#BringBackOurGirls: One year after their abduction, what action are you willing to take?

One year after the abduction of the Chibok Girls, what action are you willing to take?

The question is not: what do you think should be done? nor: What do you think would be a good idea?
The question instead is: What actions would you personally be ready to take?

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
100 % I will support charities acting on issues related to the campaign. 0 3 3 3
100 % I will write a letter to my country's Nigerian ambassador. 26 entries 3 3 3
100 % I will actively inform other people about issues related to the BBOG campaign. 43 entries 3 3 3
100 % I will help coordinating efforts in the global BBOG campaign. 43 entries 3 3 3
100 % I will contribute to the recessary research and documentation on the issues. 0 3 3 3
100 % I will actively remain informed on the issues and on the campaign. 43 entries 3 3 3
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Which of the following Canadian political leaders do you like?

Which of the following Canadian political leaders do you like?

You can add more candidates below. One party can be represented by several candidates, especially if each individual has a strong support base.

See also

Choice Blog entries +5+4+3+2+10-1-2-3-4-5I don't know Votes Score
30 % Elizabeth May (Green Party of Canada) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 -2
20 % Thomas Mulcair (New Democratic Party) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 -3
10 % Justin Trudeau (Liberal Party of Canada) 4 entries 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 -4
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Which party would you like to see in the position of majority government for Canada?

Which party would you like to see in the position of majority government for Canada?

The poll includes all 17 registered federal political parties in Canada.

For information, here is the list of leaders for each party (subject to change):

  • Parties with elected members in the House of Commons:
    • Conservative Party (Leader: Stephen Harper)
    • New Democratic Party (Leader: Thomas Mulcair)
    • Liberal Party of Canada (Leader: Justin Trudeau)
    • Bloc Québécois (Leader: Mario Beaulieu)
    • Green Party of Canada (Leader: Elizabeth May)
Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
75 % Green Party 0 30 4 40
70 % Party for Accountability, Competency and Transparency 0 28 4 40
62.5 % Libertarian Party 0 25 4 40
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Do you think it is necessary for Nigerian Schools to add HEALTH and SAFETY as part of the curriculum in schools ?

Do you think it is necessary for Nigerian Schools to add HEALTH and SAFETY as part of the curriculum in schools ? And should it be at all levels?

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
87.5 % Yes, 'Safety' should be added to the Nigerian school curriculum 0 7 8 7
87.5 % Yes, 'Health' should be added to the Nigerian school curriculum 0 7 8 7
12.5 % No. The existing Nigerian school curriculum is already adequate. 0 1 8 1
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Is the abduction of the Nigerian schoolgirls by Boko Haram a "Crime against Humanity"?

Is the abduction of the Nigerian schoolgirls by Boko Haram a "Crime against Humanity"?

Check our #BringBackOurGirls wiki here:
http://en.minguo.info/wiki/forgotten/nigerian_schoolgirls

http://news.yahoo.com/un-says-boko-haram-girls-sale-could-crime-13014593...

The UN human rights office warned Tuesday the threatened sale into slavery of hundreds of schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram Islamists may constitute a crime against humanity.

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
100 % Yes, the mass abduction of schoolgirls is a Crime Against Humanity 0 19 19 19
0 % No. The mass abduction of schoolgirls is a crime but not a Crime Against Humanity 0 0 19 0
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#BringBackOurGirls

This page is part of The Forgotten Ones Project.

276 Nigerian school girls have been abducted from their school in April 2014... and the media response has been underwhelming.

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[2016] Whom would you bet will win the Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential election?

This poll is here to test the collective wisdom (or lack thereof!) of this community. Can we, together, guess the name of the eventual official Democratic nominee? Whom would you bet will win the Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential election? You can vote for (or select) as many candidate as you think have a very good chance of winning the primary. If good candidates are missing in the poll below, you can add their names. Polling here will be closed on the first day of official polling in the Democratic primary. Note that you update your vote as many times as you wish up until then. Check out the other 2016 polls if you want to vote on the candidates you'd actually want to win, regardless of their real chances.

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
100 % Kathleen Sebelius — US Secretary of Health and Human Services & fmr. Governor of Kansas (D) 0 2 2 2
100 % Elizabeth Warren — U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (D) 0 2 2 2
100 % Hillary Clinton — US Secretary of State & fmr. U.S. Senator from New York (D) 1 entry 2 2 2
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[2016] Whom would you bet will win the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election?

This poll is here to test the collective wisdom (or lack thereof!) of this community. Can we, together, guess the name of the eventual official Democratic nominee? Whom would you bet will win the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election? You can vote for (or select) as many candidate as you think have a very good chance of winning the primary. If good candidates are missing in the poll below, you can add their names. Polling here will be closed on the first day of official polling in the Republican primary. Note that you update your vote as many times as you wish up until then. Check out the other 2016 polls if you want to vote on the candidates you'd actually want to win, regardless of their real chances.

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
100 % Marco Rubio — U.S. Senator from Florida (R) 0 2 2 2
100 % Chris Christie — Governor of New Jersey (R) 0 2 2 2
50 % Jon Huntsman — fmr. Governor of Utah & fmr. US Ambassador (R) 1 entry 1 2 1
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[2016] What chance the following Democrats have to defeat the Republican nominee in the 2016 presidential elections?

Regardless of who ends up being the official Republican nominee, what percentage chance do you think each of the following Democrats have to actually defeat the Republican nominee in the 2016 presidential elections? Set a percentage score from 0 to 100 for each candidate. This poll will be closed on the day of the Democratic convention in 2016. Note that registered member can update their vote as many times as they wish up until then. Check some of the other 2016 presidential election polls if you want to vote on the candidates you'd actually want to win, regardless of their chances to do so.

Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
45.83 % Hillary Clinton — US Secretary of State & fmr. U.S. Senator from New York (D) 1 entry 275 6 600
36.67 % Elizabeth Warren — U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (D) 0 220 6 600
35.67 % Joe Biden — Vice President of the United States & fmr. U.S. Senator from Delaware (D) 0 214 6 600
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[2016] What chance the following Republicans have to defeat the Democrat nominee in the 2016 presidential elections?

Regardless of who ends up being the official Democratic nominee, what percentage chance do you think each of the following Republicans have to actually defeat the Democratic nominee in the 2016 presidential elections? Set a percentage score from 0 to 100 for each candidate. This poll will be closed on the day of the Republican convention in 2016. Note that registered member can update their vote as many times as they wish up until then. Check some of the other 2016 presidential election polls if you want to vote on the candidates you'd actually want to win, regardless of their chances to do so.

Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
38.25 % Rand Paul — U.S. Senator from Kentucky (R) 0 612 16 1600
34.69 % Ted Cruz — U.S. Senator from Texas (R) 0 555 16 1600
27.31 % Donald Trump — business magnate (R) 3 entries 437 16 1600
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