James Golden, host of “The Bo Snerdley Show” on 77-WABC/New York, today announced the formation of the Golden-TIPP Poll.
The joint effort of Golden and TechnoMetrica Institute of Policy and Politics (TIPP) will focus on issue-specific surveys of public opinion involving emerging political policies.
The Golden-TIPP Poll continues the talk radio host’s 30-year engagement in the public policy arena. “Objectivity and accuracy are paramount in providing information, so people can make informed decisions about their lives,” said Golden, also known as Bo Snerdley from the Rush Limbaugh Show. “I can think of no better partner for providing radio listeners with the political, historical, and socio-economic information they need than TIPP.”
TIPP is a nationally known leader in the collection and dissemination of public opinion research whose insights and analysis are followed by news organizations, policymakers, and brands from around the world.
As the polling arm of TechnoMetrica, TIPP monitors America’s pulse on the key political, social, and economic issues of the day through its surveys. TIPP produced the most accurate polling data in each of the last five presidential election cycles and has been widely recognized as ‘the nation’s most accurate pollster.’
The collaboration between Golden and TIPP is a “natural fit,” said Golden. The Golden-TIPP Poll will announce results of opinion surveys on key issues on a weekly basis, as well as sponsored polling heading into the 2022 mid-term election cycle.
Contact: Scott Hogenson, 703-967-6298
Syrian Oil Spill Spreads Across Mediterranean
Authorities in Cyprus are monitoring an oil slick that originated from a power plant on Syria’s Mediterranean coast and could soon affect the island.
Syrian officials said last week that a tank filled with 15,000 tonnes of fuel had been leaking since August 23 at a thermal power plant inside the Baniyas oil refinery. They said they had been able to bring it under control, according to CNN.
Satellite imagery by Orbital EOS now indicates that the oil spill was larger than originally thought, covering around 800 square kilometers – an area around the same size as New York City. The company told CNN on Tuesday that the oil slick was around 7km from the Cypriot coast.
The prime minister of Turkish-controlled northern Cyprus said it was taking all necessary measures to prevent the slick causing damage and was receiving assistance from Turkey, the BBC said.
The Cypriot government said it was ready to provide help if requested.
The authoritarian leader’s comments come before large joint military exercises later this month.
The delivery is likely to be interpreted as a further sign of Moscow’s unwavering support for Lukashenko, who faced down the biggest opposition protests against his rule last year by overseeing a violent crackdown condemned by the West.
Russian and Belarusian forces are set to hold large joint military exercises later this month. The Zapad-2021 drills will last from September 10 until 16. Russia sees its Belarusian ally as a security buffer on its western flank against the NATO military alliance and the European Union.
Russia and Belarus are formally part of a “union state” and have been in talks for years to further integrate their nations.
The negotiations have long spurred fears among the beleaguered Belarusian opposition that Lukashenko might trade chunks of sovereignty in return for even more political backing from the Kremlin.
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