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In the current flurry of administration controversies, the Department of Justice subpoenaing phone records is the story which the most Americans find worrying Recent weeks have seen three scandals engulf the Obama administration—the ongoing investigations into the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, the announcement that the IRS ...
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A large part of the American population thinks that drone strikes in Pakistan should stop if the Pakistani government requests it. Pakistan recently held a general election which was won by Nawaz Sharif's Muslim League, who will form a government on May 25th. There has been speculation that the new ...
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(Week of 5/11/2013)  Questions about the Benghazi attacks have yet to affect Democrats’ willingness to nominate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for their party’s presidential nomination in 2016. More than half of Democrats in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll say she should be the party’s nominee. Vice President Joe Biden ...
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While doubt about how Hillary Clinton responded to the Benghazi attacks has increased since January, her favorability has stayed the same Following a week of testimony about the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya in September 2012, new research from YouGov shows that while Americans have shifted slightly ...
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(Week of 5/4/2013)  Americans want Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, to be tried in the civilian court system, not by a military tribunal. The latest Economist/YouGov Poll shows Americans – very narrowly – favoring civilian trials for most other accused of terrorist activities, too. But ...
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