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U.S. Economic Confidence Climbs for Fifth Straight Month 2012
Autor: Gallup Economy
Americans' confidence in the economy improved for the fifth month in a row in January, with Gallup's Economic Confidence Index reaching -27, its highest point since May of last year. Americans, however, are not yet as confident as they were a year ago.
Public Priorities: Deficit Rising, Terrorism Slipping 2012
Autor: Pew Research Center
As the 2012 State of the Union approaches, the public continues to give the highest priority to economic issues. Fully 86% say that strengthening the economy should be a top priority for the president and Congress this year, and 82% rate improving the job situation as a top priority. None of the other 20 issues tested in this annual survey rate as a top priority for more than 70% of Americans.
Congress' Job Approval at New Low of 10% 2012
Autor: Gallup Politics
A record-low 10% of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing, down from 13% in January and the previous low of 11%, recorded in December 2011. Eighty-six percent disapprove of Congress, tying the record high for disapproval set in December.
Americans Would Swap Electoral College for Popular Vote 2011
Autor: Gallup Politics
Nearly 11 years after the 2000 presidential election brought the idiosyncrasies of the United States' Electoral College into full view, 62% of Americans say they would amend the U.S. Constitution to replace that system for electing presidents with a popular vote system. Barely a third, 35%, say they would keep the Electoral College.
Autor: Corporación Latinobarómetro
Hay una América Latina oculta detrás de la imagen estereotipada del siglo XX, nos hemos transformado.
Mientras la debilidad de la política y la desconfianza avasallan la agenda de la región, los avances continúan silenciosamente sin atención. Surge así una región nueva que empuja por ir más rápido que los países, por redistribuir los frutos del crecimiento, que reclama fuertemente en el año 2011 porque la desaceleración los afecta. Esta América Latina castiga con más dureza.
The World Drug Report documents developments in global drug markets and tries to explain the factors that drive them. Its analysis of trends and emerging challenges informs national and international drug and crime priorities and policies, and provides a solid foundation of evidence for counternarcotics interventions. Drug markets and drug use patterns change rapidly, so measures to stop them must also be quick to adapt. Thus the more comprehensive the drug data we collect and the stronger our capacity to analyse the problem, the better prepared the international community will be to respond to new challenges.
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