Opinion Polls

Some articles on poll, opinion polls, polls, opinion:

Conservative Government 1987-1990 - Election
... a nosedive with the commencement of the unpopular Poll tax (Community Charge) in 1989 ... By the end of that year, in spite of the economy remaining strong, many opinion polls were showing a double-digit Labour lead and this was largely blamed ... The poll tax saga continued throughout 1990, culminating in riots across London in early spring ...
LGBT Rights In Peru - Opinion Polls
... In August 2010, a poll revealed 21.3% of Peruvians approved same-sex marriage, with higher percentage amongst people from Lima and younger people ...
History Of The British Labour Party - The "Wilderness Years" (1979–1997) - Kinnock Years
... Most opinion polls had shown Labour comfortably ahead of the Tories for more than a year before Mrs Thatcher's resignation, with the fall in Tory support blamed largely on ... saw a turnaround in support for the Tories, who regularly topped the opinion polls throughout 1991 although Labour regained the lead more than once ... The "yo yo" in the opinion polls continued into 1992, though after November 1990 any Labour lead in the polls was rarely sufficient for a majority ...
London Mayoral Election, 2012 - Opinion Polls
... several polling organisations will carry out public opinion polling in regards to voting intentions ... Results of such polls are displayed below ...
Latvian Parliamentary Election, 2010 - Pre-election Debates
... held on a regional basis and all involved parties which were polling 2% or above in opinion polls ... Like the LNT debates, these involved parties which opinion polls indicated would poll 2% or more ... on LTV between the remaining seven parties or electoral lists which were not expected to poll 2% ...

Famous quotes containing the words polls and/or opinion:

    The right to vote, or equal civil rights, may be good demands, but true emancipation begins neither at the polls nor in courts. It begins in woman’s soul.
    Emma Goldman (1869–1940)

    The whole land seems aroused to discussion on the province of woman, and I am glad of it. We are willing to bear the brunt of the storm, if we can only be the means of making a break in that wall of public opinion which lies right in the way of woman’s rights, true dignity, honor and usefulness.
    Angelina Grimké (1805–1879)