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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 4:31pm
RT @davekorzinski: Hey! I was a part of this great panel discussing Social Isolation and Loneliness for the International Day of Older People this year. Check it out here: https://t.co/qyAnWkPA9w https://t.co/HWYqYQan5a

Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 12:01pm
Asked to choose between these outcomes, most BC residents prefer an NDP government to a Liberal one: https://t.co/I6wHvE2VhJ https://t.co/0JQfo4ERB6


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 11:00am
BC NDP voters are more certain that their leader would be the best Premier for the province. Just half of BC Liberal and Green supporters say this of their own: https://t.co/I6wHvE2VhJ https://t.co/33RLgrjtmd


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 10:00am
BCNDP hold 10-point lead with five days to go and those who say they've voted already give the incumbent's a large advantage: https://t.co/I6wHvE2VhJ https://t.co/mI8qiB2vhq


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 9:00am
A Tale of Two Voters: Shifting dynamics tighten BC Election race in its final days https://t.co/I6wHvE2VhJ

Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 11:31pm
RT @courtdoc: On October 9, @angusreidorg released a national survey on Canadians’ attitudes towards police and policing. The survey received some attention, but perhaps needs another round of mentions: https://t.co/f943nHfiE0

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 12:28pm
RT @realtirement: Isolation, Loneliness, and COVID-19: Only 33% of Candians say they have a good social life according to the @angusreidorg 2020 Index on Loneliness and Social Isolation. Last year it was 55%. https://t.co/HYUSv3FEko https://t.co/ZCiObwHZmH


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 5:25pm
RT @KBBenning: Yesterday @angusreidorg released a poll showing the @SaskParty has a 27-point lead over the @Sask_NDP. But half also said they would be in favour of a third party who is politically in the middle. And nearly 2/3 wants to see a stronger opposition #skpoli #decisionSK #saskvotes https://t.co/W8nBBI6qq1


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 1:00pm
The number of Canadians 55+ who say they wish they had 'less time alone' increased 15 points from last year to this. More on social isolation and COVID19 here: https://t.co/uxBsO8CtVE https://t.co/Rh9RjL7ByB


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 12:01pm
With only half of BC voters saying they've made up their mind, second choice party could be a factor heading into the final week of the campaign: https://t.co/JA2hDdfk27 https://t.co/GUUIiAQdjj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 11:00am
Isolation, Loneliness, and COVID-19: Pandemic leads to sharp increase in mental health challenges, social woes https://t.co/uxBsO8CtVE https://t.co/8iIIiQrR6a


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 10:30am
BC Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau enjoyed a significant boost in her leadership appeal rating after the debate: https://t.co/JA2hDdfk27 https://t.co/fM2N1cvOJM


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 10:00am
In #BCElxn, Horgan seen as most appealing, Wilkinson continues to have a difficult time resonating with voters: https://t.co/JA2hDdfk27 https://t.co/N2K5NVddrK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 9:00am
In the only televised BC leaders debate, John Horgan chosen as best by 29%, Sonia Furstenau second with 23%: https://t.co/JA2hDdfk27 https://t.co/XCmkApXwqU


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 8:30am
New today: NDP continues to lead by considerable margin in BC election: https://t.co/JA2hDdfk27 https://t.co/SNPzmxahnb


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 1:06pm
Isolation, Loneliness, and COVID-19: Pandemic leads to sharp increase in mental health challenges, social woes https://t.co/uxBsO8U4Nc https://t.co/jPqjhXiRS8


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 1:00pm
Ahead of the election, two-in-five Sask. residents say they are concerned about voting during the COVID-19 outbreak https://t.co/6wHWNslPjj https://t.co/RRE5vYiuzZ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 12:01pm
Asked about a third alternative between the more conservative Saskatchewan Party and the left-leaning NDP, half welcome the idea https://t.co/6wHWNslPjj https://t.co/Rx0ChjHOSx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 11:00am
The Sask. NDP leads by a small margin on the issue of highest concern to residents: healthcare https://t.co/6wHWNslPjj https://t.co/HiG5DzFjfG


