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Angus Reid Institute
20 minutes ago:   Friday Nov 15 - 7:45am
Outlook 2020: Stark regional differences underscore Canadians’ economic confidence for the year ahead https://t.co/ghYBcJ8KUF https://t.co/1vCrvNHgHX


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 4:30pm
Canadian views of immigration targets by party support: https://t.co/oOqCogj0P8 https://t.co/hB2e9MfD7U


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Saturday Nov 9 - 12:47pm
Venerating our Veterans: Four-in-five say Canada should do more to honour those who served in Armed Forces https://t.co/AUuSgsZCMG #LestWeForget #RemembranceDay https://t.co/pds6TbSDK8


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 6:36pm
Venerating our Veterans: Four-in-five say Canada should do more to honour those who served in Armed Forces #LestWeForget #RemembranceDay https://t.co/AUuSgsZCMG https://t.co/xOvduA48nd


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 12:09pm
RT @angusreidorg: Venerating our Veterans: Four-in-five say Canada should do more to honour those who served in Armed Forces https://t.co/Dll19U0xaQ https://t.co/Z7EtHfzAHA


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 11:15am
Asked if they can foresee an international conflict that would compel them to volunteer for military service, 29 per cent of Canadians, and 49 per cent of men between the ages of 18 and 34, say that they can. https://t.co/Dll19U0xaQ https://t.co/HAxLBhT5oL


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 10:15am
How many Canadians have talked to Armed Forces members about their experiences? We asked: https://t.co/Dll19U0xaQ #RemembranceDay https://t.co/jLTVfiXUXt


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 9:30am
Will you be attending a service for Remembrance Day on Monday? One-in-four Canadians say they plan to: https://t.co/Dll19U0xaQ https://t.co/bywfvNHnCi


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:45am
Seven-in-ten Canadians say they never had a conversation with a veteran of the First World War: https://t.co/Dll19U0xaQ https://t.co/6YRmKwLd73


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:15am
Venerating our Veterans: Four-in-five say Canada should do more to honour those who served in Armed Forces https://t.co/Dll19U0xaQ https://t.co/Z7EtHfzAHA


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 7 - 12:33pm
Our latest this week is a look at some post election assessments of both party leaders and the future of this minority government: https://t.co/yil0V60LU8

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 10:05pm
RT @PnPCBC: “In contrast to the other two leaders you do see that with his own base @AndrewScheer has a significant problem,” said @ShachiKurl discussing a new poll from @angusreidorg that asked party supporters whether their leaders should stay or go #cdnpoli https://t.co/EzRCbUklrZ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 7:38pm
RT @angusreidorg: Leadership litmus test: Conservative voters evenly divided over whether Scheer should stay or go https://t.co/RpYUPF4Mwx https://t.co/S4dL2NNMyF


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 1:07pm
RT @ShachiKurl: New from us this morning https://t.co/UwfIyENjgk

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 11:15am
Leadership litmus test: Conservative voters evenly divided over whether Scheer should stay or go https://t.co/RpYUPENbEZ https://t.co/QfV2pDvYZ7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 10:30am
Canadians divided about minority government result, more than half expect election within two years https://t.co/RpYUPENbEZ https://t.co/I5VStVZlhK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 10:00am
Should Andrew Scheer stay or go as CPC leader? His 2019 voters weigh in: https://t.co/RpYUPENbEZ https://t.co/CQq3DV7F8O


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 9:30am
Canadians are divided over the election result. Four-in-ten say they're pleased, four-in-ten say they're upset: https://t.co/RpYUPENbEZ https://t.co/Hz3zlNOMES


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 9:00am
Andrew Scheer has more support among Conservatives in the western provinces, but a significant number of his 2019 voters everywhere say he should step down as leader: https://t.co/RpYUPENbEZ https://t.co/TCRm7ndvPq


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 8:30am
Canadians divided about minority government result, more than half expect election within two years https://t.co/RpYUPENbEZ https://t.co/wftCppelfh


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 7:30am
Leadership litmus test: Conservative voters evenly divided over whether Scheer should stay or go https://t.co/RpYUPF4Mwx https://t.co/S4dL2NNMyF


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 3:06pm
Immigration: Half back current targets, but colossal misperceptions, pushback over refugees, cloud debate https://t.co/oOqCogj0P8 https://t.co/IL89x2mWOH


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Nov 1 - 3:57pm
As Trump calls for prescription drug imports from Canada, most north of the 49th call that bad medicine https://t.co/FSIJqeRWqT https://t.co/dCOHCWDNBI


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 1:48pm
RT @ontarioMarc: @angusreidorg 30 or more for adults with the joy!

