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Poll shows Kingstonians oppose casino

By Paul Schliesmann, Kingston Whig-Standard KINGSTON – Hey, Kingstonians, it looks like most of you really don’t want a casino after all. On top of that, you don’t want city council to make the final decision on whether to bring a gaming facility here. Results of a new poll involving 505 Kingston respondents show 60% being opposed to

Sun News: No Bounce for the Liberals with Wynne’s Win

David joined AM Agenda on Sun News to discuss Abacus’ latest Ontario survey.

Sun News: Canadians Don’t Want Government in their Kitchens

On the eve of the second reading of a bill that would regulate the sodium content in packaged food, Sun News pollster David Coletto explains how Canadians feel about it.  

Toronto Sun: NHL fans losing interest in the game they love

BY TERRY DAVIDSON ,TORONTO SUN TORONTO – Hockey fans across Canada are fed up with the NHL lockout and are bitter enough to walk away from the game they love, according to a recent poll. A whopping 76% of Canadians identifying themselves as fans of NHL hockey feel this season will be “lost entirely,” and almost half said

Globe and Mail: Public attitudes a big hurdle to foreign takeovers

SHAWN MCCARTHY – GLOBAL ENERGY REPORTER OTTAWA — The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Nov. 20 2012, 7:24 PM EST Asian companies looking to acquire Canadian oil and gas producers are running into a wall of resource nationalism, according to a new survey that shows Canadians believe the country’s resource endowment represents a strategic asset that requires federal protection.

Ottawa Sun: Millennial thoughts on pension reform

David Coletto, Pollster for the Sun News Network In last week’s tabling of the second budget implementation bill, the federal government announced major changes to the pension plans of MPs and federal public servants. Starting in January 2013, all federal government employees will have to make larger contributions to their pension, 50% up from 37%.

Justin Trudeau: The Millennial candidate?

BY DAVID COLETTO ,QMI AGENCY Justin Trudeau will become prime minister because young Canadians, or the Millennials, who never vote, will vote for him. Before you all reach for the barf bags, let me explain why that just might be true and why conservatives should be worried. I spend a lot of my day thinking about

CFRA: Madely in the Morning – Sept 25

David joined Steve Madely on 580 CFRA to discuss Abacus’ new political survey. Listen to the interview

Sun News Network: Tories and NDP tied at 35%

David spoke with Pat Bolland on AM Agenda this morning about the newest Abacus Data poll on federal politics    

Sun News Network: Canadians Want Nexen Deal Nixed

David joined Alex Pierson on AM Agenda to discuss the new Abacus Poll on the Nexen/CNOOC deal.  
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