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During the last five years of the 1990s, the annual number of Washington Post articles mentioning the information superhighway went from 178 to twenty, while such New York Times articles went from 100 to seventeen.
11-14, finds 34% of Americans mentioning "the economy" in general terms as the most important problem facing the country.
Cardinal Martino noted that the report, while not explicitly mentioning abortion, could be a wedge to promote it universally.
Washington's Austin Ruse (Friday Fax, September 17, 2004) picked out the same points, also mentioning the report's praise for Austin Ruse China which had "a dramatic drop in the incidence of poverty", due to its decreased fertility.
Opera has yet to find a director for the June production of Mozart's ``Don Giovanni,'' but Domingo said it will be totally original and hinted that it will be an experimental staging by mentioning Achim Freyer as a possible candidate.
A smaller number of panelists (13 percent) cited Central and South American countries, with 7 percent specifically mentioning Brazil.
This is the highest percentage mentioning access in the 20 years Gallup has asked the question.
11-14, 2007, Health and Healthcare poll, finds 30% naming an issue related to healthcare access and 26% mentioning something pertaining to costs.
In the early 1990s, the percentage of Americans mentioning cost of healthcare as the most urgent problem zoomed up to as high as 30% in 1993.