US media: no matter who is President, United States voters will not be looking forward to

September 24, 2016

According to the Los Angeles Times reported on August 20 1xbet, both Republicans, was also voted democratic United States voters at least have one thing in common: they are not high expectations on the next President. According to a new poll by the Pew Research Center, less than one-third of registered voters think Hillary or Trump will make a good President, more people think that any one person in the White House might be the two “bad”.

Hillary voters expect a little bit better. 31% said she would be a great or a good President, 22% said she was very mediocre, 12% per cent of voters believe she is poor, 33% said as President she would be very bad. As for Trump, 43% per cent of voters think that he can be a very bad President, only 27% per cent of voters think that Trump is a great or a good President. This poll similar to the March survey results, reflecting voters ‘ ambivalence about the candidates they support. Both Trump and the Hillary supporters are less than 1/4 think he (she) would be a good President. While more supporters just think another candidate is worse: 72% Trump supporters said Clinton is too bad and 83% of Hillary Clinton supporters also hold similar opinions to Trump.

Apart from the views of candidates, 1xbet polls also show voters United States State and most pressing challenges currently facing has a distinctly different view. Overall, the polls show, voters not only for the candidates, and the United States are taking a gloomy view of the future. Half of voters believe United States next generation will be worse than it is now, and the only 1/4 person will be better, 1/5 said there will be no change. Even supporters of Hillary Clinton voters are only slightly optimistic on this issue (38% thought it would be better, 30% thought it would be worse).

Scotland: Gregor Townsend to take over from Vern Cotter as head coach

September 22, 2016

Gregor Townsend is to replace Vern Cotter as Scotland head coach in June 2017, Scottish Rugby has announced.
Glasgow Warriors head coach Townsend, 43, previously 1xbet worked with Scotland as part of Andy Robinson’s backroom staff.
The former Scotland fly-half, who won 82 caps – plus two for the Lions – led Warriors to the Pro12 title in 2015.
“I am incredibly proud. It is a real honour to be given the responsibility of coaching the national team,” said Townsend.
“My focus is firmly on the season ahead with Glasgow and I will be doing all I can to help the club continue to progress this year.”

New Zealander Cotter, 54, has been in charge of the Scots since 2014 and led them to the World Cup quarter-finals last year.
Shortly before that tournament, the former Clermont Auvergne head coach had extended his contract until 2017.
Scotland lost all five Tests in his first Six Nations but they improved this year with wins over Italy and France, scoring a best-ever 11 tries in a single campaign.
“I believe we have moved forward by working to execute the simple 1xbet  things well,” said Cotter, who has now coached in Europe for a decade after an eight-year spell in France with Clermont Auvergne.
“The focus has been to respect tradition but also perform in the present, be adaptive and innovative. I have been really pleased with the progress that has been made.”
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