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Final ratings were made on the basis of a point system which was developed after studying the distributions of actual behaviors recorded and assigning weight values to each type of behavior that was deviant from the discovered norms.
Because Bush's approval ratings were in the 80 % range during the Gulf War, he was described as unbeatable.
Walsh felt that this was because the Cowboys were scheduled to play the Rams the next week in a rare Sunday night game and that showing the highlights of the 49ers ' win would potentially hurt the game's ratings.
Such storylines were unpopular with viewers and ratings dropped and in October 2001, Macnaught was abruptly moved to another Granada department and Carolyn Reynolds took over.
Such units were made with ratings up to hundreds of kilowatts, and were important in the development of HVDC power transmission.
Four cylinders and power ratings from 19 to 120 hp ( 14 to 90 kW ) were followed in a majority of the models.
Initially, countries which were traditionally considered capitalistic received high ratings, but the method improved over time.
He was also, however, perceived as a weak and ineffectual figure, and his approval ratings for most of his time in office were low, particularly after " Black Wednesday " in September 1992.
The SDP won the support of large sections of the media, and for most of 1981 and early 1982 its opinion poll ratings suggested that it could at least overtake Labour and possibly win a general election, as the Tories were proving unpopular because of the economic policies of Margaret Thatcher, which had seen unemployment reach a postwar high.
The series did not do as well as Wing but the ratings were high enough for the whole series to be aired and spawn an enormous toy line.
Other ratings were also produced for commercial applications.
Producers argued for its cancellation because of its falling ratings, afraid that the show's legacy might be damaged if it were renewed for another season.
In 1994 and 2003, when the ESRB and PEGI ( respectively ) video game ratings systems were introduced, Nintendo chose to abolish most of these policies in favor of consumers making their own choices about the content of the games they played.
Television ratings for Super Bowl XLIV ( 44 ) were the highest for any TV program, sports or otherwise, in history, as their successful bid to win the Super Bowl was seen by many to represent the city's resurgence after the devastating Hurricane Katrina
Trudeau's approval ratings slipped after the bounce from the 1982 patriation, and by the beginning of 1984, opinion polls showed the Liberals were headed for certain defeat if Trudeau remained in office.
During the 1980s, perhaps as a reaction to the evening drama series that were gaining high ratings, daytime serials began to incorporate action and adventure storylines, more big-business intrigue, and an increased emphasis on youthful romance.
Chances achieved only moderate ratings, although the increasingly bizarre storylines were much-discussed.
Though their middling Australian ratings ensured they ran only a single season both programs were successfully sold internationally.
Early ratings were bad as were the reviews, but as the network RTL was willing to give its first soap opera a chance, ratings got better and climbed to seven million viewers in 2002.
Even though ratings were getting better the show ended its run in the morning hours.
Fans were outraged by his firing and the character's death, which resulted in a ratings spike in early 2010.

ratings and based
Results indicate that subject ratings are significantly affected by the group label and that general knowledge regarding cults is based primarily on indirect sources.
V-chip is a generic term for technology used in television set receivers in the USA, Canada, and Brazil which allows the blocking of programs based on their ratings category.
The magazine's annual ratings, based on road tests and predicted safety and reliability are considered highly influential among consumers.
WMP 9 Series and later also supports Auto Ratings which automatically assigns ratings based on the number of times a song is played.
The U. S. News & World Report Rankings and Reviews ranks premium midsize SUVs and crossovers based on an in-depth analysis by its editors of published auto ratings, reviews and test drives.
SEER ratings are based on seasonal temperature averages instead of a constant 35 ° C outdoor temperature.
Over a series of games, if a player does better than expected, based on the ratings ( compared to the opponents '), his or her rating will go up.
One could calculate relatively easily, from tables, how many games a player is expected to win based on a comparison of his rating to the ratings of his opponents.
In 1994, Billboard magazine added the " Nationally Syndicated Air Personality of the Year " category to its annual radio awards based on entertainment value, creativity and ratings success.
Schools ratings are based on the Mississippi Curriculum Tests, which are issued every year to determine a school's effectiveness on its students.
These findings make the Newsweek's and U. S. News & World Report's ratings seem inflated and not based on actual test scores.
The city has not obtained its own zip code even though, based on the zip code designation, some sales taxes paid by Newcastle residents go to Renton instead of Newcastle as tax revenues ( among other perceived detrimental impacts related to mail service, insurance rates, property values, and credit ratings ).
The ratings were based on a limited set of benchmark suites which measured only integer performance, which the K5 and the 6x86 in particular excelled at.
Netflix developed and maintains an extensive personalized video-recommendation system based on ratings and reviews by its customers.
Credit ratings often determine the interest rate or price ascribed to a particular tranche, based on the quality of loans or quality of assets contained within that grouping.
Although many of the tests are based on ratings using the direct scaling method, some tests do use the magnitude-matching procedure.
Casual correspondence play does not lead to official ratings, though some chess servers will calculate ratings for the players based on results on that server.
Recommendations can be generated based on user ratings, using statistical computation and network theory.
Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a 76 % " Fresh " rating based on 37 critical reviews and reports a ratings average of 6. 8 out of 10.
Because ratings are based on samples, it is possible for shows to get 0. 0 rating, despite having an audience ; the CNBC talk show McEnroe was one notable example.
Despite the negative critical ratings, the film was a box office success, grossing over $ 160 million worldwide based on a $ 60 million budget.
Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh are two of the most prominent conservative commentators based on recent listenership ratings.
The magazine is based around three main offerings: 1. the bimonthly periodical ; 2. the yearly complete car guide ; and 3. the " Consumers Digest Best Buy " ratings featured in the magazine and yearly automotive special.

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