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 10:00am
On resources, economic growth, and taxes, the Saskatchewan Party is overwhelmingly chosen as the best to lead: https://t.co/6wHWNslPjj https://t.co/bH95YINLk9


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 9:00am
With less than two weeks until the election, the Saskatchewan Party holds a 27-point vote intention advantage over the opposition NDP https://t.co/6wHWNslPjj https://t.co/GsyyTVsm62


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 8:00am
Saskatchewan Election: Voters lean heavily toward re-electing Sask Party, disenchanted by lack of third option https://t.co/6wHWNslPjj https://t.co/4jEQm1JBDZ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 7:31pm
RT @angusreidorg: New today: How social isolation has changed during the pandemic. Read our full report here: https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/jXJvKrq24a


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 12:30pm
Women between the ages of 18 and 54 are least likely to say their mental health is at least 'good' as we enter the eighth month of the pandemic: https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/8iLWb6obPi


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 11:30am
Comparing our new data to a study we conducted in May of 2019, the percentage of Canadians who describe their mental health as "good" or "very good" has dropped from two-thirds to 53 per cent: https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/QxDa1KDl65


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 10:45am
One-in-three Canadians over 54 years of age now say they wish they had 'less time alone'. Just 18 per cent said this last year: https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/B3ln8YAmIk


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 9:45am
Today we're taking a look at social isolation during the pandemic. Here's a look at how some community participation levels have changed compared to 2019: https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/CWz6qK7DEX


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 9:25am
RT @picardonhealth: #Isolation, #Loneliness, and #COVID19: Pandemic leads to sharp increase in mental health challenges, social woes https://t.co/Z9Oi0RkofM via @angusreidorg #MentalHealth #StayAtHome https://t.co/82vd7XvS7E

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 9:25am
RT @serenevistas: Isolation, Loneliness, and COVID-19 https://t.co/o0dvfeF4es via @angusreidorg "The unprecedented drop in community activity, from volunteering, to attending live concerts, to visiting local community centres and hubs, has taken its toll on Canadians." https://t.co/W0MBuUSN0i


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 9:15am
Usage of video calling apps like Zoom has risen significantly over the past year - particularly among older Canadians: https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/nU8RmO0Hcu


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 8:45am
Canadians home relationships are holding strong, though their self-reported quality of friendships has dropped since 2019: https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/2CkW9qqwmS


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 8:15am
New today: How social isolation has changed during the pandemic. Read our full report here: https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/jXJvKrq24a


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 7:45am
Isolation, Loneliness, and COVID-19: Pandemic leads to sharp increase in mental health challenges, social woes https://t.co/dQze5UCLw7 https://t.co/GGjrKVuU4U


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 1:22pm
RT @davekorzinski: Looking forward to the BC Debate tonight. Best wishes to the candidates @jjhorgan @Wilkinson4BC @SoniaFurstenau and to ARI President @ShachiKurl who has been intensely preparing and studying to moderate the heck out of this thing. Let's have some fun! #bcpoli #BCelxn2020

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 1:19pm
RT @BT_Vancouver: We catch up with moderator @ShachiKurl about what is expected during tonight's provincial leaders debate. @News1130 @CityNewsVAN @angusreidorg #bcelection #bcpoli https://t.co/OBNJmMFZ6j


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 2:30am
RT @CBC: New Angus Reid data shows less than half of Canadians want COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it's available. | @TheCurrentCBC https://t.co/nFpdwR6zds

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 1:30pm
Indigenous respondents are more likely than others to say their experiences with police have been negative. Three-in-ten say so compared to one-in-five Caucasians: https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/Gxj2rHhSyr


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 1:00pm
Two-thirds of Canadians have had at least one direct interaction with an officer over the past five years. For most, this was a positive experience: https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/jSnUNUtXkJ


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 12:30pm
One major factor in our Policing Perspectives Index is pride in police. Here's how the four groups compare : https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/xZ3rI5RcEl


