In Newfoundland & Labrador, PCs lead by 5 with a week to go before EDay

By David Coletto As the May 16 Election Day approaches in Newfoundland and Labrador, a new survey of 700 eligible voters conducted by Abacus Data finds the Progressive Conservatives lead the incumbent Liberal Party by 5-points. Here’s what we found: #1: A SLIGHT MAJORITY OF ELIGIBLE VOTERS FEEL THE PROVINCE IS HEADED IN THE WRONG

Canadians are ready for legal cannabis

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto Téléchargez le rapport en français ici As recreational use of cannabis is set to become legal on October 17, we conducted a national survey of 3,000 Canadian adults on behalf of The Cannabis Council of Canada in September to find out how the country was feeling about legalization.  Here’s

What do Canadians think should be done about ISIS?

Canadians are unsure bombing will work, hesitant about sending troops, and think a ground war may be needed. By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto In our most recent nationwide public opinion survey, we explored three questions that tapped into how Canadians feel about the choices facing Canada and other countries when it comes to dealing

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

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