South Atlantic Remote Territories Media Association - Falkland Islands, Saint Helena, Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha The latest news from the Falkland Islands, Saint Helena, Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha The news that matters from the
British Territories in the South Atlantic Ocean.
 HOME
 CONTACT US
 MAILING LIST
 LINKS
 SUBMIT AN ARTICLE
 WEATHER INFO (0)
 TOURISM/TRAVEL (2)
 SNIPPETS (0)
 SHIPPING/FREIGHT (0)
 MINERAL RESOURCES (2)
 LEGAL (16)
 HERITAGE (8)
 HEALTH (5)
 GEOLOGICAL EVENTS (0)
 GEN - GOVERNMENT (2)
 FISHERIES (8)
 ENVIRONMENT (1)
 EDUCATION (5)
 BUSINESS NEWS (18)
 AGRICULTURE (3)
 ALL ISLANDS (70)
 ASCENSION ISLAND (1)
 BRIT.ANTARCTIC TER. (0)
 FALKLAND ISLANDS (23)
 S.ATLANTIC GENERAL (8)
 SAINT HELENA (26)
 SOUTH GEORGIA (5)
 TRISTAN DA CUNHA (6)
Sponsored Links


Home | January 2014 Please tell us what you think of this article. Tell a friend Print Friendly

Falklands : Daily Telegraph Poll Not Reflective of Great Britain’s Views
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 11.01.2014 (Article Archived on 08.02.2014)

According to an online poll released in The Daily Telegraph” concluded that 63 percent of the voters said that the Falklands should be under Argentina’s sovereignty.

Daily Telegraph Poll Not Reflective of Great Britain’s Views

By J. Brock (FINN)

According to an online poll released in The Daily Telegraph” concluded that 63 percent of the voters said that the Falklands should be under Argentina’s sovereignty.

In addition, the voting revealed that 34 percent of the respondents reject the idea, while the rest answered that the territory should be under “shared sovereignty.”

Following is the final result of the poll:

Should the Falkland Islands be British or Argentinian? (Las Malvinas deberían ser Argentinas o Británicas?) (Poll Closed)
British (Británicas) 24.03% (6,353 votes)

Argentinian (Argentinas) 73.82% (19,514 votes)

Shared sovereignty (Soberanía compartida) 2.14% (567 votes)


Total Votes: 26,434
FINN feels that the poll does not reflect the whole of British society because the sample was too small and the on-line method of collection was flawed by lacking guarantees that people only voted once.

 

This article is the Property and Copyright of Falkland Islands News Network.

<< First < PreviousArticle 37 of 37
within January 2014
      Powered by NIC.SHCopyright © 1993-2014 SARTMA.comDesign by CrownNet