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 1:48pm
Here's when Canadians say kids should stop trick or treating versus when they, themselves stopped. 12 to 14 appears to be decision making time for most: https://t.co/TxzDBUg4Rv https://t.co/3Wre3SkfY3


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 1:43pm
How old is too old to trick or treat? Half of those 55 and over say 12 or younger. Four-in-ten under 35 say 15 and up is still OK! https://t.co/TxzDBUg4Rv https://t.co/l09wtEzHhp


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 1:32pm
Room to cooperate on Pharmacare? Four-in-five support move toward universal prescription drug coverage: https://t.co/FSIJqeAlzl #cdnpoli https://t.co/4rTmQeNVeQ


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 11:45am
Four-in-ten Canadians say they, or someone in their household, have had shortage-related issues filling prescriptions https://t.co/Nq8Gan3Zda https://t.co/VTw59gNrTQ


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 11:15am
New today: As Trump calls for prescription drug imports from Canada, most north of the 49th call that bad medicine https://t.co/Nq8Gan3Zda https://t.co/eUWEyOrMo3


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 10:45am
Four-in-five Canadians are supportive of a move toward universal pharmacare. Lower-income Canadians most enthusiastic: https://t.co/Nq8Gan3Zda https://t.co/t8vXNm2VL4


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 10:15am
Most Canadians say Canada's focus should be on its own supply of prescription drugs and not on worrying about helping Americans deal with high prices in the their country: https://t.co/Nq8Gan3Zda https://t.co/Lnq2eVQeN3


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 9:45am
Two-thirds of Canadians are worried that if the U.S. is able to import more bulk Canadian prescription drugs, the availability and cost of drugs in Canada will be negatively impacted: https://t.co/Nq8Gan3Zda https://t.co/ySfLISQgXs


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 9:15am
Three-in-ten Canadians say they have had shortage-related issues filling their prescriptions (sent elsewhere, unable to fill etc). Among them, half say it has happened at least a handful of times: https://t.co/Nq8Gan3Zda https://t.co/37qugct7Ls


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 8:30am
While Trump is pushing to import more drugs from Canada, many Canadian households have had issues filling their own prescriptions: https://t.co/Nq8Gan3Zda https://t.co/OvcSOCWod5


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 31 - 7:45am
New today: As Trump calls for prescription drug imports from Canada, most north of the 49th call that bad medicine https://t.co/Nq8Gan3Zda https://t.co/lzculoQpvN


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 30 - 1:08pm
@LizaVespi @AngusReid There actually was a followup for those people who said it depends. Here are their responses https://t.co/gCvWqfZ3SV https://t.co/Aj8uElUfCz


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 30 - 1:06pm
Uncertainty arises when discussions come up about the science of gender identity. Women are more likely to say someone is born Trans than men but a considerable number of Canadians say they don't know enough: https://t.co/gCvWqfZ3SV https://t.co/hZjjaF2oSo


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 30 - 1:04pm
Notable that nearly all Canadians feel society is moving toward a more fluid concept of gender - one-quarter say this is a bad thing, two-thirds say it's a good thing https://t.co/gCvWqfZ3SV https://t.co/IjuDeyuYPw


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 30 - 1:03pm
But many who do not have a personal connection to the issue feel that it receives too much attention: https://t.co/gCvWqfZ3SV https://t.co/TuvQ3GTKY1


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 30 - 1:01pm
Most agree that trans people face discrimination, and should be protected under law: https://t.co/gCvWqfZ3SV https://t.co/t4y5rVqfRw


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 30 - 12:58pm
Canadian views of transgender people are nuanced, largely positive, but quite uncertain. Read our full, wide ranging study here: https://t.co/gCvWqfZ3SV https://t.co/IMXotNAux5


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 12:47pm
RT @angusreidorg: Half of soft voters say they went with their final choice because they liked the party, while half say they just disliked the other options more: https://t.co/SwBSKeGLUF https://t.co/rr0GWzbPNd


