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The remaining 13 percent of respondents think it's too soon to tell.
Summary: DUP leader warns it is too soon to tell whether a deal will be clinched on devolving policing and justice powers to Northern Ireland.
Beacon staff said last night it was too soon to tell what was going to happen to the station and their jobs.
Howell said it was too soon to tell if the new bilingual sales staff has helped move more vehicles.
It takes time for political decisions to be reflected in the statistical data, so it is too soon to tell what the impact of Bush administration policies will be on U.
It was too soon to tell where or if Jeanne would hit, but the US National Hurricane Centre in Miami warned people in the north west and central Bahamas and south-eastern US coast to beware of dangerous surf kicked up by Jeanne.
If we are to take seriously the show's conceit, it may be too soon to tell.
While it's too soon to tell if the program is helping to raise test scores, its students are experiencing improved academic achievement at a more rapid rate than their peers, educators say.