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Abacus Election Bulletin: Which online sources are we using to learn about the federal election?

Each day during the 2021 Federal Election campaign, researchers at Abacus Data will share insights and analysis from our polling in concise, insights-focused reports. To never miss our polls and analysis, subscribe to our newsletter. By Oksana Kishchuk In a federal election, the messaging and tone a political party chooses to use is important. It’s
Abacus Election Bulletin: Which online sources are we using to learn about the federal election?

Abacus Election Bulletin: Top issues for men vs. women in this election.

Each day during the 2021 Federal Election campaign, researchers at Abacus Data will share insights and analysis from our polling in concise, insights-focused reports. To never miss our polls and analysis, subscribe to our newsletter. By Oksana Kishchuk Keeping with our weekly theme of top election issues, we wanted to know if there were any
Abacus Election Bulletin: Top issues for men vs. women in this election.

Abacus Election Bulletin: Cost of living important for all generations, especially millennials

Each day during the 2021 Federal Election campaign, researchers at Abacus Data will share insights and analysis from our polling in concise, insights-focused reports. To never miss our polls and analysis, subscribe to our newsletter. By Oksana Kishchuk Prior to the pandemic, and even before, the political environment has been ripe for affordability to not
Abacus Election Bulletin: Cost of living important for all generations, especially millennials

How do Canadians like their steak cooked?

Listen to David Coletto’s new podcast inFocus with David Coletto By Samriddh Chaudhury & David Coletto We all have our bucket list items to do when life gets back to normal. Maybe a well-deserved vacation with sunny beaches, a shopping trip across the border, or a delicious dinner with our loved ones. Personally, we are
How do Canadians like their steak cooked?

How do you reach Millennials?

By: Megan Ross Millennials have grown up as the guinea pigs for new technology and new ways of connecting, from MSN and Myspace to the launch of Facebook, to the recent explosion of social media platforms that cater to every media format and interest. Millennials have a more diverse selection of online communication and expression
How do you reach Millennials?

Everything & nothing has changed. The pandemic one year later

By: Oksana Kishchuk While reflecting on the pandemic anniversary this week I came across a Twitter account from the UK which recently started posting news articles everyday from exactly one year prior. Some of the headlines seemed old, like the ones abter lockdown measures, were eerily similar to articles I’ve seen published just a few
Everything & nothing has changed. The pandemic one year later

Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

By: Oksana Kishchuk One of the things we can look forward to in 2021 (assuming vaccine timelines remain on track) is a slow return to the workplace. For some, this might be a welcome change but not everyone has had a positive experience in the workplace. We do a lot of work with companies, unions,
Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

COVID-19 & Canadian Youth: Impacts, Perspectives and The Recovery

By Oksana Kishchuk In September 2020 Abacus Data partnered with 13 youth-serving agencies to undertake a survey of Canadian youth aged 15 to 30. We wanted to better understand the experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic thus far, as told by Canadian Youth. Here’s just some of what we found.  (To read the full report, click
COVID-19 & Canadian Youth: Impacts, Perspectives and The Recovery

How a home internet connection is helping Canadians get through the COVID-19 pandemic

By David Coletto For over five weeks now, Canadians have been told to #StayHome and physically distance themselves from others because of the COVID-19 pandemic. So much of how they live, work, learn, and play has been upended, altered, and disrupted. Earlier this week, my spouse and I were talking about how surreal this has
How a home internet connection is helping Canadians get through the COVID-19 pandemic

Canadians recognize that regional wireless competitors have helped to reduce prices and believe further competition will reduce prices even more.

By David Coletto Téléchargez la version française Earlier this month, we conducted a national public opinion survey commissioned by Shaw Communications on public perceptions and impressions about the wireless market in Canada. Here’s what we found: 3 IN 4 CANADIANS BELIEVE THAT THEY CAN FIND LOWER COST OPTIONS FOR THEIR WIRELESS SERVICE THAN THE CONTRACT
Canadians recognize that regional wireless competitors have helped to reduce prices and believe further competition will reduce prices even more.
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