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 12:47pm
Today, inside the decision making processes of soft voters. These are Canadians who were not fully committed to a party earlier in the campaign. We went back to them to find out how they made their decisions: https://t.co/Dnm0xDyXWu #cdnpoli #elxn43 https://t.co/mLiGn9z66t


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 12:44pm
RT @SKMooreNS: According to a new study from the @angusreidorg, among those who voted strategically, most chose the party of Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau. https://t.co/4T4RHKiHtY #cdnpoli https://t.co/sPfCqFJpdP


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 11:15am
Why and when did uncommitted voters lock in? Study shows Liberals benefitted most from strategic voting https://t.co/SwBSKeGLUF https://t.co/W3EFa1vWkR


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 10:30am
Half of soft voters say they went with their final choice because they liked the party, while half say they just disliked the other options more: https://t.co/SwBSKeGLUF https://t.co/rr0GWzbPNd


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 10:05am
We asked soft voters what motivated their final choice in the campaign, those who supported the Liberals were considerably more likely to say it was a strategic choice: https://t.co/SwBSKeGLUF https://t.co/72vkjO6nVN


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 9:35am
About one-quarter (23%) of 'soft voters' say they ultimately switched from their first choice by the end of the campaign, half (56%) stayed with their leaning party until the end: https://t.co/SwBSKeGLUF https://t.co/YMh5B2xpfX


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 9:05am
We went back to almost 1,600 soft voters, those who said they were not committed to any party earlier in the campaign, to ask them when they decided on their vote and why: https://t.co/SwBSKeGLUF https://t.co/EDmkQvXSA2


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 25 - 8:05am
Why and when did uncommitted voters lock in? Study shows Liberals benefitted most from strategic voting https://t.co/SwBSKeGLUF https://t.co/Gzs8vhucaI


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 23 - 10:01am
A look at how federal party supporters felt about #ElectoralReform when we asked. A comprehensive look at the issue here: https://t.co/NGSDyXIYQS #elxn43 https://t.co/97mO80pkYB


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:21pm
@relliotmeyer Unfortunately, the Institute began in late 2014/early 2015 and we do not have tracking for that period, just some comparisons to previous Angus Reid data from 1991. Might be able to find some data at https://t.co/z8pS7xKWMY archive.

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:20pm
We'll see what this all means, and how the Liberal minority handles its relationship with a divided West. More on issues/areas of agreement from our recent release here about party platforms. https://t.co/Qtv9M8qwac https://t.co/qVAWtGynwt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:18pm
Meanwhile, residents across the country are most likely to say that A. Alberta gives more than it gets as a part of federation and B. Quebec gets more than it gives. https://t.co/NQqO1XsJao https://t.co/71WbGgIagQ


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:17pm
Looking at this another way, BC/AB/SK/MB all feel quite a bit of negativity coming from Ontario and Quebec. https://t.co/NQqO1XsJao https://t.co/Uv981y1fNd


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:15pm
BC residents are most likely to say their province has a close relationship with... no one... AB/SK/MB feel kinship with each other and not many other provinces. https://t.co/NQqO1XsJao https://t.co/pkrkznetbV


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:13pm
The fracture in the country is not just east/west, it's neighbour to neighbour. Consider the answers to this question from 1991 to 2019. Albertans are now far less likely to say they have most in common with British Columbians. SK/AB bond is strong. https://t.co/ku86vu5ZBC https://t.co/WrnQpfFRKg


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:08pm
One thing that unites the West is the feeling that their province does not get a fair shake in Ottawa. One of the biggest challenges for the federal government going forward: https://t.co/ku86vu5ZBC https://t.co/nt3GN1U7dy


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:07pm
That doesn't mean the region is unified, however. Most BC residents feel more kinship with Washington and California than they do with Alberta https://t.co/ku86vu5ZBC https://t.co/5sovaSHnAT


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:05pm
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Alberta and Saskatchewan are most likely to say that the West is a unique region of Canada https://t.co/ku86vu5ZBC https://t.co/pKTMDPE7a5


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:05pm
Some fascinating elements. First, the West considers itself unique, while the Eastern provinces are less likely to agree: https://t.co/ku86vu5ZBC https://t.co/vFlT8gYZUe


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 4:03pm
While many are discussing the future of the West in Canada, here's a reminder that we did a massive study on the New West including more than 4,000 Canadians early in 2019: https://t.co/U5lAZoXuS5 https://t.co/r9rQ2NlIa1


