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Miliband’s performance last night vindicates the Tories’ strategy of no head-to-head debates

David Cameron and Ed Miliband both ‘won’ last night’s TV Q&A session. The Prime Minister put in a decent performance and came out ahead in the snap poll. But Miliband exceeded expectations, albeit… Continue reading The post Miliband’s performance last night vindicates the Tories’ strategy of no head-to-head debates appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

This Week In Quotes: 3/20 – 3/26

The last time a poll found Obamacare to be popular was during Obama’s first term. During his second term (now mercifully more than halfway over), Real Clear Politics has listed

Baird on track for NSW re-election

Premier says Liberals in 'the fight of our lives', though polls suggest re-election a shoo-in.

Why Nigeria’s election could be the most important in Africa this year

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On Saturday, Africa’s most populous and oil-rich country will go to the polls. The election looks to be the tightest in the 16 years since military rule ended in Nigeria — and it appears likely that the contest between President Goodluck Jonathan and former military dictator Muhammadu Buhari could devolve into violence.Read full article >>

ReachTEL: 54-46 to Coalition in New South Wales

ReachTEL and Morgan close their campaign polling accounts, presumably just leaving tonight's Newspoll to come.

Bush Tops GOP Field in New Hampshire

A new Suffolk University poll in New Hampshire finds Jeb Bush leading the GOP presidential field with 19%, followed by Scott Walker at 14%, Rand Paul at 7%, Donald Trump at 6%, Ted Cruz at 5% and Chris Christie at [...]

Shock: CBS Covers Own Poll on Declining Support for Hillary Clinton Following E-Mail Scandal

After the network morning and evening newscasts ignored a Reuters poll showing tumbling support for Hillary Clinton last week, the CBS Evening News bucked the trend and covered the results of its own poll that also found dwindling support for Clinton in light of recent scandals. Show More Summary

Britain's Cameron wins first TV encounter of close election: poll

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron won the first TV encounter of a close national election in Britain, an opinion poll showed, but opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband leveraged a rare opportunity to promote himself on a national stage.

Listen: The Spectator’s verdict on the Cameron/Miliband Q&A

According to the snap polls, David Cameron was victorious in the first TV ‘debate’ — but Ed Miliband didn’t do too badly either. In this View from 22 podcast special,… Continue reading The post Listen: The Spectator’s verdict on the Cameron/Miliband Q&A appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Despite Cameron’s win, Labour will be happy with Ed Miliband’s Q&A performance

David Cameron won tonight’s TV head to head with Ed Miliband according to an instant ICM poll. The poll for the Guardian gives the evening to Cameron 54-46. Though, it… Continue reading The post Despite Cameron’s win, Labour will be happy with Ed Miliband’s Q&A performance appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

UK's Cameron beats Labour's Miliband in first TV contest before election: poll

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron won the first TV encounter before a close national election in Britain, turning in a stronger performance than Labour leader Ed Miliband, a poll showed on Thursday.

Poll: Is Lionel Messi the best player ever?

With Lionel Messi in town with Argentina for Saturday’s friendly against El Salvador at FedEx Field, the question must be raised: Are we witnessing the greatest player in soccer history? Because it’s difficult to compare players over the span of almost 100 years, we are going to limit our poll to the past 50. That […]

Nigerian elections 2015: Oil, militancy and subsidies

On March 28, Africa’s biggest economy and also the continent’s largest oil producer, Nigeria, will go to the polls to elect its new president. In an ideal world, these elections should have taken place six weeks ago. But alas, Nigeria has experienced a tumultuous last 12 months, and the lead up to the elections has […]

Poll: Your neighbors probably think you're a water waster

Last summer, #droughtshaming was born as Californians took to social media to out their neighbors’ water-wasting ways.

Baird holds commanding poll lead

Latest poll suggests Baird govt will comfortably retain power at Saturday's NSW election.

POLL: Which All-New, All-Different Avenger Are You Most Excited About?

After "Secret Wars," Earth's Mightiest Heroes sport a mighty different roster -- which all-new Avenger are you most excited to see join the team?

What is Best for GMO Labeling?

Our latest ZimmPoll asked the question, “Which potential presidential candidate would be best for ag?” Of the 12 potential presidential candidates included in our poll, only one has officially declared. But two hopefuls have risen to the top of our poll. It seems many believe Hillary Clinton and Scott Walker might have the best interest of agriculture in mind, if... Read More

Christie in New Hampshire, adding insult to injury

In today's New Hampshire Suffolk University poll of prospective Republican presidential candidates Gov. Christie is tied for fifth place with 5 per cent, down from 11 per cent in Suffolks' prior poll. He is behind Jeb Bush (19%), Scott Walker (14%), and Rand Paul (7%). Show More Summary

This or That: Mercedes S-Class 350SD vs. 2003 Jaguar XJR [w/poll]

We've decided to throw our collective brainpower at what may be the single most difficult question currently confounding the best minds our planet has to offer: What is the best used used luxury car you can buy for the price of a 2015 Nissan Versa? Continue reading This or That: Mercedes S-Class 350SD vs. Show More Summary

Are Democrats sure about Hillary Clinton?

The latest poll from CBS News has plenty of bad news for Hillary Clinton: 26 percent of Americans now have a favorable view of Hillary Clinton, while 37 percent view her unfavorably; another third are undecided or don’t have an opinion of her. As Clinton weighs a presidential bid, her favorable views are 12 points lower […]

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