A question about whether an enemy fighter could be tortured to extract information revealed a stark contrast between the United States and many other nations.
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The dropoff that some expected for the New York Rangers just isn't happening. A team that before the season looked on the wrong side of things in a cyclical sense continues to cycle upward. The Blueshirts, therefore, are our new No. 1 team in the power rankings. Show More Summary
LEAVE voters give them a net negative Yesterday Ipsos-MORI released its latest trust index and found that 81% saying that judges tell the truth. The fieldwork took place nearly a month ago. In new YouGov polling asking about favourability a very different picture emerges as the chart above shows. This is based on fieldwork carried […]
An International Red Cross poll shows more Americans and other Westerners than ever before are OK with harsh tactics, yet those under fire still hope the laws of war apply to them.
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Arkansas risked a diplomatic crisis ahead of the Belk Bowl, but things thankfully seem OK now. The college football Coaches Poll isn’t exactly as it seems. It’s an open secret that many (most?) of the “coaches” voting on the sport’sShow More Summary
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is keeping his promise to step down after suffering what by all accounts looks to have been a stinging defeat in his plan to reform the country’s constitution. According to exit polls at least, the...Show More Summary
British Medical Association’s call comes as poll highlights impact treating patients at end of their life has on doctors The British Medical Association has called for more support for doctors caring for dying patients after a survey found fewer than one in five physicians feel they get sufficient assistance. Show More Summary
Left-leaning candidate Alexander Van der Bellen won Austria's presidential election. Meanwhile in Italy, voters considered a package of constitutional changes that could lead to their Prime Minister's resignation. Seth Doane reports from Rome.
President-elect Donald Trump has announced inflicting tax increases for business, but it’s not what you think. “Please be forewarned prior to making a very expensive mistake!” When Donald Trump was campaigning to be the President of the United States, he vowed to lower taxes for the American people, as well as the businesses within America.... Show More Summary
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has lost a referendum on constitutional reform by a wide margin, exit polls and early projections showed on Sunday, throwing his future into doubt and opening the door to renewed political instability in Italy. Renzi,...Show More Summary
Voting against centralization and elitism, by a landslide margin that the polls (and exit polls) never saw coming. This is a prelude to eventual Italexit from the EU. Who’s smiling now? These guys!
Voters reject PM Renzi's political reform plan that aimed to reduce role of Senate and cut back on provincial powers.
Italian voters on Sunday overwhelmingly rejected constitutional reform proposals on which Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has staked his political future, exit polls suggested. Polls for national broadcaster Rai and the La7 television channel...Show More Summary
ANOTHER E.U. DOMINO FALLS: Italy’s Renzi loses referendum on constitutional reform: exit polls. Assuming the exit polls are right, and this time they probably are.
Update #2: Following the exit polls and the market's response, "Northern League" leader Salvini has called for early elections: SALVINI: NO VICTORY WOULD MEAN PEOPLE DEFEATING ESTABLISHMENT ITALY NORTHERN LEAGUE LEADER CALLS FOR EARLY...Show More Summary
ROME, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has lost a referendum on constitutional reform by a wide margin, exit polls showed on Sunday, throwing his future into doubt and opening the door to renewed political instability in...Show More Summary
I’m Jameson Quinn, a grad student in statistics at Harvard and a board member of the Center for Election Science, aka electology.org, a nonprofit that advocates for voting method reform. In these capacities, I’ve recently been analyzing a poll that the CES did in the last week before the election. (Some of you may have […]
The Law Library of Congress polled its staff in Washington, D.C. to find out "their favo[u]rite songs about the law or that somehow relate to law".In the first blog post about the results, Betty Lupinacci describes results that are rock or pop.Part II will look at the classical genre and musicals.