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Americans are much more likely to meet their partners in the daytime than Brits, who are often either drunk or drinking when they start romantic engagements Great Britain and American share a common heritage, language and no small amount of popular culture, but recently YouGov discovered that British adults were ...
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Few Americans have faith that commercial drones will be properly regulated, while fears over the safety of drones are increasing. This past Monday the Federal Aviation Administration announced testing sites for commercial drone use. This is an important step in the road to widespread usage of unmanned commercial aircraft, something which may ...
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Half of the US public say that the US should fight alongside South Korea if it is attacked by the North, though few take Kim Jong-un's bellicose language seriously. On New Year's Day, North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-un gave his first public statement since the beginning of a party purge that started ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed December 28-30, 2013 on their expectations for2014. The results show that Americans are pessimistic about the upcoming year. The margin of error is 4.3%. Click here to see full tables and demographic crossbreaks Would you say things in ...
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Regarding the US economy, the world as a whole, and their own family's circumstances, Americans are the most pessimistic they have been in several years Americans have weathered several years of negative feelings about the economy, fears for the state of the world, and worries about their own family’s finances. Now ...
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Americans tend to support the prosecution of Devyani Khobragade, with many Americans having doubts about the entire idea of diplomatic immunity. On December 11th 2013 an Indian diplomat in New York City was arrested and charged for committing visa fraud and violating US labor laws. It is alleged that the ...
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These are the topline results of a YouGov/Economist survey of 1000 US adults interviewed December 21-23, 2013 on how they feel 2013 went. The results show that Americans generally aren't happy about 2013 but are happier compared to recent years. The margin of error is 4.3%. Click here to see full tables ...
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