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Canada election 2019: preliminary results for districts won by party

Oct 22, 2019 | Elections

Based on the preliminary results of the 2019 Canadian federal election the Liberal Party secured 157 electoral districts, while the Conservative party came in second with 121 electoral districts. This equates to 46.4 percent and 35.8 percent of all electoral districts respectively. These figures are as of October 22, 2019, with 99.67 percent of the polls reporting.

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U.S. consumer interest in contactless payment solutions 2019

Sep 17, 2019 | Digital Payments

According to 2019 survey data, 31.3 percent of U.S. connected device users stated that they were interested in contactless payment solutions. This was particularly relevant for Bridge Millennials aged 30 to 40 years, as 43.3 percent of respondents from that particular age group indicated they were open to contactless payments.

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Global number of digital video viewers 2019-2023

Sep 19, 2019 | TV & Video

In 2019, data on global digital video viewership revealed that there were over 2.63 billion internet users of any age who watched streaming or downloaded video via any device at least once per month. This figure is projected to increase annually and reach 3.14 billion by the year 2023.

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Number of countries with women in highest position of executive power 1960-2019

Oct 10, 2019 | Historical Data

The highest position of executive power has been held by a woman in just 58 countries, since 1960. The first democratically elected female Prime Minister was Sirimavo Bandaranaike of Sri Lanka, who took over the leadership of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party when her husband was assassinated in 1959. Bandaranaike successfully led her party to victory in three elections, in 1960, 1970 and 1994, however constitutional changes in the 1980s meant that her final term as Prime Minister was spent in a more ceremonial role, while the President now held the real executive power (although the President at this time was also a woman; Bandaranaike's daughter, Chandrika Kumaratunga). Sri Lanka is one of just twelve countries that has had more than one woman in the highest position of executive power, and most of these countries can be found either in the Indian sub-continent or in Northwestern Europe. Of these twelve, New Zealand is the only country to have had three female leaders, including the current Prime Minister; Jacinda Ardern. Longest-serving female leaders The women who have served the longest consecutive terms in these positions are Dame Eugenia Charles of Dominica (14 years, 328 days), Angela Merkel of Germany (currently just short of 14 years, but could be around 15 years and 10 months at the end of her term), and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia (12 years, 6 days). The longest non-consecutive terms were held by Indira Gandhi of India (16 years, 15 days) and the current Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina (just under 16 years in total). Slow progress Since 1960, 72 women have held the most powerful positions of executive power in their respective countries, although over one third of these women were acting in a temporary capacity, or they replaced previously-elected leaders and were never re-elected in their own right (the shortest term was held by Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri, who was the Acting President of South Africa for just 14 hours in 2008). Since Bandaranaike was first elected in 1960, the number of women in power has grown slowly, with the fastest growth coming in the past fifteen years. Despite this growth, there has never been more than eleven women in these positions of power in a single year, which is roughly 5% of the number of men who have held these positions.

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Most popular James Bond actor in Great Britain in 2019

Apr 25, 2019 | Cinema & Film

Sean Connery was the most popular James Bond actor to date when the public in Great Britain were asked in 2019. Roughly a quarter did not have a favourite James Bond actor. George Lazenby and Timothy Dalton were the least popular.

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Sales volume of electric vehicles in Germany 2017-2018, by type

Sep 30, 2019 | Passenger Cars

According to data provided by EV-Volumes, hybrid electric vehicles maintained their standing as the most commonly sold type of electric vehicle in Germany in 2017 and 2018. This was despite a significant increase in the number of mild hybrid electric vehicles sold, which jumped from 5,040 units sold in 2017 to 45,494 units the following year. A ranking by Dataforce found Toyota Yaris to be the most popular alternatively fueled passenger car in the country in 2018.

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