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Doug Ford’s negatives rise 9-points in a week as public responds to new restrictions

Listen to David Coletto’s new podcast inFocus with David Coletto By David Coletto As part of our national survey completed this morning, we asked some questions exclusively of the 1007 respondents living in Ontario. Note, this survey was completed entirely after Premier Ford’s press conference on Friday afternoon. Here’s a quick summary of what we
Doug Ford’s negatives rise 9-points in a week as public responds to new restrictions

Ontario PCs and Liberals tied as frustration over vaccine rollout and 3rd wave rises

Listen to David Coletto’s new podcast inFocus with David Coletto By David Coletto As part of our national survey completed on April 14, we asked some questions exclusively of the 817 respondents living in Ontario. Note, this survey was done prior to yesterday’s announcement on new restrictions in the province and serves as a good
Ontario PCs and Liberals tied as frustration over vaccine rollout and 3rd wave rises

Vaccine hesitancy in Canada: How much is there, who are the hesitant, and why are they hesitant

Listen to David Coletto’s new podcast inFocus with David Coletto By Bruce Anderson This week we completed a national survey of 1,981 Canadian adults (from April 9 to 14) with a series of questions on Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy. This work is being done as part of broad Task Group working to promote vaccine acceptance, under
Vaccine hesitancy in Canada: How much is there, who are the hesitant, and why are they hesitant

A grim mood as Canada grapples with another COVID wave: Liberals maintain lead over the Conservatives

Listen to David Coletto’s new podcast inFocus with David Coletto By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We just completed a national survey of 1,981 Canadian adults (from April 9 to 14). Here’s what the survey found: CURRENT VOTING INTENTION If an election were held now, the Liberals would win 37% of the vote, the Conservatives
A grim mood as Canada grapples with another COVID wave: Liberals maintain lead over the Conservatives

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?

Liberals open up an 8-point lead over the Conservatives as O’Toole’s negatives keep rising

Listen to David Coletto’s new podcast inFocus with David Coletto By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We just completed a national survey of 2,000 Canadian adults (from March 25 to 30). Here’s what the survey found: CURRENT VOTING INTENTION If an election were held now, the Liberals would win 38% of the vote (up 5
Liberals open up an 8-point lead over the Conservatives as O’Toole’s negatives keep rising

Canada’s political mood tentative as spring arrives

Listen to David Coletto’s new podcast inFocus with David Coletto By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We just completed a national survey of 2,000 Canadian adults (from March 12 to 17). Here’s what the survey found: DIRECTION OF THE COUNTRY By a narrow margin, more Canadians feel the country is going in the right direction
Canada’s political mood tentative as spring arrives

How can Canada’s Conservative Party grow support? A gap analysis

Listen to David Coletto’s new podcast inFocus with David Coletto By David Coletto With the Conservative Party’s policy convention starting today, I took a quick look at some of our recent surveys to understand the opportunities and risks for the party heading into a likely federal election. For all of 2020 and 2021, the party’s
How can Canada’s Conservative Party grow support? A gap analysis

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
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