Shock and Dismay: Canadians on Trump’s Victory

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto In our latest survey of national opinion, we explored reactions to the election of Donald Trump as US President. Here’s what we found. • The most common single words Canadians use to describe their reaction to Mr. Trump’s election were ‘shocked, surprised, disappointed, disgusted, and horror”. • In answer

Why American Millennials Like Trump (And How Canadians are Different)

A study published by the Harvard Institute of Politics is showing that a surprising number of millennials support US Presidential candidate, Donald Trump. The poll showed that 25% of people under 30 intend on voting for ‘the Donald’ if Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination. However (as expected) Democratic nomination candidate, Bernie Sanders, remains the most

Sun News: US Political Update – Obama and Romney neck and neck

David appeared on AM Agenda on the Sun News Network to discuss the latest numbers out of the US.  

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.  

Sun News: Crunching the Numbers after Super Tuesday

David Coletto goes over the exit polls from Super Tuesday and the Republican nomination.

Sun News Network: U.S. Consumer Confidence

David Coletto joins Caryn Lieberman on the Sun News Network to discuss the latest consumer confidence numbers coming after the S&P credit downgrade.

Sun News Network: American public’s reaction to the debt ceiling debate

David Coletto joins Caryn Lieberman on Sun News’ Right Now to discuss new poll numbers of American reaction to the debt ceiling negotiations. You can view the poll cited here.  

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