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 1:22pm
With such a soft centre-left vote, it was important to note the Liberal vote scenarios heading into Monday. It appears the LPC pulled some undecided voters in their favour in the final days: https://t.co/Qtv9M8qwac #elxn43 https://t.co/FqVCAO2sm0


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 1:18pm
RT @angusreidorg: We asked about the prospect of a minority government last week, here's what Canadians said: https://t.co/Qtv9M88ViE https://t.co/QQUAIZzrBa


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 11:20am
Our release today on #elxn43 resultss: - What happened? - Vote efficiency favoured Liberals - Was Ford a factor? - How will Canadians feel about minority? - Shared priorities to watch - Pipelines will likely continue to divide https://t.co/Qtv9M88ViE https://t.co/0QLsDJk9jh


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 10:20am
We asked about the prospect of a minority government last week, here's what Canadians said: https://t.co/Qtv9M88ViE https://t.co/QQUAIZzrBa


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 9:20am
The Liberals garnered 33 per cent of the vote, but efficiency in Ontario drove them to a minority, and will have many people talking about electoral reform in the coming days: https://t.co/Qtv9M88ViE #elxn43 https://t.co/qzkbYmMDnO


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 8:20am
Election 2019: Liberal wins most seats in Parliament, but Conservatives win national popular vote https://t.co/Qtv9M88ViE https://t.co/RUzeoBDG9Z


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 22 - 2:49am
For the late night #elxn43 crowd... Election 2019: Liberal wins most seats in Parliament, but Conservatives win national popular vote https://t.co/Qtv9M88ViE https://t.co/kXXL19N22X


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 21 - 10:15pm
RT @CBCAlerts: BREAKING: CBC is projecting a Liberal government. Whether it will be a minority or majority government remains to be seen.

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 21 - 2:45pm
Anyone else feel like this today? (@EricGrenierCBC) #elxn43 #CanadaVotes https://t.co/twqS0ZN3DM


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 21 - 1:41pm
Happy #CanadaElection2019 Canada. Thread! #elxn43 #CanadaVotes https://t.co/NmXSE8nK7l

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 20 - 1:26pm
Ultimately, turnout is going to play a huge factor. NDP and Liberals are much more reliant on younger voters. Will the orange momentum translate to votes? Will "shy Liberals" propel the LPC back into power? Will solid CPC base be efficient enough? https://t.co/MHH4gIlu4s #elxn43 https://t.co/DUmJumQFFi


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 20 - 1:19pm
The problem for the NDP, as we saw throughout the campaign, is a very soft support base. The CPC can count on their voters turning up - not so much the case for everyone else, who are left biting their nails heading into Monday https://t.co/MHH4gIlu4s #elxn43 https://t.co/HfXZS7oX0K


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 20 - 1:18pm
Bad signs? Their leader is very unpopular. The same goes for Scheer, while Jagmeet Singh appears to have "won" the campaign from an individual perspective. https://t.co/MHH4gIlu4s #elxn43 #UpRiSingh https://t.co/wVOlpIvwJ1


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 20 - 1:16pm
One of the best signs for the LPC heading into Monday.. deficits do not appear to be a huge concern for their potential voters. We saw this in 2015 as well. https://t.co/4n73MJrgFl #elxn43 https://t.co/ICOdtmvNT9


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 20 - 1:14pm
And what about pipelines? Arguably Canada's most challenging federal issue will continue to be a challenge. Look at the division between voters.. https://t.co/4n73MJrgFl #elxn43 https://t.co/9sktiHfgfg


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 20 - 1:12pm
The outcome of the election will decide what happens with the federal carbon tax. For the centre-left, they're on board/want it expanded. For the CPC, they would like to see it canceled. https://t.co/4n73MJrgFl #elxn43 https://t.co/Rv6TZIVQLc


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 20 - 1:10pm
Some defining elements of the campaign. First, most said issues were what mattered to them most, and the most important issue for voters was climate change. As is often the case, a disparity in opinion between the CPC vs the centre-left vote on that. https://t.co/4n73MJrgFl https://t.co/vY14JhTtXx


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Oct 20 - 1:08pm
Thanks to everyone who followed along with our #elxn43 polling program. We conducted 13 studies over five weeks - we were busy. Have a final look at our data here https://t.co/OKoqICiohV https://t.co/Fyq8CymAEn


