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Campaign is to reveal the UK media agency of the decade when the magazine publishes its annual issue next week! Goodstuff Communications, Manning Gottlieb OMD, MediaCom, PHD and the7stars are the five agencies in the running

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“This is not a gender issue; it’s an issue of the conditioning that we have all experienced,” Mediacom's chief transformation officer Sue Unerman writes on the issue workplace attire

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"However you dress, your colleagues, clients and customers will judge you," Mediacom's chief transformation officer @SueU  writes

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“This is not a gender issue; it’s an issue of the conditioning that we have all experienced,” Mediacom's chief transformation officer Sue Unerman writes on the issue workplace attire

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"However you dress, your colleagues, clients and customers will judge you," Mediacom's chief transformation officer Sue Unerman writes

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A new Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom Iowa Poll shows more than one in three likely Democratic caucusgoes have attended at least one event with a presidential candidate.

The Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom#Iowa  #Poll  found that Trump’s overall job approval rating is up four percentage points from March, to 85%.

A CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll in Iowa finds that a majority of likely Democratic caucusgoers would prefer a health care option that isn't "Medicare for All."​

A CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll in Iowa finds that a majority of likely Democratic caucusgoers would prefer a health care option that isn't "Medicare for All."​

Likely Democratic caucusgoers are divided on what they want when it comes to health care, according to a new Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom Iowa Poll.

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A CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll in Iowa finds that a majority of likely Democratic caucusgoers would prefer a health care option that isn't "Medicare for All."

CNN/DES MOINES REGISTER/MEDIACOM IOWA POLL Interviews conducted November 8-13, 2019 by telephone with 500 likely Democratic caucusgoers in Iowa. Buttigieg 25% Warren 16%, Biden/Sanders 15% Klobuchar 6% Booker/Harris/Gabbard/Steyer/Yang 3% Bloomberg 2% MOE +/-4.4% pts

IOWA POLL from CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom: Warren — 22 (+7 from June) Biden — 20 (-3) Sanders — 11 (-5) Buttigieg — 9 (-6) Harris — 6 (even) Booker — 3 (+2) Klobuchar — 3 (+1) O’Rourke — 2 (even) Steyer — 2 (n/a) Gabbard — 2 (+2) Yang — 2 (+1)

BREAKING: Elizabeth Warren now leads Democrats in Iowa, with 22%, Joe Biden slips to second with 20% and Bernie Sanders slips to 11%, according to a new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll

NEW IOWA POLL — CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom by Selzer & Co. Joe Biden — 24 Bernie Sanders — 16 Elizabeth Warren — 15 Pete Buttigieg — 14 Kamala Harris — 7 Beto O’Rourke — 2 Amy Klobuchar — 2 Others at 1% or less.

Joe Biden currently leads the pack of 2020 Democrats in the latest Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom poll among likely caucus-goers.

BREAKING: New / MediaCom Poll of Iowa Caucus goers: Biden 27% Sanders 25% Warren 9% Harris 7% O’Rourke 5% Booker 3% Klobuchar 3%

First Iowa poll in ages just dropped. From Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom: Biden 27% Sanders 25% Warren 9% Harris 7% O’Rourke 5% Booker/Klobuchar 3%

Two-thirds of Iowa GOP voters would re-elect President Trump, but nearly as many would welcome challengers to caucus, a CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll finds

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