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- Minding the Money . // National Journal;6/22/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 25, pN.PAG
Presents the results of a public opinion poll conducted by Gallup regarding the performance of the Democratic Party and the Republican Party in dealing with the U.S. federal budget deficit. Percentage of respondents who believed that the Democrats are capable of dealing with the deficit; Rate...
- SWAPO Likely To Win November Elections. // Africa Monitor: Southern Africa;May2009, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p11
The article forecasts the victory of South West African People's Organisation (SWAPO) in national election in Namibia in November 2009. Based on the AfroBarometer poll, 51% of respondents wanted SWAPO to win in the election while 9.1% of them favored for Rally for Democratic Progress (RDP)...
- Punjab Congress Slips. // India Today;1/2/2012, p7
The article discusses the political developments in Punjab, India. It cites the civic polls conducted in Chandigarh, Punjab, in which the Congress party posted a 1% drop in its vote share compared with a 5% increase in its rival Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) party. The opinion of political...
- RISK SUMMARY: SLOVENIA. // Emerging Europe Monitor: South East Europe Monitor;Sep2007, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p5
The article offers information related to political, economic and business news in Slovenia. The governing Slovenian Democratic Party's low rating in opinion polls maintained in the second quarter of 2007. The adoption of Euro has resulted to a significant on inflationary pressures. One of the...
- Poll says GOP on wrong track. // Southern Illinois Labor Tribune;3/10/2011, Vol. 74 Issue 32, p5
The article presents the results on a survey conducted by U.S. Republican pollster Bill McInturff and Democratic pollster Peter D. Hart emphasizing a cautionary sign for a Republican Party pursuing deep budget cuts.
- New Poll: Most People Generally Sick of Congress. Shaw, Jazz // Moderate Voice;12/10/2009, p13
The article presents the new public opinion polls concerning the impression of Americans on the political parties in Congress and the passage of health care reform. It notes that 3% of respondents have said that there is no difference which party is in control in Congress. Meanwhile, 79% of...
- Neither party stands tall in assessment from voters. // Hill;7/11/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 100, p8
The article reports on the latest opinion poll conducted for "The Hill" which reveals that majority of voters believe both parties, Democrats and Republicans, are motivated by their search for partisan advantage than a desire to enact good policy in the U.S.
- ALP's state of comfort. // Bulletin with Newsweek;8/21/2001, Vol. 119 Issue 6288, p14
The New South Wales (NSW) opposition has made significant inroads into the Labor government's huge primary and two-party lead, although the ALP retains its strong showing, the Bulletin-Morgan Poll finds. On a two-party preferred basis, the L-NP opposition makes up some ground against the...
- Should the Tasmanian Greens enter into a coalition government? Dobson, Tim // Green Left Weekly;3/17/2010, Issue 830, p10
In this article the author discusses the results of a Tasmanian poll released on February 24, 2010 wherein it showed an overwhelming support to the political party Greens.