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Anti-Western sentiment 'at record levels' in Russia

Moscow - Anti-Western sentiment has reached historic levels in post-Soviet Russia, with a vast majority expressing negative attitudes towards the United States and the European Union, a poll showed on Monday.

Hollande's popularity soars after French jihadist attacks

Paris - Once France's most unpopular post-war president, Francois Hollande has experienced a dramatic surge in approval ratings over his widely-praised response to the Islamist attacks in Paris.

Almost half French oppose publishing Mohammed cartoons: Poll

Paris - Almost half of the French public oppose publication of cartoons depicting Islam's Prophet Mohammed, according to a poll Sunday, as global debate deepened on the limits of free speech in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo killings.

Britain's UKIP on 25% after by-election win: poll

London - Nationwide support for the United Kingdom Independence Party has surged to 25 percent after the anti-EU party won its first seat in parliament, according to one shock survey out Sunday.

Catalan govt to decide by Oct 15 whether to pursue independence vote

Barcelona - The Catalan government said Monday it will decide by October 15 whether to push ahead with a contested referendum on separation from the rest of Spain called for November 9.

More than half of Chinese see war with Japan: poll

Tokyo - More than half of Chinese people think their country could go to war with Japan in the future, a new poll revealed Wednesday, after two years of intense diplomatic squabbles.A survey conducted in both nations found that 53.

Scottish independence campaign leads poll for first time

London - A new opinion poll published on Sunday put Scotland's pro-independence camp ahead for the first time in the campaign, just 11 days before a referendum on splitting from Britain.

Scottish independence campaign ahead in poll for first time

London - A new opinion poll being published on Sunday put Scotland's pro-independence camp ahead for the first time in the campaign, just 11 days before the referendum on splitting from Britain.

Latest poll cements Silva's favorite status in Brazil

Bras - Opposition ecologist Marina Silva remains favorite to oust incumbent Dilma Rousseff in next month's presidential election, latest polls showed Wednesday.

Macau announces democracy vote after massive Hong Kong poll

Hong Kong - Activists in the gambling hub of Macau have announced an unofficial referendum on electoral reform in the latest challenge to Beijing, after almost 800,000 turned out for a similar poll in Hong Kong.

Majority of Spaniards want referendum on monarchy: poll

Madrid - The majority of Spaniards want a referendum on the future of the monarchy, according to a poll published Sunday, less than a week after King Juan Carlos abdicated in favour of his son.

India exit polls show huge swing to opposition BJP

Delhi - Indian voters have swung massively behind Narendra Modi's right-wing opposition Bharatiya Janata Party which may be able to secure a parliamentary majority with existing allies, exit polls indicated Monday.

Poll: Colorado voters believe legalized pot good for the state

Denver - As one of the first two states to legalize marijuana for recreational use, Colorado has been seen by others as something of a guinea pig state. According to a recent poll, Colorado voters have mostly welcomed the changes.

French President Hollande's popularity sinks as new PM's rises

Paris - Popular approval for French President Francois Hollande has hit a new low of 18 percent, far below the 58 percent for his new Prime Minister Manuel Valls, an opinion poll showed Sunday.

Canada stocks to slip, then rebound in choppy 2014: Reuters poll

Canadian stocks are expected to decline in the coming months after an early surge this year, then rebound by year-end to levels not touched since 2008 as prospects for global growth improve, a Reuters poll...

BOJ tipped to ease by July; GDP, inflation weak: Reuters poll

The Bank of Japan will ease policy again by July as prospects for higher inflation remain remote and the outlook for the economy weakens, a Reuters poll found.

Venice votes on cutting ties with Italy

Rome - Italians in Venice and its surrounding region are voting this week on whether to break away from the rest of the country and form their own country, organisers told AFP on Monday.The online vote, organised by local independence parties, is not legally ...

Fed seen hiking U.S. rates in second half of 2015 as jobless rate falls

The Federal Reserve is expected to start raising U.S.

Dollar to outperform other major currencies this year

The dollar will easily outperform other major currencies in the coming year, according to foreign exchange strategists polled by Reuters, driven by demand for U.S.

Top investors cut emerging Europe equities as Ukraine turmoil escalates: Reuters poll

The world's top investors cut exposure to emerging European equities to a five-month low in February as they fretted over a spillover from tensions in Ukraine and Russia, Reuters polls showed on Friday.

No clarity from economists on clarity of BoE's new policy: Reuters poll

The Bank of England's revamped forward guidance has split economists in a Reuters poll as to whether it has improved clarity about where British interest rates are headed.

Calls grow louder for ECB to print money: Reuters poll

The European Central Bank may be forced to print money this year to fight off deflation risks and boost what remains very fragile economic growth, according to a growing minority of economists polled by Reuters. ...

French and Italian love-rats top European infidelity poll

Paris - When even their president is being caught sneaking around behind his partner's back, it is perhaps unsurprising to find the French topping a poll for infidelity, alongside the equally hot-blooded Italians.More than one in two men -- 55 percent -- from ...

Canada housing boom expected to cool, crash fears linger: Reuters poll

Canada's housing market boom will fade out over the next three years and although analysts say prices won't fall from record highs most are at least somewhat worried about the risk of a crash, ...

Poll shows Brazilians are souring on hosting World Cup

The number of Brazilians who favor hosting the World Cup has fallen to an all-time low just four months before kick-off, with many criticizing the soccer tournament as a waste of money that would be b...

Most Americans have yet to watch any best-picture Oscar nominee

It may be one of the best years in recent memory for high-quality Hollywood film, but two-thirds of Americans have yet to see any of the movies nominated for the best picture Oscar, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on ...

Bank of Japan likely to expand asset buying by summer

The Bank of Japan is expected to ease policy further by this summer to help boost the economy and pull it out of a 15-year deflation, as the effects from Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's stimulus strategy loses...

Humour trumps good looks in Philippines

Manila - Ugly people with a sense of humour appear to trump their good-looking but dull peers in the Philippines' dating game, according to a pre-Valentine's Day poll published Thursday.Given a choice, nine in 10 adult Filipinos told survey group Social Weather...

Many Russians say Sochi Games marred by corruption: poll

Many Russians believe preparations for the Sochi Winter Olympics have been marred by corruption and do not want their country to bid to host a summer Games, according to an opinion poll published on Wednesday.

Men don't always behave badly

Contrary to what many women believe, men aren’t actually like Al Bundy — they don’t actually hate shopping and they don’t prefer to hang out in nudie bars, forsaking time with their families — according to an online poll.
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