Globally, 54 per cent of respondents strongly agree
that by 2035, China and India will have surpassed the US as the world's centers of tech innovation.
* 67 percent of Saudi Arabian respondents, higher than the global average of 54 percent, strongly agree
with the prediction that 'China and India have eclipsed the U.S.
: 15.7 per cent Tend to agree
: 12 per cent Neither agree
nor disagree: 23 per cent Tend to disagree: 12.6 per cent Strongly disagree: 36.6 per cent Third question - New referendum To what extent do you agree
with this statement: "As Theresa May's Brexit deal was rejected by Parliament, a new referendum should be called."
It was highest among college graduates at an extremely strong +54 (70 percent agree
, 16 percent disagree), followed by high school graduates at an extremely strong +50 (69 percent agree
, 18 percent disagree), non-elementary school graduates at a very strong +34 (55 percent agree
, 20 percent disagree), and elementary school graduates at a very strong +33 (57 percent agree
, 23 percent disagree).
On the other hand, the split on the opinion that 'it is right that persons who use drugs or are involved in the illegal drug trade are killed' are close: 42 percent disagree with the statement while 39 percent agree
. The remaining 19 percent are undecided.
22% Strongly disagree 19% Neither agree
nor disagree 30% Strongly agree
7% It is important for the UK's reputation we continue to spend this money.
The analysis revealed that out of the total of 165 returned questionnaires, 49.69% (N=82) housewives said that they Strongly Agree
to speak English with their children at home, whereas 24.84% (N=41) opted for the option Agree
The loan is currently swapped to a fixed rate of 3.74% until 1 July 2013 and Agree
Realty has signed a forward interest rate swap agreement to fix the rate at 3.62% for the period between July 2013 and the maturity date.
The high percentage of the examinees 87,8,% are informed about the rules of the conduct at school (53,2% agree
very much with the assertion and 34,6% of the tolled respondents agree
Do you agree
with us that our National Assembly should no longer have to go cap in hand to Westminster before we can pass our own laws?
"We are looking for ways to spend less because we are worried about today's economy." Under 50 Agree
50+Agree Under 50 Total 50+Total agree
Strongly Strongly agree
66% 68% 87% 87%