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Angus Reid Institute
13 hours ago:   Saturday Feb 4 - 12:54pm
La disposition de dérogation : la majorité estime que son utilisation accrue est problématique et souhaiterait son abolition https://t.co/FZGEUeBlyv

Angus Reid Institute
13 hours ago:   Saturday Feb 4 - 12:54pm
Notwithstanding Clause: Majority see increased use problematic, would pursue abolition https://t.co/GTTLZNrIft

Angus Reid Institute
13 hours ago:   Saturday Feb 4 - 12:53pm
RT @ShachiKurl: From @paulvieira, feat analysis from me @angusreidorg https://t.co/vzxFu1Eld1

Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 12:46pm
Was the Emergencies Act needed? Canadians aren't unanimous, but the largest group say yes: https://t.co/iLYgrzPovS https://t.co/16FFK0R3RO


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 11:50am
Emergencies Act: Ahead of inquiry report release, half say Freedom Convoy protests were a threat to national security https://t.co/iLYgrzPovS

Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 9:45am
Emergencies Act: Ahead of report release, half say Freedom Convoy protests were a threat to national security https://t.co/iLYgrzPovS https://t.co/etD6BxARbF


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 8:45am
Nearly a year later, half say invoking Emergencies Act was needed, others preferred alternate paths to resolution https://t.co/iLYgrzOQGk https://t.co/b20H4n9yok


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 7:45am
Emergencies Act: Ahead of report release, half say Freedom Convoy protests were a threat to national security https://t.co/iLYgrzPovS https://t.co/I5lfkxqEXX


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 3:01pm
New today: Notwithstanding Clause: Majority see increased use problematic, would pursue abolition https://t.co/GTTLZNrapV https://t.co/MAwtHrt40l


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 1:01pm
More than half of Canadians believe the country should abolish the notwithstanding clause. A majority in Quebec would keep the clause in place. https://t.co/GTTLZNrapV https://t.co/yPhzHf5Ewf


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 12:01pm
Half of Canadians believe the notwithstanding clause weakens the rights and freedoms enshrined in the country's constitution. https://t.co/GTTLZNrapV https://t.co/x9goVX6oop


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 11:01am
Two-in-five in Quebec believe that province's Bill 96 was an acceptable use of the notwithstanding clause. In all other provinces, fewer than one-in-ten agree. https://t.co/GTTLZNrapV https://t.co/Uk8poUAs4M


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 10:00am
More than three-in-five Canadians believe Ontario's Bill 28 was an unacceptable use of the notwithstanding clause. https://t.co/GTTLZNrapV https://t.co/60BQrDDdg8


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 9:01am
Overall, three-in-five Canadians are concerned with increased use of the notwithstanding clause. Residents in the two provinces which invoked the notwithstanding clause in 2022 - Ontario and Quebec - are on opposite ends of the spectrum of concern. https://t.co/GTTLZNrapV https://t.co/M6MlFmbct4


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 8:00am
Notwithstanding Clause: Majority see increased use problematic, would pursue abolition https://t.co/GTTLZNrapV https://t.co/P0G8ZoSEFK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 5:09pm
24 Sussex: Most Canadians say political cowardice is the reason why PM’s official residence continues to crumble https://t.co/sSU1RsQ8pa

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 3:01pm
New today: Canadians strongly support COVID-19 test requirement for travellers from China, but also question its efficacy https://t.co/ouqNiARELZ https://t.co/yOO2RldoaH


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 12:01pm
One-in-five Canadians say they have not travelled at all in recent months because they're worried about the risk of being infected by COVID-19. https://t.co/ouqNiARELZ https://t.co/yWoPUGrWQh


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 11:01am
Half of Canadians who oppose the requirement that travellers from China must test negative for COVID-19 believe it to be a racist policy. https://t.co/ouqNiARELZ https://t.co/rlgjOlJ5mm


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 10:00am
Canadians who believe the policy that travellers from China must test negative for COVID-19 prior to boarding their plane will be effective at reducing the spread of COVID-19 in Canada are in the minority. https://t.co/m39QVj1IFs


