Polls

Webcast: Health Implications Of Income Inequality

Watch as experts on income inequality discuss a recent NPR poll that is notable for capturing the views of the top 1% of earners in America. The webcast will be livestreamed at 12 p.m. ET Monday.
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Parsing The Polls: Why A Klobuchar Surge Would Be Unsurprising

Amy Klobuchar is making a mad dash in the home stretch of the Iowa caucuses if the latest Emerson College poll is accurate. I, and other reporters, would be unsurprised if this surge is real. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
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Socialist Bernie Sanders Is Clobbering Joe Biden In Latest Iowa Poll, Warren Sinks To Fourth Place

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has pulled ahead of former Vice President Joe Biden in the latest Iowa polls. The Democrat Socialist is now nine points ahead of Biden, just days before the state will hold the first caucuses of the 2020 election...
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Nabe Survey Sees Stronger 2020 Economy

A survey of business economists indicates that more companies are expecting the economy to improve this year than they did just three months ago. Labor shortages and the impact of tariffs remain...

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This Fox News Poll On Trump And The Economy Is Baffling

A Fox News poll released Sunday has some good news for President Trump, but if you combine it with the poll's bad news, it's not at all clear where Trump stands with the American public or how voters are feeling about the state of the union. On the...

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The Mail

Letters respond to Giles Harvey’s survey of the work of Javier Cercas and Joshua Rothman’s piece on inequality.

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Des Moines Register Endorsement Gives Warren An Opening

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — The Des Moines Register just threw Elizabeth Warren a lifeline. Polls released heading into the final week before the Iowa caucuses almost unanimously show Warren fading into fourth place — both here and in New Hampshire....
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Why The Lazy Approach To Saving Is One Of The Most Effective Ways To Save More

Let's face it: Saving for retirement can sometimes feel overwhelming. Money is the number one source of stress among Americans, according to a survey from Northwestern Mutual, and roughly half of survey participants admit feeling anxious, insecure,...

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If Bernie Wins

With one week to go before voting begins in the contest to determine which Democrat will face President Trump in the 2020 presidential election, socialist Bernie Sanders is surging. Sunday brought poll results showing the Vermont senator solidly...
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Magnitude 6.3 Earthquake Strikes Solomon Islands

A 6.3-magnitude earthquake hit the Solomon Islands on Monday, the US Geological Survey said, but no tsunami warning was issued.
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Delhi Polls: Bjp Ups The Ante With Six Rallies In Indian Capital To Outdo Aap

New Delhi (Sputnik): With political parties stepping up their game, the electoral climate is heating up in India’s capital city of Delhi as the date for state legislative polls scheduled for 8 February is getting closer. The counting of votes is...
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Andrew Yang Qualifies For The Next Debate.

With four strong polls on Saturday and Sunday, Mr. Yang, who missed the last debate, has secured a spot onstage in New Hampshire on Feb. 7.
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Sanders And Biden Are Neck-and-neck In New Iowa Poll.

Bernie Sanders was at 26 percent, Joe Biden at 25, Pete Buttigieg at 22 and Elizabeth Warren at 15 in a CBS News poll.
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‘there’s A Shift Occurring’: Ayanna Pressley Stumps For Warren In South Carolina.

“I don’t put much stock in the polls,” Ms. Pressley said, asked about Ms. Warren’s support among black voters. “You can’t poll transformation.”

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Bloomberg Watch

After the most recent set of polls this weekend, Michael Bloomberg has now surpassed Pete Buttigieg in the RealClearPolitics national polling average and is now running fourth behind Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Earlier for...
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Sanders And Biden Each Get A Good Poll In Iowa

A new Emerson College/7 News Poll in Iowa finds Bernie Sanders leading the Democratic presidential race with 30%, followed by Joe Biden at 21%, Amy Klobuchar 13%, Elizabeth Warren at 11% and Pete Buttigieg at 10%. They are followed by Tom Steyer and...
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Princess Beatrice, Eugenie Snubbed: Royals Should Not Pick Up Prince Andrew’s Duties [poll]

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie should not pick up their father Prince Andrew’s royal duties. The royal family faces a number of blows in the recent months. Three members of the family, Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided...

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Monday: New Home Sales

Weekend:• Schedule for Week of January 26, 2020Monday:• At 10:00 AM ET, New Home Sales for December from the Census Bureau. The consensus is for 730 thousand SAAR, up from 719 thousand in November.• At 10:30 AM, Dallas Fed Survey of...
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Are You Behind On Your Retirement Savings? Here's Reassuring News

If your savings aren't looking quite as strong as they should, you're not alone. More than half of U.S. workers have less than $50,000 stashed away for retirement, according to a survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute, and of those...

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Can Money Solve Physician Burnout?

I previously published a post discussing the most recent Medscape burnout survey results for physicians.  An interesting point of discussion was that many physicians felt that if they made more money, they would likely be happier.  Today, we...

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