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Race Relations Outscores Foreign Policy as Clinton Strength. Newport, Frank May 15, 2015 1159
Hawaiians, D.C. Residents Most Approving of Obama in 2013; Wyoming and West Virginia residents least approving. Jones, Jeffrey M. Jan 27, 2014 909
POLL: ANASTASIADES LEADS IN CYPRUS RACE. Brief article Feb 12, 2013 164
Two-Thirds of Italians Disapprove of Their Leadership; Eighty-five percent see corruption widespread in government. Manchin, Anna Survey Nov 16, 2011 368
Index: republicans are prochoice. Statistical data Sep 22, 2011 429
Gingrich Support for 2012 Greater Among Fox News Viewers; Americans overall generally more negative than positive toward Gingrich. Jones, Jeffrey M.; Newport, Frank Survey Mar 3, 2011 959
Boehner Favorability Jumps; Obama Back Above 50%; Ratings for Palin lowest since 2008 GOP convention. Jones, Jeffrey M. Survey Jan 18, 2011 986
Within GOP, Huckabee Most Liked, Palin Best Known; Palin, Romney, and Gingrich trail Huckabee on Gallup's net favorable dimension. Newport, Frank Survey Jan 10, 2011 875
Americans Still Trust Own Judgment More Than Politicians'; Both trust levels continue to drift downward. Newport, Frank Survey Oct 14, 2010 730
Romney, Palin at Front of GOP Presidential Field; Preferences for leaders similar among conservative, moderate/liberal Republicans. Jones, Jeffrey M. Survey Sep 30, 2010 825
Last 'Register' Poll: Obama Widens Lead in Iowa. Brief article Dec 31, 2007 197
Republicans Report Much Better Mental Health Than Others; Relationship persists even when controlling for other variables. Newport, Frank Survey Nov 30, 2007 838
Democrats Give Clinton Edge on Most Issues Over Obama, Edwards; Clinton lowest on handling moral values issues, tied with Obama. Carroll, Joseph Survey Jan 31, 2007 910
Survey says: Green Party members overwhelmingly accept limits-to-growth and believe nature has an intrinsic value. Camcastle, Cara Jan 1, 2007 1027
It's the curriculum, stupid: there's something wrong with it: educators, parents, and employers all seem to agree on the types of skills they believe students should be developing. But Mr. Brown finds that the traditional curriculum, divided up into separate subjects, neither engages students nor prepares them for productive lives. He believes that the answer to both problems is to have students design their own curricula. Brown, Dave F. Jun 1, 2006 4575
Governance: jolt for Africa's leaders. Brief Article Jan 1, 2005 118
Poll finds Danish Socialist People's Party members in favour of EU constitution. Brief Article Dec 24, 2004 101
Who will follow in the footsteps of today's young elected leaders? Mandel, Ruth; Kleeman, Kathy Nov 22, 2004 1073
The Advocate's first candidate poll: October 28, 1970. Romesburyg, Don Feb 3, 2004 144
Public library politics: an international perspective. Usherwood, Bob Jun 1, 2003 2358

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