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The Divided States of America: The Biden era ushers in hope for his supporters, despair for Trump backers

Most 2020 GOP voters say President-Elect Biden will do a worse job handling COVID-19 than Trump January 19, 2021 – Tomorrow the pages of American history turn again, with the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris.

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Republican Reckoning: Most GOP voters want Trump-style politics to continue but one-in-four call for change

2020 GOP voter motivations split between affection for Trump & policies and disdain for Biden and DNC January 18, 2021 – One of the most unprecedented transitions of U.S. power in modern history – set for Wednesday – will for

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Royal Tab: Vast majority don’t want to pay costs associated with the Sussexes’ move to Canada

One-in-four Canadians say Royal Family is less relevant today, 41% say it has no relevance at all January 15, 2020 – The bombshell news that Prince Harry and his wife Meghan – the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – were

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The Incited States: Are Liberal Americans having their own ‘Tea Party’ moment in the age of Trump?

18-34-year-olds most likely to report increased political engagement since Nov. 8. March 16, 2017 – With protesters in the streets and congressional offices flooded with phone calls, one narrative emerging from the current U.S. political climate is that the election

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Kremlin Contradiction: Despite Trump’s ‘respect’, two-thirds of Americans view Putin negatively

February 10, 2017 – “Very smart.” “A great leader.” At times, both during the election and since taking office, President Donald Trump has been effusive in his praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was again the case during a

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‘America First?’ Americans say yes on trade, but aren’t ready to give up on NATO, UN just yet

February 7, 2017 – Putting foreign powers “on notice”, “taking names” at the United Nations, tense Oval Office phone conversations with long time allies and open talk of massive import tariffs on its third-biggest trading partner – if nothing else,

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