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 12:01pm
By comparison with Americans, Canadians are more likely to feel more secure when they see a police officer https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/86cMuaNMeS


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 11:00am
We asked Canadians if they feel more or less secure when they see a police officer. Age plays a considerable factor in responses: https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/qTuOYl4kbM


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 10:30am
ARI's Policing Perspective Index places Canadians into four groups based on their attitudes toward police. To explore these groups in-depth, check out our latest: https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/WrNnGwfAfb


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 10:00am
New today - A look at favourability of police in major cities across Canada: https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/zKTI04U6Sw


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 9:30am
Canadians are more likely to say they feel safe when they see a police officer than Americans, though one-in-five still say they feel less secure: https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/iJ4PESpAQb


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 9:00am
Three-quarters of Canadians view the police in their community favourably. Critical views rise considerably among 18 to 34-year olds: https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/kCFijsPyXL


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 8:30am
In our Policing Perspectives Index we find residents in Winnipeg and the GTA most likely to be in the Defunders group. Those who would like to see police funding reduced and are more likely to view police unfavourably: https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/xQ2OaqK6Pa


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 8:00am
New today - Policing in Canada: Major study reveals four mindsets driving current opinions and future policy preferences https://t.co/mvYwOAmMDp https://t.co/BxhBGw7WmQ


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 3:21pm
Ontario residents lead the way on mask wearing. The only region where >90% say they wear one always or most of the time when social distancing is not possible: https://t.co/wVVi0NEBfC https://t.co/VWvYkFMC11


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 3:07pm
Residents in Alberta and Saskatchewan are more likely to say they would not get a COVID-19 vaccine when available Just two-in-five will get it ASAP: https://t.co/wVVi0NEBfC https://t.co/vVwGQn2E6K


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 2:12pm
RT @angusreidorg: The BC NDP's early advantage can be largely explained by the top issue (COVID19) and which party is seen as best to handle it: https://t.co/xHVdMJ7HUa https://t.co/4yA2uNhvNx


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 12:01pm
The BC NDP's early advantage can be largely explained by the top issue (COVID19) and which party is seen as best to handle it: https://t.co/xHVdMJ7HUa https://t.co/4yA2uNhvNx


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 11:00am
BC Election: New Democrats seen as best on health and social issues, but lag BC Liberals on economic growth https://t.co/xHVdMJ7HUa https://t.co/l3HuLdo69w


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 10:00am
58 per cent of BC residents say the election call this year is unnecessary, 42 per cent say it's fine: https://t.co/xHVdMJ7HUa https://t.co/U8grDSxiNj


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 9:00am
Today, a look at the BC Election. Ahead of next weeks debate, the BC NDP hold a commanding lead: https://t.co/xHVdMJ7HUa https://t.co/EZqLje0jAx


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 1:30pm
Vacillate or Vaccinate? Fewer than half of Canadians say they’d get a COVID-19 inoculation as soon as possible https://t.co/DNEk8NHQlX https://t.co/BnxOW6Zwm7


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 1:05pm
RT @steeletalk: BC leaders to face off in live televised debate Tuesday Oct 13th from 6:30 to 8PM - moderator is the whip smart @ShachiKurl - President of @angusreidorg

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 12:30pm
Residents in BC and Atlantic Canada are largely happy with the communication from their provincial governments re: COVID19. This is less the case in Alberta and Manitoba: https://t.co/DNEk8NHQlX https://t.co/C2460UGX4h


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 12:00pm
Those who have received a COVID19 test are largely positive about the experience, though approximately one-in-five say it went poorly: https://t.co/DNEk8NHQlX https://t.co/Ghaux2eXXm


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 11:30am
Second Wave Angst: COVID-19 concern levels rebound to April highs as Canadians brace for worse to come https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/9O0ICO2dDz


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 11:00am
The percentage of Canadians wearing masks regularly has risen considerably over the past few months, though there are still wide regional gaps: https://t.co/DNEk8NHQlX https://t.co/VOe62AXydF