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 5:57pm
Policy preferences: Pharmacare a winner, majority prefer continued deficit spending rather than cuts https://t.co/4n73MJrgFl https://t.co/IgLKWLUI3X


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 1:47pm
Most, however, do not want these efforts to include a carbon tax https://t.co/ZhddzH4KQi #GretaInAlberta #climatestrikecanada https://t.co/KrHvor6n2V


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 1:40pm
In fact, close to two-thirds of Alberta residents (64%) say Canada should continue trying to reach the Paris emission targets or even increase those efforts: https://t.co/ZhddzH4KQi #GretaInAlberta #climatestrikecanada https://t.co/FwdYIaqN61


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 1:35pm
That's not so say residents want to ignore climate change. It ranks as the #2 issue in the province, but you'll note, it's surrounded almost entirely by economic concerns https://t.co/ZhddzH4KQi #GretaInAlberta #climatestrikecanada https://t.co/xSY9MzzJdm


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 1:26pm
In Alberta, a majority, but a much lower percentage of residents, say that climate change is a real threat https://t.co/ZhddzH4KQi #GretaInAlberta #climatestrikecanada https://t.co/uvvpg7wIVC


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 1:21pm
With #GretaInAlberta today, we look at Alberta's views of climate change compared to the rest of Canada. Full #elxn43 release here: https://t.co/ZhddzH4KQi #climatestrikecanada https://t.co/hbMcyCzJpf


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 1:13pm
Final #elxn43 weekend ahead. If you're interested in all of the work we've done including, platforms, immigration, climate change, pipelines, and movement of parties/leaders, visit our election headquarters here: https://t.co/OKoqICiohV https://t.co/35cywZvaT4


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 12:37pm
@worldlybong We've done some comprehensive work on pharmacare (https://t.co/9xjQgadp3e). This project was not developed around that level of detail, we simply wanted to see which "promises" resonate most as parties have rolled them out in the campaign.

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 11:40am
Policy preferences: Pharmacare a winner, majority prefer continued deficit spending rather than cuts https://t.co/xAmImnuFRY https://t.co/yZLYhzyJEh


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 11:15am
Just over half of Canadians say they agree that Canada should cut foreign aid spending: https://t.co/xAmImnuFRY https://t.co/llWd6GrFaM


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 10:45am
Two-thirds of Canadians would like the next government to continue allowing safe-injection sites to operate: https://t.co/xAmImnuFRY https://t.co/9WYaeRbTnk


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 10:20am
The Liberal plan on pharmacare is preferred by Canadians, and even a considerable number of Conservative voters: https://t.co/xAmImnuFRY https://t.co/DRCMHYQhAH


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 10:01am
We asked Canadians about some key tax policy proposals, and which they find most appealing: https://t.co/xAmImnuFRY https://t.co/F8M6oTa0Ar


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 9:30am
Canadians are divided about what the next government should do with the federal carbon tax: https://t.co/xAmImnuFRY https://t.co/2WyPYqtKcr


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 9:05am
A majority of Canadians say they prefer continued deficit spending rather than a focus on a balanced budget: https://t.co/xAmImnuFRY https://t.co/Ltlrnc7MfC


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 18 - 8:05am
Policy preferences: Pharmacare a winner, majority prefer continued deficit spending rather than cuts https://t.co/xAmImnuFRY https://t.co/R6kpGnpHwi


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 16 - 4:49pm
RT @CBCFletch: As far as public policy drives elections (and I recognize it's far from the only driver), this recent @angusreidorg poll sums up #elxn43. The "top issue" — by a wide margin — for a majority of LPC, NDP & GRN supporters is climate change, which barely registers for CPC supporters: https://t.co/FcX1HgmBTg


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 16 - 4:49pm
RT @davidakin: Two solitudes: Per @angusreidorg , top 3 issues for those #CPC decided+leaning: 1. Taxes 2. Federal deficit 3. Transparency & honesty in govt TOp 3 issues for #LPC/#NDP/#GPC decided+leaning 1. Climate change 2. Health care 3. Affordable housing #elx43

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 16 - 12:27pm
Our federal vote intention tracker is updated with less than a week to go! https://t.co/0oSR5JSyYK https://t.co/TmyRISonMV


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Oct 15 - 6:36pm
@marktmaclean QC only Mark.