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 9:01am
Canadians who oppose the requirement that travellers from China must test negative for COVID-19 prior to boarding are outnumbered by nearly five to one by those who support it. https://t.co/ouqNiAScBx https://t.co/CdgqTa6dW7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 8:00am
Canadians strongly support COVID-19 test requirement for travellers from China, but also question its efficacy https://t.co/ouqNiARELZ https://t.co/riXrTUnMfn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 3:01pm
New today: 24 Sussex: Most Canadians say political cowardice is the reason why PM’s official residence continues to crumble https://t.co/sSU1RsPAzC https://t.co/wLv4LWTKva


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 12:57pm
The Angus Reid Institute is excited to collaborate to the launch of the uOttawa Summer School in Survey Research next May! The program is tailored for professionals who want to acquire skills in survey research! Join us now! https://t.co/kFYtZsRoaX @KasChair @ferland_ben https://t.co/67J33IcaTo


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 11:01am
Most Canadians support giving the prime minister housing at public expense, but are less supportive of official residences for other political figures. https://t.co/sSU1RsPAzC https://t.co/1YG6lUgwag


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 10:01am
Two-thirds of Canadians believe the potential political fallout is why recent governments have failed to maintain the prime minister's official residence at 24 Sussex Drive. https://t.co/sSU1RsPAzC https://t.co/QV7uuC36Yf


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 9:01am
Canadians are more likely to oppose than support renovating 24 Sussex Drive at its current estimated cost. https://t.co/sSU1RsQ8pa https://t.co/qYraQPp4DY


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 8:00am
24 Sussex: Most Canadians say political cowardice is the reason why PM’s official residence continues to crumble https://t.co/sSU1RsPAzC https://t.co/dcldhFEqL4


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 3:01pm
New today: Holiday travel hell: More Canadians blame weather and airlines, than government, for recent chaos https://t.co/uQf33Iaux2 https://t.co/eTHE0CcOGT


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 2:00pm
A plurality of Canadians across all income brackets say they plan to travel more in 2023. However, those in higher-income households are more likely to say this than those in lower-income ones. https://t.co/uQf33Iaux2 https://t.co/bK8X3TTvmK


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 1:01pm
A majority of Canadian across all demographics and political leanings believe Canada needs more airline competition. https://t.co/uQf33Iaux2 https://t.co/OpT0MVQMIO


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 12:48pm
RT @aartipole: New data from the @angusreidorg finds Canadians blame the weather (70%) and airlines & rail companies (68%) for the holiday travel chaos. In a survey released today, 1 in 3 of those surveyed point the finger at the federal government. https://t.co/p4al1P8z2j https://t.co/Q9lw3zRJzv

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 12:00pm
Three-in-five Canadians believe major travel operators such as airlines, bus lines and rail lines do not care about their customers. https://t.co/uQf33Iaux2 https://t.co/h2zznSWTT5


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 11:01am
Approaching half of frequent travellers say the Canadian Transportation Agency should fine airlines in situations where they fail to uphold customer rights even if it means higher airfares. https://t.co/uQf33Iaux2 https://t.co/7j4OqEtqGb


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 10:00am
Those whose holiday plans were affected by the travel woes say Transport Canada failed to plan for the holiday surge in travel at higher rates than those who avoided the mess. https://t.co/uQf33Iaux2 https://t.co/6QOMEmWWLR


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 9:01am
Canadian women are more likely than men to say the snowstorms deserve blame for the holiday travel chaos. Men blame federal government at much higher rates than women. https://t.co/uQf33Iaux2 https://t.co/0oIZ8zys4U


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:55pm
Canadians say gun violence rising; prefer national policy over provincial regulations https://t.co/pO9xIUReWy https://t.co/iTLPEoZbTj


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:20pm
Quality & comprehensive polling, no fees: Since 2014, more than three million Canadians have accessed ARI https://t.co/BJAU2zInov

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:18pm
Les récentes perturbations au sein de la chaîne d’approvisionnement offrent aux Canadiens un nouveau regard sur le transport maritime https://t.co/3BKWhFEYb0 https://t.co/Q9xJaHP2ty


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 2:40pm
Trois Canadiens sur cinq sont en faveur d’augmenter la production d’énergie nucléaire https://t.co/Wf2MzYIn89 https://t.co/5N11sL1FjP


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 2:05pm
Appui croissant en faveur de l’énergie nucléaire : deux répondants sur cinq se sentiraient à l’aise si une centrale s’installait dans un rayon de 50 km de leur domicile. https://t.co/Wf2MzYIn89 https://t.co/ROjBD3YNip


