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Election Poll: NDP and BQ rise as Liberals and Conservatives remain deadlocked

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto  This week, we completed a large national survey of 3,000 Canadians.  All interviews were done after the English language debate and before the French-language debate Thursday evening. Here’s what we found:  LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES AT 32%; NDP AND BQ GAIN GROUND.  If an election were held at the time
Election Poll: NDP and BQ rise as Liberals and Conservatives remain deadlocked

Election Poll: Singh impresses at debate while Trudeau and Scheer break even

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto Following the English language network debate, we polled Canadians on their reactions. Here’s what we found: 13% WATCHED THE ENTIRE DEBATE The vast majority (87%) didn’t watch the whole debate.  Just under half (47%) watched all (13%) of some (29%) of it.  Another 23% said they heard something about
Election Poll: Singh impresses at debate while Trudeau and Scheer break even

Abacus Data is hiring a Consultant or Senior Consultant to join our team in Ottawa

Location: Ottawa, ON Compensation: Salaried position Term: 6-month contract with possibility of becoming permanent Expected start date: As soon as possible, as late as December 2019 Role: Abacus Data is expanding and we’re looking for someone who is excited to learn and grow in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. If you’re early in your career,
Abacus Data is hiring a Consultant or Senior Consultant to join our team in Ottawa

Support for Energy Transition is Strong and Broad

A strong majority of Canadians believe the transition to clean energy is more economic opportunity that economic downside. Last week Clean Energy Canada issued a new report, The Fast Lane, which indicated that the country’s clean energy sector would add significantly more jobs than are expected to be lost in fossil fuels. New Abacus Data-Clean
Support for Energy Transition is Strong and Broad

Election Poll: Tight race with two weeks to go

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto Our latest nationwide survey measured the federal election trends. Here’s what we found: LIBERALS HAVE SLIGHT EDGE – TWO WAVES IN A ROW. If an election were held at the time of the survey, the Liberals (35%) would capture slightly more support than the Conservatives (33%), followed by the
Election Poll: Tight race with two weeks to go

Election Poll: French Language Debate a Setback for the Conservatives

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto In our latest nationwide survey, we asked francophone respondents in Quebec some questions about the leaders’ debate held in French last week. Here’s what we found (based on 373 interviews with francophone respondents in Quebec): A SIZEABLE AUDIENCE FOR THIS DEBATE 14% said they watched the whole debate, 27%
Election Poll: French Language Debate a Setback for the Conservatives

Election Poll: A better week for Trudeau’s Liberals

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We’ve completed another election survey this week. Here’s a snapshot of what we are seeing: 1. The national race remains tight, but the Liberals are 3-points better positioned than last week, with 35% support, while the Conservatives have dropped a point to 33% (that shift is within the margin
Election Poll: A better week for Trudeau’s Liberals

3 in 4 Canadians welcome student marches for climate change

87% would allow their child to march. In the wake of several recent marches for climate action and with mass marches approaching on Friday (September 27), including one in Montreal with climate activist Greta Thunberg, the latest Abacus Data-Clean Energy Canada poll reveals: Across the country, 74% say that marches of students in different parts
3 in 4 Canadians welcome student marches for climate change

Election Poll: A sensational week, yet a tight race remains

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto In the days following the bombshell revelations of photographs of Justin Trudeau in blackface we have been polling Canadians on the election and specifically on their reaction to that development. Here’s what our data show. 1. The national race remains very tight, with the Conservatives holding 34% support, the
Election Poll: A sensational week, yet a tight race remains

Introducing the 19% of voters who could decide this election

By David Coletto In Abacus Data’s last political update, I noted that we should not assume that NDP or Green Party voters will vote strategically for the Liberals if it appears the Conservatives and Andrew Scheer appear likely to win the election. To explore this idea in more depth, I returned to the dataset to
Introducing the 19% of voters who could decide this election
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