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Africans account for a plurality of immigrants in the system, making up 44% of people given green cards.
Of the eight groups who do have opinions about politics, none has a majority who think their side is winning; only one has even a plurality who feel that way.
Even the title has a very anthology plurality to it.
The incumbent National Party, led by Prime Minister Bill English, won a plurality of seats; the opposition Labour Party was awarded the second-most, and leader Jacinda Ardern refused to concede defeat.
But the idea had taken hold that, by connecting people and giving them a voice, social media had become a global force for plurality, democracy and progress.
More importantly, some early Protestants, desperately seeking religious freedom for themselves, found inspiration for that in the Ottoman Empire, which was then more tolerant to religious plurality than were most Catholic kingdoms.
And if not majority to at least plurality of the Republican Party believed that Barack Obama was not legitimate because he was not born here.
But the results show a plurality of Germans, amid economic prosperity and uncertain geopolitics, still think Merkel, even after 12 years, is the right person for the job.
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