FORSA


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FORSAGesellschaft für Sozialforschung Und Statistische Analysen mbH
FORSAForum on Religion, Spirituality and Aging (American Society on Aging)
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The SPD gained two points in the Forsa poll to 23 per cent; the conservatives shed a point to 32 per cent.
Young people In particular, 72 percent of those surveyed in the Forsa study, as well as 63 percent of women place great value on food that is uncomplicated and quick to cook.
Forsa is meant to establish a mechanism to link the children of families receiving cash subsidies and job seekers with the opportunity to work so that the families can escape poverty through real opportunities for employment and fixed income.
The head of the Forsa polling agency, Manfred Guellner, attributed a small subsequent uptick in her conservative party's ratings to Merkel's trip.
A recent survey by Forsa for Stern magazine revealed that 69 percent of Germans are opposed to Turkey joining the EU, up from 52 percent who were against it in a 2005 survey.
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Another poll by Forsa put Merkel slightly ahead, 44 versus 43%.
Mercredi, une enquete Forsa pour Stern et RTL les creditait de 40% d'intentions de vote contre 22% pour le SPD (son plus bas de l'annee) et 15% pour les Verts.
On 4 June the Minister for the Middle East and North Africa, Alistair Burt is in Tunisia to launch Forsa, the Deauville Partnership's Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise (SME) mentoring initiative.
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Despite the crisis that continues to plague eurozone countries, 69% of Germans say that their country should keep the single currency and that the euro will still exist in the future, according to a survey conducted by the Forsa Institute and published by the German economic daily Handelsblatt on 9 April.
We are in the heart of disruption now," says Bethlam Forsa, a vice president at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the largest K-12 textbook publisher in the United States.