Canadians are united in believing our country brings good to the world

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We asked people whether they thought Canada and several other countries were doing more good for the world or more harm. Canadians are almost unanimously that our country does more good than harm in the world. The majority feel the US does more harm; results are almost identical for

China dolls, vodka bears, and grounded eagles: Shifting Canadian perspectives of foreign governments

In the latter part of 2017 we asked 2,000 Canadians their thoughts on several foreign governments. When we look at Canada’s wider community of friends there’s a constant narrative across generations. Both Boomers and Millennials agree that our post-war allies, like Japan and Mexico (who finished at the top of our list) are awesome. Honestly,

More Expect U.S. to Take Military Action Against North Korea than the Reverse, 84% Say Trump Making Things Worse

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto A solid majority (63%) of Canadians are following the tensions between North Korea and the US closely.  As of the taking of our latest poll (August 11-15) 43% thought it likely that North Korea would launch a missile at the US, 47% that North Korea would launch missiles at

US Government seen as no better than Chinese, Russian governments

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto Remarkably, Canadians have a worse impression of the Government of the United States than they do of the Government of the People’s Republic of China. When asked if they have a positive or a negative view of several different governments, here’s what our survey results showed: 72% were positive

Trade, Trump & Milk: How Canadians React To Tough Talk

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto The large majority of Canadians (92%) are happy with the range and quality of dairy products available in Canada, and two thirds are satisfied with prices.  This view that the market is working reasonably well today creates an important context in which the recent statements by President Trump will

Why American Millennials Like Trump (And How Canadians are Different)

A study published by the Harvard Institute of Politics is showing that a surprising number of millennials support US Presidential candidate, Donald Trump. The poll showed that 25% of people under 30 intend on voting for ‘the Donald’ if Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination. However (as expected) Democratic nomination candidate, Bernie Sanders, remains the most

HOW WOULD TRUMP DO IN CANADA? REALLY BADLY.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto As the Republican and Democratic Parties look to be mostly wrapped up their selection process for this fall’s Presidential Elections, we asked Canadians how they were feeling about Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Donald Trump. Here’s what we found: • Ms. Clinton would sweep Canada by 80% to 20%

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