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 10:00am
An updated look at COVID19 vaccination willingness by region. Fewer say they would get it right away now than said so in July: https://t.co/DNEk8NHQlX https://t.co/CeWLEO7vCr


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 9:00am
Number of Canadians indicating they’d seek vaccination ASAP drops seven points since mid-summer https://t.co/DNEk8NHQlX https://t.co/vu1EgCCKYm


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 2 - 8:00am
Vacillate or Vaccinate? Fewer than half of Canadians say they’d get a COVID-19 inoculation as soon as possible https://t.co/DNEk8NHQlX https://t.co/h6BRTvEcgI


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 9:19pm
RT @CityNewsYEG: As the leaves begin to fall, so, too does Canadian optimism regarding the next phase of COVID-19. Courtney Theriault with the story. https://t.co/B22KTYzbR5


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 7:59pm
RT @angusreidorg: In June, most Canadians felt the worst of COVID19 was over. Now, two-thirds say the worst is yet to come: https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/qKP8EDuXpy


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 2:28pm
Our latest research finds the second wave of COVID19 generating a second wave of anxiety. More here: https://t.co/1OxLeEcCr2 https://t.co/yg3Wflnn2R


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 1:30pm
In June, most Canadians felt the worst of COVID19 was over. Now, two-thirds say the worst is yet to come: https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/jVukfa4r4i


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 1:01pm
RT @angusreidorg: Second part: If you're watching or watched the election, do you think it was a productive conversation/debate between President Trump and Former Vice President Biden? #debates

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 12:30pm
27 per cent of Canadians say they've had a tough time over the past few weeks re: mental health - highest among both men and women 18-34, and women 35-54: https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/SHf3Bz6Gdt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 10:30am
Ontario residents are most worried about COVID19 risk as cases continue to rise. Concern has risen in all regions over the past month: https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/yRwWnZjzGt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 9:45am
In June, most Canadians felt the worst of COVID19 was over. Now, two-thirds say the worst is yet to come: https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/qKP8EDuXpy


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 9:00am
One-quarter of Canadians say they've been having a difficult time with respect to their mental health over the past few weeks. A trend we have noted throughout the pandemic: https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/S4HCajCOLY


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 8:15am
Older Canadians are as concerned now about becoming sick with COVID-19 as they were in April: https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/tYdxv216nk


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 30 - 7:30am
Second Wave Angst: COVID-19 concern levels rebound to April highs as Canadians brace for worse to come https://t.co/1OxLeEudPC https://t.co/LwvZJmac9V


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 29 - 10:36pm
Second part: If you're watching or watched the election, do you think it was a productive conversation/debate between President Trump and Former Vice President Biden? #debates

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 29 - 10:29pm
Two part poll: First! Are you watching/did you watch the #debates?

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 18 - 3:00pm
Ontario Spotlight: As COVID-19 cases climb, can the Ford government maintain the political goodwill it’s earned? https://t.co/5RcudrFZp5 https://t.co/j7adP1Ghir


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 18 - 12:01pm
Approval of the Ontario government's COVID-19 response has varied, but remained consistently among the highest in the country since late March: https://t.co/5RcudrFZp5 https://t.co/NuVM0fKsq1


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 18 - 11:00am
The PCPO maintains the support of half of residents outside the City of Toronto. Within the city, however, it is tied with the NDP: https://t.co/5RcudrFZp5 https://t.co/AjA3ZjREai


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 18 - 10:00am
The PCPO doesn’t seem to have gained much ground with younger voters, instead, the party has built on its existing popularity with those ages 35+ https://t.co/5RcudrFZp5 https://t.co/hbBXFwPASP


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 18 - 9:00am
If an election were held today, 45 per cent of Ontario residents say they would vote for the PCPO; a 17-point advantage over the NDP: https://t.co/5RcudrFZp5 https://t.co/ZuOAGsT6q7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 18 - 8:00am
Ontario Spotlight: As COVID-19 cases climb, can the Ford government maintain the political goodwill it’s earned? https://t.co/5RcudrFZp5 https://t.co/kWeLR0Miqj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 5:10pm
RT @davekorzinski: A great new study from @angusreidorg looking at the impact of both the pandemic and the WE scandal on charitable giving: https://t.co/ZzQv0Oo7qk

