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Spain votes to break political deadlock, far left set to rise | Reuters

Jun 26, 2016

Spain votes to break political deadlock, far left set to rise | Reuters

MADRID Spaniards voted on Sunday in a parliamentary election in which the anti-austerity party Podemos is expected to make big gains, potentially delivering a fresh jolt to Europe's political mainstream after Britain voted to leave the European Union. #Economy #India #science #markets #Entertainment #polls #article
Insight - As Cameron loses biggest gamble, Johnson looks biggest winner | Reuters

Jun 24, 2016

Insight - As Cameron loses biggest gamble, Johnson looks biggest winner | Reuters

LONDON It was David Cameron's biggest gamble and he was convinced he would win. Now, the British leader's closest rival – in the EU referendum, in the Conservative Party and in the country – is the frontrunner to take his job. Britain's decision to leave the European Union, a victory for the populist cause, may be a defining moment for Britain and the European project. #United States #India #France #Middle East #markets #polls
Britons vote on EU membership after bitter campaign | Reuters

Jun 23, 2016

Britons vote on EU membership after bitter campaign | Reuters

LONDON Britons voted on whether to quit the European Union in a bitterly-contested referendum on Thursday that polarised the nation and could change the face of Europe. Financial markets, on edge for weeks over the uncertain outcome, rose on the strength of late polls that showed a swing towards staying in, but the bulk of recent polls have suggested the outcome was too close to call. If Britain becomes the first state to exit the EU, the so-called Brexit would be the biggest blow to the 28-nation bloc since its foundation. #Business #France #Europe #markets #United Kingdom #Entertainment #polls
Britons vote on EU membership after bitter campaign | Reuters

Jun 23, 2016

Britons vote on EU membership after bitter campaign | Reuters

LONDON Britons voted on whether to quit the European Union in a bitterly-contested referendum on Thursday that polarised the nation and could change the face of Europe. Financial markets, on edge for weeks over the uncertain outcome, rose on the strength of late polls that showed a swing towards staying in, but the bulk of recent polls have suggested the outcome was too close to call. If Britain becomes the first state to exit the EU, the so-called Brexit would be the biggest blow to the 28-nation bloc since its foundation. #United States #Middle East #United Kingdom #polls #graphics
On eve of defining British EU referendum, rivals race for final votes | Reuters

Jun 22, 2016

On eve of defining British EU referendum, rivals race for final votes | Reuters

LONDON British Prime Minister David Cameron and his eurosceptic opponents made final pitches for wavering voters on Wednesday on the eve of a defining referendum on European Union membership with the outcome still too close to call. #Middle East #Europe #Argentina #United Kingdom #Entertainment #polls
Clashes break out between CPM members and 'Bengal brigade' at committee meet

Jun 20, 2016

Clashes break out between CPM members and 'Bengal brigade' at committee meet

A major clash CPM members and the "Bengal brigade" broke out at the three-day central committee meet, over the party's poll debacle. in West Bengal. #Congress #NewsTracker #CPM #polls #alliance #2016 West Bengal Assembly Election
Remain leads by almost 7 points for Britain's EU referendum - BMG phone poll | Reuters

Jun 18, 2016

Remain leads by almost 7 points for Britain's EU referendum - BMG phone poll | Reuters

Support for Britain to stay in the European Union was leading by almost 7 points over those advocating withdrawal from the 28-member bloc, not quite a week before the June 23 referendum, according to a telephone poll released on Friday. The poll, by BMG for The Herald, showed Remain with 53.3 percent support and Leave with 46.7 percent #Europe #United Kingdom #european #polls #Holocaust
Remain leads by almost 7 points for Britain's EU referendum - BMG phone poll | Reuters

Jun 18, 2016

Remain leads by almost 7 points for Britain's EU referendum - BMG phone poll | Reuters

Support for Britain to stay in the European Union was leading by almost 7 points over those advocating withdrawal from the 28-member bloc, not quite a week before the June 23 referendum, according to a telephone poll released on Friday. The poll, by BMG for The Herald, showed Remain with 53.3 percent support and Leave with 46.7 percent. The poll of 1,064 adults, conducted June 10-15, excluded the "don't knows." ( bit.ly/28LInaC ) But a separate online poll by BMG showed the Leave camp leading by 10 points, with Leave at 55.5 percent support and Remain at 44.5 percent. #India #Business #United Kingdom #Entertainment #polls #Holocaust
'Leave' 10 points ahead in ORB poll on Britain's EU referendum | Reuters

Jun 11, 2016

'Leave' 10 points ahead in ORB poll on Britain's EU referendum | Reuters

LONDON The "Leave" camp was 10 points ahead of "Remain" with less than two weeks to go before Britain's referendum on whether to stay in the European Union, according to a poll by ORB for The Independent newspaper published on Friday. It was the biggest lead enjoyed by those wanting Britain to quit the 28-member bloc since the poll series started a year ago, The Independent said #United States #India #Europe #Argentina #United Kingdom #european #polls
Clinton leads Trump by 10 points in White House matchup - poll | Reuters

Jun 08, 2016

Clinton leads Trump by 10 points in White House matchup - poll | Reuters

Republican Donald Trump trails Democrat Hillary Clinton by 10 points in the 2016 presidential campaign, according to a poll released on Tuesday, showing little change from a week ago and suggesting his comments about a Mexican-American judge had yet to affect his standing in the race. The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll came after several days in which Trump faced sharp criticism over his insistence that a federal judge who was born in Indiana to Mexican parents was biased in a case involving the celebrity billionaire. But the fallout from Trump's comments appeared to have done little to help Clinton build her lead over the presumptive Republican nominee. #Business #Middle East #United Kingdom #Election #polls #democratic #graphics