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Early polls do more than just retroactive

SAN FRANCISCO – California is no longer a political trivial matter. The continuous blue state has existed since George H.W. Bush won here over 30 years ago. And in the last election cycles, the nomination competitions in the Golden State were boring. Since the Democrats have decided to prioritize their primaries from early June to 3 March, the "Super Tuesday" …

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India's Narendra Modi is facing re-election, Exit Polls Show

NEW DELHI – Prime Minister Narendra Modi, one of India's most powerful and divisive leaders for decades, was standing for re-election after the exit polls released Sunday after the big parliamentary elections. Mr. Modi seems to have emerged from the largest democratic vote in human history, exposed to unemployment and hardship on farms, relatively unscathed by growing grievances across India. …

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India Election 2019: According to polls, Narendra Modi is again prime minister

Image Rights Getty Images Caption Many viewed the election as a referendum on Prime Minister Modi Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is on its way to winning parliamentary elections. The BJP and Congress's main opposition party fought over seven voting phases with strong regional rivals in a bruise campaign. The results will be announced on May …

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Australia's Conservative Coalition garnered a stunning political victory in parliamentary elections, defying polls and forecasting losses

The ruling conservative coalition of Australia prevailed over the polls and scored on Saturday an impressive political victory in the country's parliamentary elections. Opposition leader Bill Shorten called Prime Minister Scott Morrison to congratulate him on his election victory. He told Labor Party supporters that his party had not won enough seats to form a coalition government. "I know you're …

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Interim Polls in the Philippines to Put Rodrigo Duterte to the Test | news

Manila, Philippines – A national election of lawmakers and local leaders could help Rodrigo Duterte remain in power halfway through his controversial presidency About 43,000 candidates compete for approximately 18,000 government posts. Decisive is the election of 12 senators for the 24-member higher congress chamber. So far, the Chamber has mitigated some of Duterte's more polarizing goals, such as his …

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The Ukrainian presidential elections begin, polls show that the comedian candidate leads the elections

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India Election 2019: The vote begins in marathon polls

Posted at 1:31 1:31 The World's Largest Choice Begins Today Hello, and welcome to the BBC's live coverage of the first day of voting in India in six weeks Voters from around the country participate in the largest elections the world has ever seen. It's 07:00 local time in India's capital Delhi, and polling stations have just opened. Today, in …

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The Israeli polls are just as unreliable as the American ones

With Israeli polls near completion and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing a tight re-election, keep in mind that Israeli polls are as unreliable as American ones. Voting stations closed at 15.00. The eastern time, and it is expected that the early exits then walk around. But it is only much later that we get a sense of how the actual …

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Polls close in historic Chicago Mayoral election to replace Rahm Emanuel

Toni Preckwinkle, left, facing Lori Lightfoot in the Chicago mayor.            (Getty Images / AP, File) Polls have closed in Chicago's mayoral election, in which a former federal prosecutor who has never held elected office was vying Tuesday against a powerful official whose political career spans decades – providing voters Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who opted not to run for re-election, …

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