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  1. As the first wave of early exit polls is released, you might be tempted to find some signs of which way the political winds are blowing. But a few words of caution: Exit polls are not very helpful in gauging turnout. And because so many people vote
  2. Support for impeachment is the highest in California, where 54% of 2018 voters back it, followed by New York with 52% support. The lowest is in North Dakota, Tennessee and West Virginia, where around a quarter of voters said they would support 
  1. Exit Polls: How Voting Blocs Have Shifted From the ’80s to Now - https://t.co/mfUSlZROx8
  2. RT @PewReligion: NEW analysis of how religious groups voted in the midterm elections, based on exit polls: https://t.co/miRseB3icB https://…
  3. RT @skoczela: CNN Exit Polls... -Who voted Republican? White voters over 45. -Who voted Democrat? Everyone else. https://t.co/WTOuyohrqj…


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A visit to Hanbury Hall, near the village of Hanbury in Worcestershire. A National Trust property since 1953. Hanbury Hall is a large stately home, built in the early 18th century, standing in parkland at Hanbury, Worcestershire. The main range has two storeys and is built of red brick in the Queen Anne style. It is a Grade I listed building. The associated Orangery and Long Gallery pavilion ranges are listed Grade II*. Hanbury Hall was built by the wealthy chancery lawyer Thomas Vernon in the early 18th century. Thomas Vernon was the great-grandson of the first Vernon to come to Hanbury, Worcestershire, Rev Richard Vernon (1549–1628). Rev Richard and his descendants slowly accumulated land in Hanbury, including the manor, bought by Edward Vernon in 1630, but it was Thomas, through his successful legal practice, who added most to estates, which amounted to nearly 8,000 acres (3,200 ha) in his successor Bowater Vernon’s day. Hanbury Hall is thought to stand on the site of the...

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