- Many adults in Peru believe capital punishment should be implemented again, according to a poll by Apoyo published in El Comercio. 82 per cent of respondents support the death penalty for people convicted of child molestation and murder.
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- Many Peruvian adults are satisfied with the performance of their new president, according to a poll by CPI. 71.8 per cent of respondents approve of Alan Garca’s performance.
- Adults in Bolivia are divided on the issues that should be tackled by the National Constituent Assembly, according to a poll by Apoyo, Opini³n y Mercado. 48 per cent of respondents want the topic of autonomy to be discussed in the sessions.
- Many adults in the Badger State would be in favour of capital punishment if a murder conviction is supported by DNA evidence, according to a poll by the University of Wisconsin Survey Center. 55.6 per cent of respondents say they would allow the death penalty in these cases.
- Many adults in Russia are disappointed with the way their government dealt with a hostage crisis in Iraq, according to a poll by the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center. 49 per cent of respondents think Russian authorities did not do all they could to rescue four Russian diplomats who were kidnapped.
- Many adults in the United States support the practice of capital punishment, according to a poll by TNS released by the Washington Post and ABC News. 65 per cent of respondents favour the death penalty for persons convicted of murder.
(Angus Reid Global Scan) – Ed Rendell maintains a high level of voter support in the Keystone State, according to two recent polls. In a survey by the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. 55 per cent of respondents in Pennsylvania would vote for the incumbent in this year’s gubernatorial election, while 31 per cent would back Republican rival Lynn Swann.
(Angus Reid Global Scan) – Fewer adults in the United States believe doctors should be allowed by law to end a patient’s life by some painless means, according to a poll by Gallup released by USA Today. 69 per cent of respondents agree with the rationale if a patient with an incurable disease requests it, down six points in a year.
(Angus Reid Global Scan) – Many adults in the United States believe capital punishment is adequate for specific crimes, according to a poll by Gallup released by USA Today. 65 per cent of respondents are in favour of the death penalty for a person convicted of murder.
(Angus Reid Global Scan) – Many adults in South Africa believe capital punishment should be implemented again, according to a poll by Research Surveys. 72 per cent of respondents believe the government should bring back the death penalty.