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Sun News: Rating Canada’s Provinces for Canada Day

David appeared on Sun News to discuss Abacus’ latest poll on what Canadians think of their country’s provinces.

Sun News: Tories and NDP tied

David appeared on AM Agenda on the Sun News Network to discuss Abacus’ new national survey.  

Ottawa Sun: Trudeau could save Liberals: Poll

BY MARK DUNN ,SENIOR NATIONAL REPORTER OTTAWA – Justin Trudeau would take the Liberals off life-support and make the sad-sack party a contender if he were leader, according to a new poll that also shows the NDP and Conservatives in a dead heat. The Abacus Data survey says the front-runners each have the support of 35% of respondents

Allan Gregg and David Coletto join Kroeger College as adjunct faculty

Allan Gregg and David Coletto join Kroeger College as adjunct faculty From Carleton University website Two of Canada’s most astute pollsters and political analysts are returning to their alma mater as adjunct faculty. Allan Gregg, the chair of Harris/Decima and host of TVOntario’s Allan Gregg in Conversation With, joins the Arthur Kroeger College of Public

iPolitics: Does Canadians’ high regard for co-ops present an opportunity for government?

Posted on Tue, May 29, 2012, 5:01 am by David Coletto In the past three years, we have witnessed significant unrest by large numbers of citizens unhappy with the state of the financial system and capitalism in general. Last year, hundreds of Canadians “occupied” parks across the country calling for changes to our financial system and government policy.

Sun News: Close the door to Khadr, Canadians say

David appeared on The Source with Ezra Levant to discuss the findings of the QMI/Sun News survey on Omar Khadr.  Watch the video below and read the corresponding news article by Jessia Murphy.   JESSICA MURPHY | QMI AGENCY OTTAWA – The Tories will be at odds with the majority of Canadians – and almost 70% of

Canadians Divided on Student Strike in Quebec

David Coletto writes for iPolitics on public opinion on the student strike in Quebec.  The survey found that Canadians are divided along regional and generational lines.  The issue divides Canadian Millennials (born between 1980 and 2000) and older Canadians.  The survey also found that Quebecers are most opposed to the strikes and most likely to

Ottawa Sun: Clean water tops Canadians’ enviro concerns

BY DANIEL PROUSSALIDIS ,PARLIAMENTARY BUREAU OTTAWA — Few Canadians are losing sleep over global warming and the state of the world’s rainforests, according to a public opinion survey conducted exclusively for QMI Agency. “Issues that can affect people in their day-to-day lives, like drinking water and air quality and the contamination of land — Canadians are

Sun News Network: Conservatives and NDP Neck and Neck

David joined AM Agenda on the Sun News Network on Tuesday to discuss the latest Abacus National Poll  

Sun News: The State of the Race for the White House

David joined AM Agenda on the Sun News Network to go over the latest poll numbers on the US Presidential Election.  
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