Fears: The news comes as Ines Basic (pictured), who starred on the 2019 season which is currently airing in the United Kingdom, revealed she is scared of visiting England. The 30-year-old has received backlash by viewers over her treatment of 'then-husband' Bronson Norrish … [Read more...] about Married At First Sight Australia is a ratings SMASH in the US as Lifetime acquires another season
FiveThirtyEight's tracker, which is a weighted average of approval polls, has Trump's final average disapproval rating at close to a peak at 57.4 percent. The highest it ever reached was 58.1 percent, just last week. His last approval average had him at 39.2 percent. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump’s Final Approval Rating Is Stark Contrast to His First
CBS saw the return of NCIS as well as FBI: Most Wanted on Tuesday in primetime. NCIS came back firing on all cylinders with two episodes, ticking up in its return from hiatus. The first hour delivered a 0.8 in the adults 18-49 demographic and 9.34 million viewers, which topped the night in ratings and in audience in Nielsen Live+Same Day numbers. The second hour earned a 0.7 and 8.48 million viewers. FBI: Most Wanted (0.5, 5.70M) held steady with its last fresh episode. … [Read more...] about ‘NCIS’ Returns From Fall Finale To Lead Tuesday Ratings As ‘This Is Us’ Sidelined
British COVID Rules Weren't Robust Enough "In the run up to Christmas, our national strategy wasn't robust enough", observes Dr David Strain, clinical senior lecturer at the University of Exeter, chairman of the BMA's medical academic staff committee and COVID Consultant in the South West of England. "We are now seeing the impact of that, we are seeing cases rising at the fastest rate per head of population of Europe. We're seeing hospitalisations at the stage where we have a crisis in many hospitals. And we are now seeing one of the highest rates of death per million population anywhere across Europe at least". In November, Johnson set a three-tier system for England which was expected to run until spring. On 2 December, the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) approved Pfizer and BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, which many saw as a light at the end of the tunnel. However, the discovery of a new strain of SARS-CoV-2 forced the … [Read more...] about How Could the UK Curb Pandemic Spread While Having the World’s Highest COVID Mortality Rate?
While the survey focused on Muni, the results also showed the surge in popularity of mobile phone-summoned ride services like Uber and Lyft. Asked how they would get to a destination if they were unable to take Muni, 29 percent said they would use one of the ride-hailing services. Another 21 percent said they would walk; 14 percent said they would drive; BART and other transit registered 12 percent; and 9 percent said they’d call a cab. … [Read more...] about Muni gets best-yet satisfaction ratings in annual survey