This news has been received from:

All trademarks, copyrights, videos, photos and logos are owned by respective news sources. News stories, videos and live streams are from trusted sources.

mail: [NewsMag]

BERLIN (AP) — Germany triggers second phase of three-level emergency plan for gas supply amid dwindling deliveries from Russia.

Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.


News Source:

Bear cub rescued after getting head stuck in plastic jug

Next News:

Poll Says Georgia Gubernatorial Race Is Too Close to Call

by T.A. DeFeo


It’s been a hot start to Georgia’s summer and the Peach State’s gubernatorial race is a dead heat.

A new Quinnipiac University Poll found that 48% of voters support incumbent Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, while an equal number of voters support Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams.

Interestingly, voters gave Kemp a 48% approval rating and 43% disapproval. That is up from January when 42% approved of Kemp’s job performance to 49% who did not.

“With both candidates getting positive numbers on honesty, empathy and leadership, Kemp and Abrams are in a Governor’s race too close to call,” Quinnipiac University Polling Analyst Tim Malloy said in an analysis.

The poll also shows incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock with a 54% to 44% lead over Republican challenger Herschel Walker, a political newcomer and former University of Georgia football standout.

“Herschel Walker fumbles on honesty and tumbles on favorability as Raphael Warnock surges ahead in the race for senator,” Malloy added.

When it comes to the issues, Georgia voters identified inflation (41%), gun violence (15%), abortion (10%) and election laws (10%) as the top concerns.

“Despite the public’s sorrow and outrage over guns and abortion, inflation, a phenomenon that can affect virtually every Georgian, is most concerning,” Malloy said.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger used the primary election turnout as a talking point to prove Georgia’s new election law, Senate Bill 202, the Election Integrity Act, worked. Organizations, including the ACLU of Georgia, have criticized the new law, but a Raffensperger spokesman has repeatedly refused to comment on the complaints.

The Quinnipiac poll found nearly half of voters, 49%, plan to vote in person during the early voting period. Meanwhile, about a third, 34%, said they plan to cast their ballots in person on Election Day, while 12% plan to vote early by mail or absentee ballot.

On the national level, 33% approved of President Joe Biden’s job performance, while 60% disapproved.

The Quinnipiac poll surveyed 1,497 Georgia registered voters from June 23-27.

– – –

T.A. DeFeo is a contributor to The Center Square.

Other News

  • Imported Energy Crisis Sees Wood Burning Stoves, Dry Firewood Sell Out in Germany
  • Day by day the power of your cycle, from what to eat when – to asking for a pay rise
  • Regulator urges Germans to prepare for possible gas shortage
  • Chelsea plan shock transfer alternative for Raphinha after £60m Brazil star snubs Blues for Barcelona move
  • New Laws Go Into Effect in Virginia, Including Online Service Opt-Out, Penalty for Non-Consensual Sexting, Repeal of Switchblade Ban, and Anti-Hazing Bill
  • Supreme Court Delivers Massive Blow to Bidens Climate Agenda
  • Diamondbacks cruise 9-3 as Rockies lose another pitcher
  • Nigeria Says It Wants to Supply Europe with Natural Gas, Fill Gap Left by Russia
  • Escobar, Peterson lead Mets past Rangers 4-3
  • 10-year Treasury yield falls to lowest level since May
  • Biden administration sued over onshore leases as offshore lease plan expires
  • Health | Are colonoscopies safe? Travis Barkers emergency sparks fears
  • COVID Update: IL reports 4,031 new cases, 12 deaths
  • Majority of Americans now want Biden to prioritize tackling inflation over Russia after sending more than $5billion in military aid to Ukraine
  • I’m a car expert – how to create a proper emergency kit for your vehicle with five items
  • EU prepares emergency plan to do without Russian energy
  • NY faces calls to enshrine abortion rights in constitution
  • Germany wants ads, influencers to note use of beauty filters
  • Giants Front Office Shake-Up Reaches New Level, Impacting Mara Family