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Only 19 percent of chief executives say it is a serious risk to their business, a new poll finds.
But there are three reasons the Federal Government keeps pushing it.
Support for same-sex marriage has crashed ahead of the Turnbull government's postal survey, and only two-thirds of voters
Americans aren't holding back when it comes to President Donald Trump. A new poll from Fox News found that many Americans
When it comes to explaining why there are so few female CEOs, a lot of theories foist the blame on women: Women are not confident
More Australians than ever before accept climate science and believe renewables are our energy future.
Brexit and now The Donald -- how wrong can you be?
But Hillary's recipe won't.
It’s time to figure out what went wrong.
The magic number is 37.4 percent -- and some polls show him below that.
Polling on the 2016 presidential race undercounts secret Donald Trump voters, the businessman’s newly minted campaign manager
Pollsters only sampled voters’ trust on immigration in the 2008 and 2012 election cycles. Obama generated more confidence
For a lot of people, the election result has little material effect. Fortunately, you don't need to use your vote to help yourself. You can, in fact, use it to benefit other members of society.
If Turnbull turned up to give a Labor speech, or Shorten to a Liberal function, I am not convinced the audience or the press would notice. They are both saying the same thing and trying to convince us that their way is the best way. But unfortunately, there is only one way being presented.
U.K. polling faces the challenge of a rare referendum vote.
Donald Trump -- Twitter's resident expert on racist memes, lame insults, terrible dog metaphors and everything "Sad!" -- appeared
The results of our poll tell the truth about how and what guys do in there.