The Daily Populous

Monday December 24th, 2018 night edition

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And when asked whether she will vote for President Donald Trump a second time, she lets out a long, deep sigh.

They are the 18% of voters who described themselves as only "somewhat" approving of the president.

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An analysis of VoteCast, a nationwide poll of more than 115,000 midterm voters conducted for The Associated Press by NORC at the University of Chicago, highlights the fractures.

Their backing helped Trump carve a path to the presidency through the industrial Midwest, but with little margin for error.

The VoteCast analysis suggests that a significant share of these wary Trump supporters have some views in common with Democrats in the Trump era.

She acknowledged that some midterm voters, particularly women, may have soured on Trump's leadership, especially as it pertains to security issues. »

Scientists confirm there was never a ‘pause’ in global warming

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This period — believed to have lasted a decade and a half — was held up as evidence that humans might not be causing significant climate change.

But a series of papers published in Environmental Research Letters lays the theory to rest once and for all.

The study examined how scientists around the world defined the supposed “pause” in global warming. »

Colder, Darker Climates Increase Alcohol Consumption

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According to new research from the – Where you live could influence how much you drink.

According to new research from the University of Pittsburgh Division of Gastroenterology , people living in colder regions with less sunlight drink more alcohol than their warm-weather counterparts.

The study, recently published online in Hepatology , found that as temperature and sunlight hours dropped, alcohol consumption increased. »

Where do babies on television come from?

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“If a show wants a birthing scene, they always want babies as small as they possibly can.

Because twins are more likely to be premature [on average by three weeks, with triplets seven weeks early].”.

“Sometimes if they can’t get twins, they’ll use a lookalike and get both of them to wear a hat.”. »