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Wednesday. November 14

The World Today

A New Hope that War in Yemen May End

A New Hope that War in Yemen May End

The escalation of the world's worst humanitarian crisis in Yemen may be stopped soon, as British Home Secretary Jeremy Hunt suggested. He said that communicating with Saudi Arabia he impressed the urgency of the current situation.

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One Killed, 85 Wounded in Terrorist Attacks Against Israel

One Killed, 85 Wounded in Terrorist Attacks Against Israel

The Hamas led terrorist groups intensified attacks against Israel over night. Palestinian politicians blamed Israel for attacks but IDF conducted retaliatory attacks targeting strategically important terror infrastructure. Israeli Government is said to make decision regarding possible broaden military operation against Palestinian terrorists.

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Tuesday. November 13

Monday. November 12

The Business|Just Third Way Today

British Unions Against Microchipping at Work

The microchipping has been promoted by Swedish former body piercer who appears to be ignoring a need for humane treatment of a neighbour. A former body piercer may lack basic moral ethics but governments should ban such companies which may inflict more social wounds in already divided society.

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Americans Voted For Marijuana

Americans Voted For Marijuana

Increasing amount of Americans, including Christians, are demanding to decriminalise use and production of this soft narcotic. The pre-election poll also indicated that the majority of US Voters do not have conservative views on this issue anymore.

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Latest Polls

Issue Poll Date Results Spread 
Two party-preferred Ipsos-Fairfax  July 18-21  Coalition – 49  ALP- 51 ALP +3
Two party-preferred Newspoll  July 1  Coalition – 49  ALP- 51 ALP +3
Two party-preferred Ipsos-Fairfax  June 20-23  Coalition – 47 ALP- 53 ALP +3.4
Two party-preferred Sky News  May 30  Coalition – 48 ALP- 52 ALP +6
Two party-preferred Australia Institute  May 10  Coalition – 47 ALP- 53 ALP +6
Two party-preferred Morgan Poll  April 1  Coalition – 49 ALP- 51 ALP +3
Primary vote Ipsos-Fairfax  July 18-21  Coalition – 39 Labor – 34 Coalition +4
Primary vote Ipsos-Fairfax  July 18-21  Greens – 12 Other – 15
Primary vote Newspoll  July 1  Coalition – 39 Labor – 37 Coalition +2
Primary vote Newspoll  July 1  Greens – 9 One Nation – 6
Primary vote Ipsos-Fairfax  June 20-23  Coalition – 35 Labor – 35
Primary vote Ipsos-Fairfax  June 20-23  Greens – 12 One Nation – 6
Primary vote Morgan Poll  April 1  Coalition – 38.5 Labor – 37.5
Primary vote Morgan Poll  April 1  Greens – 11 One Nation – 3
Better PM Ipsos-Fairfax  July 18-21  Turnbull – 57  Shorten – 30
Better PM Newspoll  July 1  Turnbull – 46  Shorten – 31
Better PM Fairfax/ Ipsos  June 20-23  Turnbull – 51  Shorten – 33

Latest Polls

Issue Poll Date Results Spread 
Two party-preferred Ipsos-Fairfax  July 18-21  Coalition – 49  ALP- 51 ALP +3
Two party-preferred Newspoll  July 1  Coalition – 49  ALP- 51 ALP +3
Two party-preferred Ipsos-Fairfax  June 20-23  Coalition – 47 ALP- 53 ALP +3.4
Two party-preferred Sky News  May 30  Coalition – 48 ALP- 52 ALP +6
Two party-preferred Australia Institute  May 10  Coalition – 47 ALP- 53 ALP +6
Two party-preferred Morgan Poll  April 1  Coalition – 49 ALP- 51 ALP +3
Primary vote Ipsos-Fairfax  July 18-21  Coalition – 39 Labor – 34 Coalition +4
Primary vote Ipsos-Fairfax  July 18-21  Greens – 12 Other – 15
Primary vote Newspoll  July 1  Coalition – 39 Labor – 37 Coalition +2
Primary vote Newspoll  July 1  Greens – 9 One Nation – 6
Primary vote Ipsos-Fairfax  June 20-23  Coalition – 35 Labor – 35
Primary vote Ipsos-Fairfax  June 20-23  Greens – 12 One Nation – 6
Primary vote Morgan Poll  April 1  Coalition – 38.5 Labor – 37.5
Primary vote Morgan Poll  April 1  Greens – 11 One Nation – 3
Better PM Ipsos-Fairfax  July 18-21  Turnbull – 57  Shorten – 30
Better PM Newspoll  July 1  Turnbull – 46  Shorten – 31
Better PM Fairfax/ Ipsos  June 20-23  Turnbull – 51  Shorten – 33

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