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Canadians See Investment Growing in Clean Energy and Sustainable Products, and Want an Ambitious Strategy to Compete in These Markets

In the latest round of survey work by Clean Energy Canada and Abacus Data, Canadians expect the next 20 years will see rising investment around the world in renewable and lower carbon forms of energy, and they want Canada to be a vigorous competitor when it comes to winning that investment race. Key findings include:
Canadians See Investment Growing in Clean Energy and Sustainable Products, and Want an Ambitious Strategy to Compete in These Markets

Large majority in Ottawa oppose Freedom Convoy and think their point has been made and it’s time to leave

By David Coletto Perry Tsergas and I are friends and business partners. We also share an office space in downtown Ottawa. And very often we get fascinated by things happening around us and often get to work together on some really interesting projects. As two Ottawa-based businesses (Abacus Data & spark*advocacy) with most of our
Large majority in Ottawa oppose Freedom Convoy and think their point has been made and it’s time to leave

Children & Vaccines: Vaccine Acceptance on the Rise

By: Oksana Kishchuk Is anyone ready for some good news? We’ve been in field with a lot of data on all things pandemic: COVID-19 worries, impressions on the convoy in Ottawa, the shortage economy, and more. But what about some numbers that bring some positivity to the conversation? Aside from tracking worry and concern, over
Children & Vaccines: Vaccine Acceptance on the Rise

Pandemic frustration may be running high, but more don’t side with the so-called “Freedom Convoy”

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto Two out of three (68%) interviewed in our latest nationwide poll feel they have “very little in common with how the protestors in Ottawa see things”, while 32% say they “have a lot in common.” Those who are more likely to feel aligned with the protestors are People’s Party
Pandemic frustration may be running high, but more don’t side with the so-called “Freedom Convoy”

The Shortage Economy in Canada and What it Means for Leaders

By David Coletto In its early October edition, the Economist put a spotlight on what it called the “shortage economy” and argued that “scarcity has replaced gluts as the biggest impediment to growth.” As a public opinion and social researcher, I was of course intrigued. And so, at the beginning of this year, I conducted
The Shortage Economy in Canada and What it Means for Leaders

Ontario PCs lead by 9 over Liberals as 2022 begins and election looms

By David Coletto Ontario is likely heading to the polls in early June 2022 and over the next months, our team will track public opinion and preferences in the lead-up to the campaign. This is part of our team’s expansion in Toronto.  We have opened a new office in downtown Toronto and will be focusing
Ontario PCs lead by 9 over Liberals as 2022 begins and election looms

Public mood sours and federal government approval steady as Omicron cases rise.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We completed a national survey of 2,200 Canadian adults from January 7 to 12, 2022. Here’s a snapshot of our findings. PUBLIC MOOD & GOVERNMENT APPROVAL Since early December, the mood of the country has soured as Omicron has spread and anxiety about the pandemic has increased. Today, 37%
Public mood sours and federal government approval steady as Omicron cases rise.

What Threats Do Canadians Perceive and What Is Canada’s Influence Around the World? Now vs. 2018

By Richard Jenkins and David Coletto As more and more things are going back to normal in Canada, we decided to get Canadians to look beyond Canada’s borders to think about the threats and priorities they have for Canada on the global stage.  We also asked them to gauge Canada’s influence in the world. We
What Threats Do Canadians Perceive and What Is Canada’s Influence Around the World? Now vs. 2018

A Throne Speech Meets a Distracted Public. Liberals and Conservatives neck and neck.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We completed a national survey of 2,025 Canadian adults from November 25 to 30, 2021. Here’s a snapshot of our findings. SPEECH FROM THE THRONE One in three people didn’t know there was a Speech from the Throne, and another half only heard about it.  Fewer than one in
A Throne Speech Meets a Distracted Public. Liberals and Conservatives neck and neck.

Fear of Omicron triggers anxiety across Canada

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We completed a national survey of 2,025 Canadian adults from November 25 to 30, 2021, and asked some questions about COVID and public concerns that we have been tracking since the start of the pandemic.  Here’s what we found: MILLIONS ARE MORE WORRIED ABOUT COVID-19 OVER THE PAST FEW
Fear of Omicron triggers anxiety across Canada
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