Standort: / Meldung: "Who votes for whom?"

Kate Farmer

Cutting to the chase

18. 9. 2013 - 14:23

Who votes for whom?

Reality Check: Austria's voters, Pope Francis - the first 6 months, Brazil cancells state visit to USA, exorcism today, second screen.

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With just 10 days to go to the general election, the campaigns and the candidates are doing everything they can to garner every last vote, but to what extent do people's own situations influence the party they support?



Sylvie Kritzinger of Vienna University was part of a research team which undertook the first major scientific study of Austria's voters.

She tells Joanna Bostock what they found out.

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The Pope's first 6 months

Our Vatican correspondent, David Willey, assesses Pope Francis' first 6 months at the head of the Roman Catholic Church, and discusses the ways in which this Pope is dramatically different from his predecessors.

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Brazil calls off presidential visit to USA

Brazil's President, Dilma Rousseff, has cancelled her planned visit to Washington DC next month amid a row over alleged spying by the NSA. Fiona Macaulay of Bradford University looks at the last two decades of delicate relations between the two countries.

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Exorcism today

Following on from the story of three teenage exorcists in the United States, we look at modern day exorcism in Austria with ORF religion correspondent, Alexandra Mantler.

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Second Screen

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Daniel Sokolov explains how and why using a second screen is becoming the norm.

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