24 26, has a margin of error of 4 percentage points for the total sample. The Democratic primary match up has a margin of error of 5.2 points.The numbers moved very little between the first and second weeks of the two phase survey, even as the primary election drew closer. 10 12 and Aug.
Oakley estaba comprando en una tienda de art deportivos dentro del Centro Comercial Cielo Vista cuando un ni entr y grit que hab un tirador activo. El hombre se dirigi corriendo hacia el aparcamiento cuando escuch disparos, tras lo cual vio a muchos ni que corr por el centro comercial asustados y sin sus padres.”Trat de agarrarlos, a tantos como pudiese [ Pero estaban tan asustados que se escapaban”, ha recordado el exmilitar. “Estaba muy preocupado por esos ni dijo Oakley, quien reuni a tantos ni como le fue posible y los llev a un lugar seguro.El tiroteo mortal tuvo lugar la ma del 3 de agosto en una tienda de la cadena Walmart anexa al centro comercial Cielo Vista.
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“I didn’t know,” Ford told AM640 host John Oakley. “I agree with Rob, it is a minor setback. Rob overall is doing fantastic.”He just had a minor setback as they say, fell off the wagon, but Rob’s resilient and he hopped back on and he’s a fighter.”On Tuesday, Ford told reporters at City Hall that video of the mayor ranting in Jamaican patois and hurling insults at Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair wasn’t filmed on Monday.”We’re playing games now, but I’ll repeat what he said 10 million times.
Same to the folks saying we need cops at pride to protect us from rightwing attackers. My view on that is if you have cops at pride, you inviting at least a handful of violent rightwingers from each department, if not more, to the event you trying to prevent those types from coming to. We can protect ourselves.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeRangers legend Ian Durrant admits he’s dreading the prospect of Old Firm games behind closed doors and reckons it could be a season of CHAOS with the pressure on both sides.Durrant was part of the Rangers side who failed to win a record breaking 10 in a row title in 1998 and his old club must now try and stop bitter rivals Celtic reaching that milestone next season.But Durrant fears a drastic reduction in quality when football starts back without fans after SPFL chiefs were given the green light to kick off the new campaign on August 1 following talks with Scottish Government officials.The 53 year old who is back in the game after he was unveiled as Stevie Aitken’s assistant at East Kilbride reckons an Old Firm derby in particular would suffer with empty stands.Durrant hasn’t been impressed after watching Bundesliga ‘ghost games’ in Germany and one proposal reportedly under consideration is to play all four derby encounters in 2021 in the hope that punters will be allowed through the turnstiles by then.And with the pressure on ahead of the biggest league campaign since Durrant and his team mates chased their place in history, Durrant smiled: “It could be chaos.(Image: Action Images via Reuters)”But you might have the scenario of having an Old Firm game with no fans which is now a thing now and it would be a real shame.”It would take away so much. I have played in the Old Firm derbies and the atmosphere is second to none. I don’t think football will be anything it should be without fans.”If you look at Aberdeen, Hearts, Hibs: these are great stadiums to go and play football when they are packed.”It will be interesting but for everybody we are just trying to get our heads round how you play without fans.”Is the quality going to be good? Can you perform when there aren’t 10,000, 20,000, 30,000, 40,000, 60,000 watching you?”I have been watching the Bundesliga game and it feels as if they are training games.