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Canadian do not want to speed up return to normal activities – America is a cautionary tale.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto When asked to assess the speed at which different governments are moving to return to normal activities, most Canadians say the current pace is appropriate or things are going to fast. Few think the federal or provincial governments are moving too slowly. Most think the Trump Administration is moving

Canadian do not want to speed up return to normal activities – America is a cautionary tale.

COVID-19: Almost as many feel mental health impacts as feel financial woes.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto In our last national survey, we asked Canadians to what extent the pandemic has impacted different aspects of their lives. Here’s what we found: Almost as many Canadians report the pandemic has had a negative impact on their mental health as those who say it has had a negative

COVID-19: Almost as many feel mental health impacts as feel financial woes.

1 in 4 Canadians never wear a mask but making it mandatory finds little resistance

By Bruce Anderson and David Coletto Last week in a national survey of 1,500 Canadian adults we asked some questions about wearing masks as a way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here’s what we found: A third of Canadians always wear a mask when they enter a public place like a retail outlet and

1 in 4 Canadians never wear a mask but making it mandatory finds little resistance

Most think Wexit is a terrible idea, but the concept could divide Conservatives.

By Bruce Anderson and David Coletto In the wake of the announcement that former Harper-era cabinet minister Jay Hill is taking over the leadership of Wexit Canada – a political party whose goal is the separation of the four most western provinces from the rest of Canada – we polled Canadians on what they thought

Most think Wexit is a terrible idea, but the concept could divide Conservatives.

O Canada: Canadians, our public institutions, and the pandemic

A new poll finds Canadians are satisfied with Canada’s public institutions’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Oksana Kishchuk At the beginning of May, Abacus Data conducted a national public opinion survey commissioned by the Rideau Hall Foundation. This survey was a follow-up to research that was conducted in February just a few weeks before the

O Canada: Canadians, our public institutions, and the pandemic

Liberals up by 11 as Conservatives stuck below 30%

By Bruce Anderson and David Coletto If an election were held at the time of the survey, the Liberals would win 40%, the Conservatives 29% and followed by the NDP at 16%, the Greens at 6%, and the BQ at 7%. Just prior to the pandemic, the Liberals and Conservatives were within a point of

Liberals up by 11 as Conservatives stuck below 30%

Poll: A full recovery has to include those living in poverty and unstable condition

A new poll finds Canadians recognize the risk those in refugee camps face over COVID-19 and the need to stop the spread of the virus everywhere before a full recovery can begin. David Coletto & Oksana Kishchuk In mid-May, Abacus Data conducted a national public opinion survey commissioned by World Vision, a global relief, development,

Poll: A full recovery has to include those living in poverty and unstable condition

Most Americans believe Donald Trump will try to hold onto power if he loses the election

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto With less than 150 days until Americans choose a President for the next four years, Abacus Data (one of Canada’s most accurate pollsters in the 2019 Canadian federal election) surveyed 1,500 Americans on their feelings about the choice coming up, and also about Canada-US relations. This is the second

Most Americans believe Donald Trump will try to hold onto power if he loses the election

Biden ahead by 14 among registered voters; Trump approval below 40%

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto With less than 150 days until Americans choose a President for the next four years, Abacus (one of Canada’s most accurate polling company in the 2019 federal election) surveyed 1500 Americans on their feelings about the choice coming up, and also about Canada-US relations. We will be releasing our

Biden ahead by 14 among registered voters; Trump approval below 40%

What do Canadians think about virtual healthcare?

In mid-May, the Canadian Medical Association commissioned us to conduct a national survey to explore Canadian perceptions, impressions, and behaviours when it comes to virtual healthcare. The full report can be found here. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused disruptions in many parts of our daily life, including in the ways we can access the medical

What do Canadians think about virtual healthcare?
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