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Softening support for the government as the House rises

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We just completed a national survey of 3,026 Canadian adults from June 17 to 23, 2022. NATIONAL MOOD SLIDES FOUR POINTS The number of people who say Canada is heading in the right direction, is at 35%, down 4 points from mid-April, and one of the weaker results we
Softening support for the government as the House rises

The Moral Compass of Canadians in the Shadow of a Big Decision on Roe v. Wade in the US

By: Oksana Kishchuk In the coming weeks, the US Supreme Court is set to make a decision on abortion that could seriously impact abortion rights. This has brought conversations about abortion, and the morality of limiting access to the forefront of our conversations here in Canada too. Back in 2016, we were curious to see
The Moral Compass of Canadians in the Shadow of a Big Decision on Roe v. Wade in the US

Millions of Canadians Believe US Election Was Stolen From Trump

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We recently completed nationwide surveying among 1500 Canadians.  The focus was the levels of trust people have in institutional sources of information, and belief in different theories that indicate a lack of trust in broadly accepted facts.  This is the fourth in a series of releases based on our
Millions of Canadians Believe US Election Was Stolen From Trump

COVID Conspiracy Beliefs Embraced by Millions

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We recently completed nationwide surveying among 1500 Canadians.  The focus was on the levels of trust people have in institutional sources of information, and belief in different theories that indicate a lack of trust in broadly accepted facts.  This is the third in a series of releases based on
COVID Conspiracy Beliefs Embraced by Millions

Millions believe in conspiracy theories in Canada

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We recently completed nationwide surveying among 1500 Canadians.  The focus was on the levels of trust people have in institutional sources of information, and belief in conspiracy theories.  This is the second in a series called “Trust & Facts: What Canadians Believe” • 44% (the equivalent of 13 million
Millions believe in conspiracy theories in Canada

The Local Traveller Will Be Around for One More Season, at Least.

By: Oksana Kishchuk A few months ago as the weather warmed, mandates lifted and some countries eased their rules and restrictions, we wondered if optimism about travel would rise. With the pandemic and the trickle-down impacts continuing to impact our lives, choices and behaviours, travel is no different. Our pocketbooks are starting to oppose the
The Local Traveller Will Be Around for One More Season, at Least.

Millions of Canadians Lack Trust in Government and News Media

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We recently completed nationwide surveying among 1500 Canadians.  The focus was on the levels of trust people have in institutional sources of information, and belief in conspiracy theories.  This is the first in a series called “Trust & Facts: What Canadians Believe” 44% THINK MUCH OF THE INFORMATION FROM
Millions of Canadians Lack Trust in Government and News Media

Final Abacus Data Poll: Ontario PCs lead by 13 as they head towards another majority government

By David Coletto Earlier today, we completed our final survey of the 2022 Ontario provincial election. Throughout this campaign, we have been tracking public attitudes and intentions and our latest survey indicates that Doug Ford and the Progressive Conservatives are headed towards an easy victory tomorrow and very likely another majority government. Here’s a quick
Final Abacus Data Poll: Ontario PCs lead by 13 as they head towards another majority government

What do Canadians think about the level of freedom in Canada?

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto Our latest nationwide public opinion survey asked Canadians a couple of questions about the topic of freedom, to test the resonance of Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre’s campaign promise to “make Canada the freest country in the world”. The results suggest that the promise might not lack some pulling
What do Canadians think about the level of freedom in Canada?

Pierre Poilievre may have the advantage, but his popularity is softening: New Abacus polling on Canadian politics.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto Our latest nationwide public opinion survey shows little change on several of the variables that we track, but we do see evidence that Pierre Poilievre has lost some popularity over the last few weeks. VOTE INTENTION & VOTER POOLS Since 2022 began, the Liberals have been tracking between 30%
Pierre Poilievre may have the advantage, but his popularity is softening: New Abacus polling on Canadian politics.
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