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Critical Issues Affecting Mankind: This Week’s Public Voting Results (October 9, 2018)

Added: (Tue Oct 09 2018)

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Contact: Jean Cao, Executive Director
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jean@sevenbilliontoday.com

Hong Kong (9 October, 2018) — Seven Billion Today (sevenbilliontoday.com), a global, digital platform, dedicated to raising awareness of the issues affecting mankind and the mobilization of humanity towards positive change has launched.

Featuring unbiased, fact-based news and a dynamic social media channel, Seven Billion Today’s worldwide Community lobbies governments and the U.N. with the results of daily news polls and votes.

Seven Billion Today’s Community believes that the seven billion people of the world can unite, and together, make positive change happen.

The most active votes over the last week on Seven Billion Today include:

1. Women's groups use Kavanaugh rage to rally US voter turnout
91% of respondents think politics in America is fundamentally sexist.

2. Pope says Church can no longer tolerate silence on abuse
75% think Pope Francis’ statement that silence on sexual abuse “can no longer be tolerated” will not be enough for the Catholic Church to begin recovery from its sexual abuse crisis.

3. UN court orders US to lift humanitarian sanctions on Iran
78% of voters consider the United States an “outlaw regime” under President Donald Trump.

4. Israel plans to remove UN Palestinian agency from Jerusalem
67% of voters believe the “Palestinian refugee problem” is not a “lie”.

5. Nepal's government blocks pornographic sites to curb sexual violence
44% do not feel that “easy access to pornographic and vulgar content through the internet” has affected our social values or “encouraged sexual violence”.

6. Putin makes unpopular pension reform law despite protests
80% of people think the Russian government ignored public opinion while establishing its pension policy.

7. Do you think the world would be a better place without alcohol?
60% of respondents say yes.

8. Should those falsely accusing others of rape face imprisonment?
67% of participants feel they should be imprisoned.

For more info, please email Jean Cao, Executive Director, jean@sevenbilliontoday.com.

About Company: Seven Billion Today is a new, global, digital platform, providing users with a reliable source for unbiased, fact-based news, in addition to a dedicated social network, Community. Users can get involved by sharing posts, images, videos, and creating polls related to topics or issues they are passionate about. Community allows individuals to connect and interact with like-minded people from across the world.

Submitted by:Jean Cao
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