Arab News and YouGov’s Pan Arab opinion poll: ‘Elections 2020: What do Arabs Want?’
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Arabs with Trump on Iran, but not on Jerusalem move: YouGov poll
RIYADH: Nearly half the respondents in an Arab News/YouGov poll conducted in 18 Middle East and Africa (MENA) countries believe neither candidate in the upcoming US elections will necessarily be good for the region.Of the rest, 40 percent said Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden would be better for the region while 12 percent said the same thing about incumbent President Donald Trump. But a key takeaway of the poll is that if Biden, who served as vice president to Barack Obama until 2017, wins the White House race, he would be well advised to shed the Obama administration baggage.When asked a...
The methodology behind a new Arab News/YouGov pan-Arab survey
RIYADH: Voters across the US will decide on Nov. 3 whether President Donald Trump will remain their leader for another four years. The White House occupant is challenged by Joe Biden, who served two terms as Barack Obama’s vice-president and has been a prominent Democrat politician since the 1970s.As part of its continued partnership with Arab News to reveal the public’s views on current events, YouGov conducted an opinion poll in late September 2020 to gauge how Arabs across the Middle East view the 2020 US election, the candidates and their policies.The main aim of the Arab News/YouGov pan-A...
Many Americans don’t expect Congress to ever pass coronavirus relief package
Talks of the second stimulus checks started soon after Congress approved the first stimulus checks in March. Since then Americans have heard all sorts of reports, including stimulus checks are coming, checks will be generous, differences between Democrats and Republicans, talks failing and many more. Hearing so many reports over the past five months, along with no clear sign of stimulus checks is forcing many Americans now to believe there won’t be any coronavirus relief package.Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreWhat do Americans think of coronavirus relief package?The latest Eco...
New Poll Shows 55% Of Americans Support Trump Impeachment Inquiry
A new poll published Sunday reveals more than half of Americans support House Democrats’ effort to begin a formal impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump over his communications with Ukraine’s government.The CBS News survey, which was conducted by YouGov, concluded that 55 percent of voters back an impeachment probe. Of these, 35 percent were found to strongly approve of such an inquiry, while 20 percent said they are somewhat in favor of this move. In total, 45 percent of those surveyed said they opposed Democratic lawmakers’ push to begin impeachment proceedings against Trump.L...