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Would you say we were awesome, terrific, or just super great? - Financial Times

Financial TimesWould you say we were awesome, terrific, or just super great?Financial TimesAn unusual invitation arrived this week from the polling company YouGov. Apparently selected at random from a database of journalists, £15 was available to respondents, or the charity of their choice, in return for taking five minutes to fill in an ...23-07-2018

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Would you say we were awesome, terrific, or just super great?
Financial Times
An unusual invitation arrived this week from the polling company YouGov. Apparently selected at random from a database of journalists, £15 was available to respondents, or the charity of their choice, in return for taking five minutes to fill in an ...

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