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2 in 3 Toronto residents think Ford Government should postpone council size cut until after the election or scrap plan entirely

By David Coletto Last week we conducted a survey of over 900 adult residents of Toronto for the Broadbent Institute and Progress Toronto to gauge the reaction of how the Ontario government approached its decision to reduce the size of Toronto’s city council from 47 to 25 seats. Here’s what we found: FINDING #1 By
2 in 3 Toronto residents think Ford Government should postpone council size cut until after the election or scrap plan entirely

Liberals and Conservatives neck and neck as the race to 2019 takes shape

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto With a little over a year to go before the start of the 2019 federal election, we polled 2,000 Canadian adults last week about how they are seeing their political choices. Here are the highlights as we see them: THE SITUATION TODAY Today, 43% say they would prefer to
Liberals and Conservatives neck and neck as the race to 2019 takes shape

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

Digital Brand Reputations? They aren’t all equal.

By Bruce Anderson and David Coletto In our latest poll (not commissioned by any company or group) we asked people whether they thought a series of contemporary digital brands were doing more good for the world or more harm. Here are the highlights of our findings: Google, Amazon, Apple, and YouTube scored very well, with
Digital Brand Reputations? They aren’t all equal.

Canadians mad at Trump tariffs; support retaliation. Millions want to do their own part.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto The decision by US President Donald Trump to impose tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum has caught public attention in Canada in a way that few trade issues ever have – and Canadians are mad. 58% strongly oppose Mr. Trump’s action against Canada and another 21% oppose the US
Canadians mad at Trump tariffs; support retaliation. Millions want to do their own part.

New Poll: Canadians say plastics in oceans a problem and more action needed.

By Bruce Anderson In our latest national survey, we asked Canadians about a plastic garbage and oceans and waterways.  Our findings are these: One in three (36%) say it is one of the most important environmental issues today, and another 52% say it is one of many that concern them. More than 3 million people
New Poll: Canadians say plastics in oceans a problem and more action needed.

Diplomatic, tolerant & ethical. How Canadians think the rest of the world sees our country.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto In our latest national survey, we asked Canadians questions about a range of international issues and perceptions. CANADA’S IMAGE ABROAD Canadians think the rest of the world sees our country is seen as tolerant (93%) diplomatic (93%) and ethical (88%). The large majority think our country is seen as
Diplomatic, tolerant & ethical. How Canadians think the rest of the world sees our country.

The Wearable Revolution: Millennials are leading the wearable movement

By Devlyn Lalonde On our Canadian Millennials site we previously wrote a post on the #Selfcare phenomenon that has seized the Millennial generation -if you haven’t had a chance to read it I highly recommend you check it out. That post and your conversation got us thinking about how Millennial views on health and healthy lifestyles

Digital Halos: The next generation of social license

By Devlyn Lalonde “Silicon Valley start-up” Now tell me, after reading those words what was the first thing that came to your mind? Well, if you’ve been watching the news you probably thought of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg talking to the US Government House and Senate committees over allegations of misuse of user data. But once

Generational change in the marketplace: A question of loyalty

By Devlyn Lalonde We often hear how Millennials are disrupting traditional powerhouse brands with their serial disloyalty. For example, where the traditional choices might be Coca-Cola or Pepsi, Millennials are saying, “Neither, I’ll take the ethically brewed, organic kombucha that’s made at my local co-op.” This has been repeated in industry after industry, from financial
Generational change in the marketplace: A question of loyalty
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