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
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.
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
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.
Six Rajya Sabha nominees, four of ruling AIADMK and two belonging to DMK, were on Friday elected unopposed to the Upper House from Tamil Nadu.
One of the first things that Mamata said in the press conference that followed her thumping victory is that people has given a befitting reply to forces which wanted to vilify her. Today, not many can cross swords with her.
LONDON Just over five weeks before a referendum on whether Britain should stay in the European Union, the message from opinion polls is simple: It is impossible to predict how Britons will vote on June 23.
LONDON Prime Minister David Cameron is struggling to convince voters he is telling the truth about why Britain should stay in the European Union and his main "Out" rival Boris Johnson is doing a better job, an opinion poll found. Only 21 percent of respondents in the survey carried out by polling firm ComRes agreed that Cameron was more likely to tell the truth about the EU than Johnson while 45 percent said Johnson was more believable than Cameron. With less than six weeks to go until the June 23 referendum on Britain's EU membership and voters evenly split on how they intend to cast their ballots, the rival camps have stepped up campaigning
A total of 65 percent voter turnout was recorded in fifth phase of panchayat polls in Bihar on Tuesday amid stray incidents of clashes.
After the marathon six-phase West Bengal Assembly polls ended on 5 May, politicians and celeb nominees are now spending their time with family and friends.
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The Election Commission has arranged wheelchairs in each of the 4000 'polling premises' in West Bengal's East Medinapore district where voting will be held on Thursday, an official said.
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West Bengal election phase-4: Over 67% voter turnout recorded till 3 pm; FIR filed against BJP's Roopa Ganguly
Polling for the fourth phase of West Bengal Assembly polls, which will decide the fate of several Trinamool Congress ministers, began this morning with unprecedented security arrangements.
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People lined up outside the polling booths, as voting began at 7 am for the third phase of West Bengal Assembly polls involving 62 seats
As the opening round of the six-phase 2016 Assembly polls came to a close on Monday with 31 Assembly constituencies spread over three districts of West Midnapore, Bankura and Burdwan going to polls, an unprecedented 1878 complaints were lodged with the Election Commission and almost all of it against the ruling Trinamool Congress Party.
Congress has announced an eight-member committee led by its state chief EVKS Elangovan to hold seat-sharing discussions with ally DMK.