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 5:09pm
RT @Phil_journal: While Canadians are reeling from the effects of the pandemic, the recent WE Charity controversy is also affecting how people are viewing the charitable sector. Learn more from the latest poll on Canadian giving ⬇️ https://t.co/beZr3VCArB

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 5:09pm
RT @cardusca: 83% of respondents agree that charitable giving is a good way for them to make the world a better place. Support for federal government assistance for the charitable sector topped 70% in the survey. https://t.co/rhHRFDebKs @angusreidorg #charity #canpoli

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 3:00pm
More than half in each donor segment say the WE Charity scandal has raised questions about the governance and transparency in the charity sector more broadly https://t.co/XHVmXAdh8h https://t.co/tpCE589QR6


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 2:00pm
Four-in-five Canadians say they prefer donating to smaller local charities as opposed to larger organizations that operate nationally https://t.co/XHVmXAdh8h https://t.co/3Pw2yeK57b


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 1:01pm
In order to better understand the varying degrees of giving in Canada, we grouped respondents into four segments based on their charitable behaviour. For more information on these segments: https://t.co/XHVmXAdh8h https://t.co/2yfWDtaSCu


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 12:01pm
Asked about their charitable giving if a grant program were to be implemented, just 17 per cent of those that already donate to charity would consider giving more https://t.co/XHVmXAdh8h https://t.co/7sYWk9iXjP


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 11:01am
Under a matching program, two-in-five (41%) of those that already give charitable donations would consider giving more https://t.co/XHVmXAdh8h https://t.co/f5stUf5vcX


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 10:00am
Overwhelming majorities support measures such as donation matching and direct grants to alleviate shortfalls and encourage Canadians to give again https://t.co/XHVmXAuRZP https://t.co/G3xWMasmof


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 9:00am
Nearly two-in-five Canadian donors say they’re giving less to charity since the COVID-19 pandemic began https://t.co/XHVmXAdh8h https://t.co/dphrOovfC7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 17 - 8:00am
Philanthropy, Pandemic & Political Scandal: COVID-19 curtails donor giving; WE affair weakens trust in charities https://t.co/XHVmXAdh8h https://t.co/gJc5yjCSfV


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 14 - 2:01pm
Approval of the Alberta government's COVID-19 response has dropped as the pandemic was worn on: https://t.co/wcMjd5M7B7 https://t.co/UT9xDnw6vO


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 14 - 1:01pm
Though a majority of Albertans say that their provincial government has handled the COVID-19 pandemic well, the province's rating is among the lowest in the country: https://t.co/wcMjd5M7B7 https://t.co/edVgX1ixOx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 14 - 12:01pm
By contrast to the NDP's voter base, the UCP is bleeding 30 per cent of its past voters to other parties: https://t.co/wcMjd5M7B7 https://t.co/O29gblOnYK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 14 - 11:01am
The Alberta NDP commands the loyalty of a rock-solid vote base: The overwhelming majority (96%) of those who voted for the NDP in the last election say they would do so again. https://t.co/wcMjd5M7B7 https://t.co/kHaJLQRy0J


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 14 - 10:01am
The UCP's support has fallen most among voters ages 35-54. 55 per cent of this group voted for the UCP last April, compared to just 35 per cent who now express this intention: https://t.co/wcMjd5M7B7 https://t.co/5phETcMN1t


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 14 - 9:01am
38 per cent of Alberta residents say they would support the UCP if an election were held tomorrow – remarkably putting the party in a tie with the Alberta New Democratic Party: https://t.co/wcMjd5M7B7 https://t.co/2IcF1DkGb2


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 14 - 8:01am
Alberta Spotlight: As dissatisfaction with UCP intensifies, voters say they’re ready to take another look at the NDP https://t.co/wcMjd5M7B7 https://t.co/mVS71WWmfF


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