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 13 - 1:03pm
RT @davekorzinski: New data today - Do the NFL, CFL, NHL, risk losing viewers as long-term impacts of traumatic brain injury become more well known? Viewers are certainly thinking about it more.. @ChrisNowinski1 https://t.co/TVdLS5Pkoa https://t.co/Z3fzJnnyME


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 13 - 11:20am
Risks & realities of contact sports: Most say Hamlin injury an ‘unfortunate part of the game’, won’t affect their viewership https://t.co/NHGvjFWxL9 https://t.co/2qObK8K8GN


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 13 - 10:20am
The realities of traumatic brain injury in sports are weighing on Canadian football fans: https://t.co/NHGvjFWxL9 https://t.co/3irjIOrmF9


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 13 - 9:00am
New today: How Canadians responded to Damar Hamlin's scary injury on Monday Night Football: https://t.co/NHGvjFWxL9 https://t.co/Z7834ym3Ip


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 4:50pm
Support for expanding nuclear energy is considerable in most of the country: https://t.co/8AEf2Fdgc2 https://t.co/XeVXgcEa7B


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 4:20pm
Support for nuclear power increases six points over an 18-month period. Support for other forms of energy largely unchanged: https://t.co/8AEf2Fdgc2 https://t.co/qjo0sAspAw


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 3:54pm
Support for nuclear power depends partially on a person's distance from the active site. Three-in-five support nuclear power in their province: https://t.co/8AEf2FdO1A https://t.co/A3QBRNVYzB


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 3:01pm
New today: As support for nuclear energy increases, two-in-five say they’d be comfortable with a plant within 50 km https://t.co/8AEf2Fdgc2 https://t.co/iqtQAawLN6


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 12:01pm
There are high levels of support among Canadians for the expansion of solar and wind power generation. There is less support overall for further development of fossil fuel sources. https://t.co/8AEf2Fdgc2 https://t.co/lOHbqahRNI


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 11:01am
Majorities in Ontario and New Brunswick, two provinces where nuclear power plants currently operate, say they are comfortable with a nuclear station in their province. https://t.co/8AEf2Fdgc2 https://t.co/xCNXOVBJlt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 10:00am
Canadian support for nuclear power expansion has grown by six points in the last 18 months. Meanwhile, support for the increase of supply of other sources is stable. https://t.co/8AEf2Fdgc2 https://t.co/g1Qzoi6CTs


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 9:01am
Opposition to expansion of the use of nuclear power in Canada is highest in Quebec, which decommisioned its only nuclear power plant in 2012. https://t.co/8AEf2Fdgc2 https://t.co/EFJFY63wT1


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 11 - 8:00am
As support for nuclear energy increases, two-in-five say they’d be comfortable with a plant within 50 km https://t.co/8AEf2Fdgc2 https://t.co/b11c4Oz1od


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 10 - 5:56pm
Des études de qualité et détaillées, sans frais : depuis 2014, plus de trois millions de Canadiens consultent les données partagées par ARI. https://t.co/lSMk4PAvEM https://t.co/9Fna7EPd7O


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 10 - 5:44pm
Some information and a thank you from @AngusReid. Quality & comprehensive polling, no fees: Since 2014, more than three million Canadians have accessed ARI https://t.co/BJAU2zInov https://t.co/4y5IpC539d


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 10 - 1:40pm
RT @ferland_ben: In collaboration with @angusreidorg and my colleague Daniel Stockemer @KasChair, we are launching the UO Summer School in Survey Research next May! The program is tailored for professionals and grad students! Book your place now! @AngusReid @ShachiKurl https://t.co/Nk4MSF5fq3 https://t.co/WXSJx1FH0P


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 30 - 2:43pm
A look at five stories that defined the year in public opinion. Inflation, health care, the ‘Freedom Convoy’ and more: https://t.co/kiN9mNp3U0 https://t.co/eyhm6uFrrC


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 27 - 2:45pm
Gun control, National Unity and more: ARI Top Stories of 2022 – 6 through 10 https://t.co/OC6zvT59ZO https://t.co/3TeiGtiaNh


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 3:01pm
New today: Unmasked but not Unwilling? More than half would bring back mask mandates, including many who rarely wear one https://t.co/jGJlvycxXH https://t.co/a6iFwP8DaM


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 12:00pm
Canadians' support for masking mandates is much lower now than earlier in the pandemic. https://t.co/jGJlvycxXH https://t.co/9c63sx47Js


