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Americans' support for the Israelis has held fast over the past month, while British public opinion has moved significantly towards the Palestinians  Israel has withdrawn all of its ground troops from the Gaza Strip ahead of a 72-hour ceasefire. The truce, coupled with Israel’s claims that it has been successful ...
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Rick Perry may have overcome doubts about his intelligence, but many questions remain Texas Governor Rick Perry may be trying to redeem himself with Republican voters after his failed 2012 presidential campaign: his recent activity in the child immigration crisis (deploying 1,000 National Guard to the Mexican border) along with ...
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Despite calls to adopt the fist bump instead of the handshake for health reasons, there is no evidence that people in America or Britain are taking to it Researchers recently revealed that a common way of greeting people might be posing a public health risk. According to a new study ...
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Whether or not people support delaying the business health insurance mandate depends on whether or not you mention the president in the question Americans take their cues from the people associated with an action.  In last week’s Economist/YouGov Poll, opinions about the employer mandate and its delayed implementation may have ...
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When judging closed, open and jungle primaries, Americans favor “open” most of all – but Republicans are opposed to crossover voting Senator Charles Schumer published an op-ed in the New York Times this week, calling for an end to “partisan primaries” and the introduction of a non-partisan “top-two” primary system ...
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