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Nearly two-thirds of Germans say Trump is more dangerous than Putin – poll

Nearly two-thirds of Germans believe the actions of US President Donald Trump are more dangerous than the policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin, a new poll conducted ahead of the two leaders’ summit reveals. A day before the long-awaited summit in Helsinki, the German DPA agency released the results of a poll conducted by UK-based YouGov data analytics firm. Read ...

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Two-thirds of Russians believe global government exists – poll

About two-thirds of Russians believe in the existence of a shadowy world government, and most of them also believe it is hostile to their country, according to a recent survey. On Wednesday state-run Russian public opinion research agency VTSIOM released the results of a poll in which 67 percent of Russian citizens said they believe there is a secret world ...

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Race to the clouds: Asia home to two-thirds of world’s skyscrapers

Over 63 percent of the world’s tallest buildings are located in Asia, making the region a global leader in reaching skywards, according to data from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. The eastern regions appear to have become home to more than 3,600 high-rise buildings, according to the report that is focused on structures exceeding 492.1 feet (150 ...

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Bots on Twitter share two-thirds of links to popular websites: Pew

It’s official: Bots are doing a lot of PR grunt work on Twitter — especially when it comes to promoting porn websites. That perhaps unsurprising conclusion about what automated Twitter accounts are link sharing comes courtesy of a new study by the Pew Research Center which set out to quantify one aspect of bot-based activity in the Twittersphere. Specifically the researchers ...

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Richest 1% will own two-thirds of global wealth by 2030

A report by the UK House of Commons library has warned that the continued accumulation of wealth at the top will fuel growing distrust and anger over the coming decade unless action is taken to restore balance. According to the report, seen by The Guardian, if trends seen since the 2008 financial crash were to continue, then the top 1 ...

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Two-thirds of Russians feel incapable of changing domestic situation, poll shows

Published time: 15 Nov, 2017 14:27 The majority of Russians say they feel completely unable to change anything in their country, and almost as many say they feel no personal responsibility for their motherland, according to a recent poll. The research, released by the independent Russian sociological research agency Levada on Wednesday, showed that 68 percent of Russians think that ...

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Two-thirds of US baby foods test positive for arsenic, many contain lead & cadmium – study

Published time: 25 Oct, 2017 22:56 Some 65 percent of baby food products in the US – including four out of five baby formulas – contain traces of the toxin arsenic, a new study has found, but officials say there is little they can do to remove substances that could harm developing infants. The Clean Label Project study of 530 baby ...

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Two-thirds of Americans believe North Korea poses serious threat to US, new survey finds

Newly released data comes after tensions continue to mount between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, with both threatening to take military action against the other. The CNN poll, conducted between August 3-6 this year, found that 62 per cent believe North Korea poses a threat to the US, up from 48 per cent in March. The figure is the highest ...

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Two-thirds of Americans want special prosecutor on Trump, Russia

Nearly two-thirds of Americans want a special prosecutor to investigate the alleged ties between President Trump’s inner circle and Russia, a new poll out Monday showed. The latest CNN/ORC poll found that 65% of respondents wanted to see a special prosecutor handle such a probe, while only 32% said they felt comfortable with ongoing Senate and House Intelligence Committees handling ...

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