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 11:01am
Canadian women over 54 – the age group most likely to be masking – are also the most likely to say mask mandates should return to their province at 72 per cent. https://t.co/jGJlvycxXH https://t.co/yenk8VoHjy


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 10:00am
Canadian men, and especially those under 55, are the most likely demographic to say they are never masking. https://t.co/jGJlvycxXH https://t.co/po5y57OjLW


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 9:00am
Canadian men are more likely than women to say they aren't thinking about COVID-19 much anymore. https://t.co/jGJlvycxXH https://t.co/31FU9Yt1NY


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 22 - 8:00am
Unmasked but not Unwilling? More than half would bring back mask mandates, including many who rarely wear one https://t.co/jGJlvycxXH https://t.co/aSGv2MtcgE


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 3:01pm
New today: The Sacred Texts: Canadian perspectives on the Bible, Qu’ran, Torah, and their place in modern society https://t.co/qGnewd7oVt https://t.co/hK7AvE9RCW


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 2:00pm
Canadians who were raised Christian or identify as Christian were asked to appraise the Bible with a modern lens. One-quarter disagree the Bible contains sexist messages. Others agree that it is sexist to varying levels. https://t.co/qGnewd7oVt https://t.co/gj3ogJrNRf


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 1:01pm
The sacred texts mean many things to many people, and for the engaged, there are myriad reasons they return to the Bible, Torah or Qu'ran. "To be closer to God" and "for comfort" rank highly for engaged Christians and Muslims. https://t.co/qGnewd7oVt https://t.co/bIn8MAw7s0


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 12:01pm
For this study, ARI and @cardusca defined engaged as having interacted with a sacred text within the past five years. This measure of engagement varied across religions. https://t.co/qGnewd7oVt https://t.co/SLPU9dZ3xH


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 11:01am
There is a widespread belief in Canada that the major world religions teach the same things in their scriptures. https://t.co/qGnewd7oVt https://t.co/dkUQkDJs8C


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 10:00am
Three-in-five Canadians say they have engaged with a sacred text during their adult lives. Those who identify as Christian, Muslim or Jewish are more likely to have recently engaged with their respective sacred text. https://t.co/qGnewd7oVt https://t.co/Nq0A2GAfWS


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 9:00am
More than half of Canadians (54%) have a Bible in the home. Other sacred texts are less prevalent. https://t.co/qGnewd7oVt https://t.co/cZVGWdIYGA


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 21 - 8:00am
The Sacred Texts: Canadian perspectives on the Bible, Qu’ran, Torah, and their place in modern society https://t.co/qGnewd7oVt https://t.co/PB3hDghHRf


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 19 - 3:01pm
New today: Federal leadership: Trudeau enjoys end of year approval bump; Poilievre remains deeply unpopular with women https://t.co/NjgOTTXeuP https://t.co/5zmH4vXjoE


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 19 - 1:01pm
Approval for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has improved from a mid-year lull. Still, more than half of Canadians disapprove of Trudeau. https://t.co/NjgOTTXeuP https://t.co/xvJLEDGLw3


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 19 - 11:02am
Three-in-five Canadians believe the rising cost of living is a top issue facing the country. Half say health care. Both issues significantly outpace other concerns. https://t.co/NjgOTTXeuP https://t.co/qPJpzqCly4


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 19 - 10:01am
Men are more likely than women to view Pierre Poilievre favourably. https://t.co/NjgOTTXeuP https://t.co/FUrxenH4yu


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 19 - 9:01am
After three months as the leader of the Conservative Party, Pierre Poilievre is viewed much more negatively than his predecessors at similar points in their tenure. https://t.co/NjgOTTXeuP https://t.co/MIncT06WSc


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 19 - 8:00am
Federal leadership: Trudeau enjoys end of year approval bump; Poilievre remains deeply unpopular with women https://t.co/NjgOTTXeuP https://t.co/iQPiqI7NTu


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 15 - 3:01pm
New today: Ontario Spotlight: Ford government frozen out over key issues of inflation, health care, education https://t.co/iOH5qSqpzn https://t.co/Uui0uhTXLp


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 15 - 12:01pm
Parents with school-aged children are as likely to blame Doug Ford, Stephen Lecce and the union representing education support workers for the recent dispute. https://t.co/iOH5qSqpzn https://t.co/o1Z0qA8pXm


