A look at how India's digital divide is evolving and the latest figures on the number of internet users show the country is on track to reach 80 million by the time the year is out.The data was provided to The Hindu by the India Digital Network, a joint venture of research firm Deloitte, which runs the India Internet Index, an online ranking of India's broadband penetration and its capacity.The re...
Alabama spread a whopping 76 percent of the total votes in the presidential race on Tuesday, according to a new poll from the nonpartisan Public Policy Polling.
The poll shows the Alabama race is a dead heat with just over three weeks left to go before the state’s winner takes office.
The winner of Tuesday’s contest will have a difficult time keeping the GOP majority in the Senate.
That is the first hurdle Alabama Republicans face in holding the seat.
But it would still be a stunning upset if Republican Bob Riley were to lose his seat, which Democrats need to retain for the majority.
A win by Democrat Doug Jones would also send the seat back to Democratic control, and would likely result in a runoff election for the Senate seat.
The winner of that race would then have to secure the Republican support of the entire state in a special election in 2018, as well as win the White House.
The PPP poll was conducted between Nov. 30 and Dec. 5.
It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.6 percentage points.