Sixty-five-% said they oppose the cuts. The majority of those polled also state they prefer withdrawing troops from Iraq and Afghanistan to save lots of money, than cutting Medicare or Social Security rather. AARP’s Iowa State President Tony Vola says, What the study highlights is that there surely is a major disconnect between Washington and the Republican caucus-goers in Iowa, who will be essential in determining the next Republican presidential nominee, . By wide margins, the survey shows that Republicans of all types -; whether they’re Hispanic, moderates or in the tea party -; would rather fix the nation’s budget by withdrawing from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, eliminating foreign aid or eliminating so-called taxes loopholes. But despite these sentiments of GOP voters, most of the Republican frontrunners for president will support trimming benefits than raising tax revenues or getting out of foreign entanglements .By the end of 2014, BioMed Central and other publishers alerted the international Committee on Publication Ethics to new types of systematic attempts to control journals’ peer-review procedures. According to a statement published on COPE’s internet site in January 2015, these initiatives to hijack the scholarly review system were evidently orchestrated by organizations that 1st helped authors write or improve their scientific articles and sold them favorable peer evaluations.4 BioMed Central conducted a comprehensive investigation of all their recently published content articles and identified 43 which were published based on testimonials from fabricated reviewers. Each one of these articles had been retracted in March 2015. The type of peer-review fraud committed by Moon, Chen, and third-party agencies could work when journals allow or encourage authors to suggest reviewers for his or her own submissions.