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 15 - 11:01am
A solid majority of Ontarians believe the government has performed poorly on education. However, those with kids in school are more likely to offer praise than those without. https://t.co/iOH5qSqpzn https://t.co/f6Y4i6GDvm


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 15 - 10:01am
Six months after the election, Ontarians are more dissatisfied than not with the performance of Doug Ford's government. https://t.co/iOH5qSqpzn https://t.co/xY1jrn2xst


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 15 - 9:00am
Ontarian women are more concerned than men about health care, while those over the age of 54 are more likely to believe health care to be a top issue than younger Ontarians. https://t.co/iOH5qSqpzn https://t.co/R3Vy3K95S6


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 15 - 8:00am
Ontario Spotlight: Ford government frozen out over key issues of inflation, health care, education https://t.co/iOH5qSqpzn https://t.co/u0ZChpmjTm


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 4:00pm
New today: Supply chain crunch provides new perspective for Canadians on marine shipping. This study is done in partnership with @ClearSeasOrg https://t.co/n4yvVEkXel https://t.co/jRxrcqLacK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 3:01pm
Three-quarters of Canadians believe it should be the responsibility of shipping companies to pay for emergency towing services. Few believe it should be a government service paid for by taxpayers. https://t.co/n4yvVE3mmN https://t.co/5EGqpjDKme


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 2:01pm
Canadians are overwhelmingly supportive of the pillars of the federal government's Oceans Protection Plan. https://t.co/n4yvVE3mmN https://t.co/F3q8jgiKnn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 1:01pm
The Canadian Coast Guard receives high praise from Canadians for contributing towards safe shipping in Canadian waters. There is less positivity towards federal and provincial governments and other federal departments which manage the shipping industry. https://t.co/n4yvVE3mmN https://t.co/BSC9KqeKPq


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 12:01pm
In the midst of a cost of living crisis, two-in-five Canadians say they would not pay extra on items shipped from overseas to reduce or offset emissions. One-in-five would pay less than 1% extra. https://t.co/n4yvVE3mmN https://t.co/Wg1gbAc2s7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 11:02am
Canadians' top worries when it comes to the marine shipping industry are related to water pollution. Potential spills from oil tankers top the list, followed by ships dumping waste or the potential spillage of ship fuel. https://t.co/n4yvVE3mmN https://t.co/UNkpimBHTx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 10:01am
Nearly all Canadians believe shipping is done safely in the waters surrounding the country. This has been a steady belief since ARI and @ClearSeasOrg first asked on this subject in 2016. https://t.co/n4yvVE3mmN https://t.co/aln9dZlVdU


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 9:01am
Canadians' recognition of the number of goods that arrive by ship is growing following two years of supply chain strife. https://t.co/n4yvVE3mmN https://t.co/TPqoLQomjC


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 13 - 8:01am
Supply chain crunch provides new perspective for Canadians on marine shipping. This study is done in partnership with @ClearSeasOrg https://t.co/n4yvVE3mmN https://t.co/iC7B1d5d1m


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 12 - 3:47pm
Is the UCP governing well in Alberta? It depends who you ask. Would-be UCP voters (48%) are largely positive while would-be NDP voters (44%) are almost unanimously negative: https://t.co/chlGiteAPr https://t.co/wGBLURb2N5


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 12 - 12:00pm
With Eby at the helm, BCNDP open up 15 point vote intention advantage over BC Liberals - soon to be BC United: https://t.co/oyJRZUfhM0 https://t.co/AN1zjn5pY0


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 12 - 11:38am
Performance approval: Comparing where John Horgan started and David Eby begins as Premier of BC: https://t.co/qJlSOq9iGm https://t.co/QjJy7ztcrN


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 12 - 11:00am
British Columbians largely enthusiastic about new housing policies implemented by Eby NDP government: https://t.co/oyJRZTXGUs https://t.co/NRiZaUZoNk


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 12 - 10:00am
BC Spotlight: Eby’s housing salvo met with enthusiasm, but NDP remains heavily criticized on affordability, health care https://t.co/oyJRZTXGUs https://t.co/0Oq4R1f4zU


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 8 - 3:01pm
New today: Wilted Rose: Third party support evaporates leaving NDP, UCP statistically tied in vote intent with divergent supporter priorities https://t.co/chlGite2ZT https://t.co/3mi4TQ5frJ


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