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Dutch PM's party draws level with Wilders in latest polls

Den Haag - Three weeks before Dutch elections Prime Minister Mark Rutte's ruling Liberals are neck-and-neck with MP Geert Wilders' far-right party who previously dominated the polls, an aggregated survey showed on Wednesday.

Obama approval ratings high as he prepares to leave office

Washington - Barack Obama leaves the White House Friday with his popularity nearly as high as it was when he took office eight years ago.

Dutch PM's party closing gap with far-right: polls

Den Haag - Two months before Dutch elections the polls are narrowing with the Liberal party of Prime Minister Mark Rutte catching up with MP Geert Wilders' far-right party, an aggregated survey showed Wednesday.

Half of Russians fear Syria could spark WWIII

Moscow - Nearly half of Russians fear that Moscow's bombing campaign in Syria could spark World War III, a poll showed Monday.Moscow, an ally of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, has been staging bombing raids in Syria since September 2015.

Clinton jumps to double-digit lead over Trump: poll

Washington - Hillary Clinton has soared to a 12-point lead over Donald Trump in the race for the White House, according to a new poll released Sunday, with the real estate magnate's support tanking among key voter groups.

Only 14 percent of Brazilians back Temer

S - Just 14 percent of Brazilians approve of new President Michel Temer's government, a poll showed Tuesday.The Ibope poll found that 39 percent of Brazilians think the government is terrible and 34 percent consider it acceptable.

Clinton, Trump in virtual tie ahead of first debate

Washington - Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in a virtual dead heat in their bitter race for the White House on the eve of their first head-to-head presidential debate, a new poll showed Sunday.

Trump, Clinton running neck and neck: poll

Washington - Less than two weeks before their first debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a very tight race for the White House, a national poll showed Wednesday.

One year after Corbyn win, Britain's Labour hits poll low point

London - One year after his election, Jeremy Corbyn is leading the most unpopular opposition Labour party in British history, according to an analysis of polls published Monday.

Erdogan approval rating soars after coup bid: poll

Ankara - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's approval rating soared by over 20 percentage points after last month's failed coup, reaching the highest level since his election two years ago, a poll said on Thursday.

Nicaragua president, wife lead polls for November vote

Managua - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and his wife, Rosario Murillo, have the support of more than seven in 10 voters three months before presidential and legislative elections, a poll released Monday showed.

Colombians turn against peace deal: poll

Estanzuela - A poll published Sunday indicated that Colombians would reject a peace deal to end the country's half-century civil war in a planned referendum.

Merkel's popularity plunges in wake of attacks

Berlin - Public support for Angela Merkel has plummeted, mainly over the chancellor's refugee policy in the wake of a series of attacks in Germany, according to a poll published Thursday.

Clinton leads Trump by seven points in latest poll

Washington - Hillary Clinton got a four-point bounce in support after the Democratic National Convention and now leads Donald Trump by seven points in the race for the White House, says a poll released Monday.

Trump takes narrow lead over Clinton in Florida: Poll

Washington - Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has overtaken his opponent Hillary Clinton in the battleground state of Florida, with the race too close to call in two other swing states, a new poll showed Wednesday.

Crime, transport top Rio Olympic concerns: Poll

Rio De Janeiro - Most Rio de Janeiro residents think the Olympics next month will be a success, but an overwhelming number worry that violence could ruin the Games, according to a poll Sunday.

Spain's PP wins election, Podemos second: exit poll

Madrid - Spain's ruling conservative Popular Party (PP) took first place in a repeat general election on Sunday but fell well short of a majority while far-left formation Unidos Podemos came second, an exit poll showed.

New EU referendum poll puts 'Remain' at 52%

London - The campaign to keep Britain in the European Union has a narrow lead, according to a new opinion poll released Thursday as Britons voted in a tight referendum.

Low approval ratings for Brazil's acting president

Bras - Just 11.3 percent of Brazilians support the government of Brazil's acting president Michel Temer, according to a survey released Wednesday.

Brexit or not, Europe's voters cooler on Union: survey

Washington - Whether or not Britons vote this month to quit the European Union, fellow voters across the continent are increasingly skeptical of the benefits of staying in the bloc.

Peru presidential race in dead heat: Exit polls

- Peru's presidential candidates were headed for a photo finish in Sunday's election, exit polls showed at the close of voting.Surveys by pollsters Ipsos and Gfk gave a slight lead to ex-Wall Street banker Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.

Majority of Brazilians back snap elections: poll

S - Six out of 10 Brazilians want snap elections to resolve the country's political crisis in which leftist President Dilma Rousseff faces impeachment, a poll released Tuesday said.

Italy anti-establishment party nips at ruling left's heels: Poll

Rome - Italy's Five Star anti-establishment movement is enjoying a boom in popularity which presents a real threat to the ruling centre-left, a new poll showed Saturday.

Dutch anti-Islam politician Wilders named man of 2015

Den Haag - Far-right politician Geert Wilders was Monday named by a television poll as Dutch politician of the year as his Freedom Party gains ground amid a polarising debate on Europe's migrant crisis.

Two-thirds of Palestinians support knife attacks: Poll

Jerusalem - Two-thirds of Palestinians support the ongoing wave of stabbings against Israelis, with the same percentage backing a larger armed uprising, a poll released on Monday found.

France's far-right on course to grab three regions

Paris - The far-right National Front (FN) could take power in three of France's regions, polls said Friday, two days before the first round of elections which threaten to dramatically alter the country's political landscape.

Twitter has officially launched polls, unveiled more new features

Twitter has announced it is launching several new features that will benefit both users and developers. At its second Twitter Flight conference yesterday, the company officially started the roll-out of native polls and video ads.

Will Sparks makes entry in 2015 DJ Magazine's Top 100 DJs poll

Australian DJ and producer Will Sparks has made his breakthrough entry in the coveted 2015 DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs poll at No. 78.

Most French 'understand' irate Air France workers: Poll

Paris - A majority of French people "understand" the behaviour of striking Air France workers who attacked two of the airline's managers this week, ripping their clothes, a poll to be published Sunday showed.

Portugal set to vote austerity government back into power

Lisbon - Portugal could make eurozone history this weekend by becoming the first bailed-out country to re-elect a government which pushed through harsh austerity measures.
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