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US President Barack Obama will beat Republican challenger Mitt Romney, according to the latest YouGov poll. Our central forecast is that Obama will outpoll Romney by 2% of the popular vote, and that he will win 303 Electoral College votes to Romney’s 235. In one of the most extensive polls ever ...
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YouGov’s final survey in America shows Barack Obama ahead in enough states to secure a second term as President, but by a narrower margin than in his first victory four years ago. In one of the most extensive polls ever conducted, YouGov questioned more than 36,000 Americans in 27 states, ...
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If European citizens could vote for Barack Obama, the incumbent President’s people would already be stocking up on ticker tape, celebratory balloons and patriotic banners. A YouGov survey of seven European countries released yesterday showed that if the election was held here, Obama would receive over 90 per cent of ...
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Half of the British public and a majority in several European countries oppose law forcing companies to have a minimum number of women in the boardroom. YouGov’s EuroTrack survey, a multi-country study tracking public opinion in the UK, Germany, France, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway, reveals that a plurality of ...
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If Europeans could vote in the US election Obama would win by over 90% If Europeans were able to vote in the upcoming American presidential election they would overwhelmingly cast their ballots in favour of Barack Obama, according to the results of YouGov’s EuroTrack survey, a multi-country study tracking public ...
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