the Affordable Care Act and say they could not vote for a candidate who disagrees with their stance […]


The AP reported that according to a recent poll, 7 out of 10 Californians support the common core. Those who took the poll first read a description of the common core: “The Common Core State Standards are a single set of K–12 English language arts and math standards that most states, including California, have voluntarily adopted. Show More Summary

Israel Suspends Peace Talks, Russia Orders Military Exercises on Ukrainian Border, Republican Lawmakers Denounce Cliven Bundy: P.M. Links

7 hours agoNews : Reason

Israel suspended peace talks in the wake of Hamas and Fatah agreeing to a unity deal. A recent Quinnipiac University poll shows that Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) would beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Colorado if hey bothShow More Summary

LIVE: Starbucks Earnings (SBUX)

Starbucks is set to announce Q2 earnings after the bell on Thursday. Analysts polled by Bloomberg are looking for adjusted earnings of $0.56 per share on revenue of $3.95 billion. We'll be watching to see if the severe drought in Brazil...Show More Summary

Federal Government Often Selfish, Not Selfless

Chris Edwards A new Rasmussen poll finds that just 19 percent of voters think that the federal government “does the right thing nearly all the time.” The poll also finds that two-thirds of voters think that the government “looks outShow More Summary

Poll: Majority Believes Neither Party Represents the American People

A new Rasmussen poll of likely voters shows that 53 percent believe that neither political party represents the American people. Participants of the poll were asked: “Is it fair to say that neither party in Congress is the party of the...Show More Summary

What will be the biggest disruption to the real estate industry? [Poll]

Inman News founder and Publisher Brad Inman has written a thought-provoking piece about the potential for disruption in the real estate industry. Much of what’s been written on this topic in the past has been fixated on the idea tha...

Youth Vote Key In India’s Marathon Elections

India is one of the world's youngest countries with 50% of its population still under 30, something that is reflected in the 150 million first time voters aged between 18 and 23 in the ongoing national elections. The polls, which commenced...Show More Summary

Some thoughts on the Economics of Unity.

10 hours agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

Within Republicanism I am definitely on what I call the Diana Ross wing of thinking which says ‘you can’t hurry love’ That is why I have consistently opposed Sinn Fein’s move for a border poll right now, as I have always thought Republicanism needs to move off the notion of territorial lines on a map […]

The Bellator Pay-Per-View vs. UFC 173: Which Card is Actually Worth Your Money? [POLL]

("Sorry bro, it was either rent or Fight Pass. Easiest decision I've ever made.") As a couple of you readers noted after taking a gander over the recently updated UFC 173 lineup, the card is somewhat lacking in big fights department to warrant it's $54.95 price. Show More Summary

This week's sidebar poll: Tablets - who's using one?

We talk a lot about tablets here at Mobile Nations. The big four (Android, Apple, Blackberry and Windows) all have a tablet or tablets available, and while some may have been tossed aside others are all the rage. At least on the Internet, they are. Show More Summary

Peoples War in India Clippings 24/4/2014

Security intensified as Maoists issue fresh poll boycott call in Jharkhand’s Dumka district DUMKA: Taking a cue from the earlier elections, elaborate security arrangements have been made to thwart any attempt to disrupt the polling process. As part of the exercise, IAF helicopters have been pressed into service for dropping poll personnel at sensitive [...]

Poll: Establishment Says UKIP Posters 'Racist', Public Says They're A 'Hard-hitting Reflection of Reality'

The British public has spoken again, and to no one's surprise it seems the political and media establishments are out of touch/out of step/out of order or whatever the current phrase is... its all about those famous UKIP posters. While...Show More Summary

Mozilla's Denelle Dixon-Thayer: Trading Away Your Privacy

12 hours agoNews : Reason

Don’t trust Facebook or Google with your personal information? You’re not alone. A recent Reason-Rupe poll found that when it comes to their personal info, more Americans trust even the National Security Agency or the Internal Revenue...Show More Summary

Poll: Would you rather buy a 4.7-inch or 5.5-inch iPhone 6?

We’re still months away from Apple’s launch of the next-generation iPhone, but every major report we’ve read suggests that Apple plans on releasing two different versions: A 4.7-inch model and a 5.5-inch model. Inspired by 9to5Mac’s poll of its readers, we thought that we’d ask BGR readers which version of the new iPhone they’d rather own. Show More Summary

Republicans 'repeal' agenda is fringe even in Southern red states

12 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

On health insurance, Sen. Mary Landrieu is in sync with her state. The New York Times, analyzing its own poll: Health Law’s Middle-Ground Approach Leaves It Unloved That's one way to look at it. But take a closer look at the results in the chart to the right. Show More Summary

Poll: Britain IS a Christian Country – Just Not a Very Religious One

Although the majority of the British public would not describe themselves as religious, they still see Britain as a Christian country and are happy with it being so, according to new poll. Last week, Prime Minister David Cameron wrote...Show More Summary

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