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Angus Reid Institute
21 hours ago:   Sunday Jan 20 - 12:19am
RT @ShachiKurl: To what extent should gender play a role in the composition of the federal cabinet? My latest for @OttawaCitizen: https://t.co/HR4tScfZ95

Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Saturday Jan 19 - 3:30pm
27% of Cdns say a gender balanced Cabinet should be the standard for future governments, and another 45% say it should be a goal #womenswave: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/kgKvKIJAPp


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Saturday Jan 19 - 1:30pm
90% of Cdns agree that women are right to come forward and tell there stories of sexual assault or harassment, even if they happened in the past #womenswave: https://t.co/THHEqA79xC https://t.co/r1n3fdkCLv


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 5:00pm
Should diversity be a standard in the federal cabinet? Canadian opinions differ by gender, political affiliation: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/QHLf1KxUmO


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 4:31pm
@sarmcbride From late November: https://t.co/r41yNyKsJa https://t.co/ui3Pnj980h


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 4:30pm
A consideration in an election year.. should cabinet be gender balanced? 57% of CPC supporters say gender should not be a consideration. LPC and NDP supporters more likely to say it should be either a standard or a goal: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/7JHnboPwJC


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 4:07pm
Canadians twice as likely to say gender balance in cabinet has been positive versus negative - led largely by women, opposed largely by past CPC supporters https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/h3eGEW5GX5


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 1:40pm
RT @Spencerpress: It may be stumbling in other areas, but Team Trudeau still owns the gender file - at least as far as cabinet is concerned. Here's @ShachiKurl 's take: https://t.co/h6BYJicd2a #cdnpoli @angusreidorg https://t.co/Is1u5JqUyR


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 11:30am
45% of Cdns say diversity in the federal Cabinet should be a goal, but not a top priority: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/Y0xrawPzz5


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 10:30am
45% of Cdns say Trudeau's gender balanced Cabinet has had a positive impact: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/y5dtk9hUEP


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 9:30am
Past CPC voters are far more likely than supporters of other parties to say that gender balance should be given no consideration at all in federal Cabinet: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/jVuklx3thc


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 8:30am
1/4 Cdns say a gender balanced Cabinet should be the standard, and another 45% say it should be a goal, but not a top priority: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/JTsqwhmqMh


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 7:30am
Cabinet construct: Canadians lean towards gender parity among first ministers as a goal, not the standard: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/a5d83sZfRH


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 3:08pm
Younger Canadians are more concerned about climate change (https://t.co/r41yNyKsJa) and less supportive of pipeline construction (https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg) https://t.co/oDZSdBSHSC


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 3:06pm
@switzerrenee1 @ShachiKurl @AKimCampbell Three-quarters also say climate change is a serious threat.. difficult and competing priorities for the Canadian public. https://t.co/r41yNyKsJa

Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 3:04pm
@tiger_reviews @DianeMariePosts @CBC Note that the partnership was for our values study, and not any other subsequent studies. This one in particular was self-funded by the Institute. We have tracked carbon tax support, climate change concern, and pipeline considerations the last number of years without partners.

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 7:13pm
@DianneC_BC @AngusReid Thanks Dianne.

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 7:12pm
@DianneC_BC @AngusReid Just like there was no funding when we found majority support for the carbon tax and significant concern for impacts of climate change late in 2018. Canada is a complicated country :)

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 6:31pm
@DianneC_BC @AngusReid No partner or outside funding. Commissioned and paid for by ARI. https://t.co/pWolmwE969

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 4:33pm
Seven-in-ten (69%) say the country will face considerable impact if no new pipeline capacity is built. Canadians are less likely to say an impact will be felt at the provincial level (58%) or within their own households (35%) https://t.co/4bW0i05TsO https://t.co/D4mZGm7fkh


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 2:44pm
RT @angusreidorg: Part One of our new Four Part Series - The New West - is out today. We start with a look at the current tensions over pipelines and energy policy: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/p5gpLHkV7G


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 2:30pm
Eminence of oil and gas in Canadian economy is evident based on seven industry comparison: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/ZsvzGF7QG6


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 1:15pm
Younger Canadians are less convinced that the lack of pipeline capacity is a crisis, less supportive of more construction: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/iF9LAptDnR


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 12:31pm
37% of Cdns say local opposition to pipelines should carry some of the weight or a lot of the weight in debates: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/EHrbry9X2N


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 12:27pm
Pipeline story does not exist in a vacuum. Underscores difficult position governments are in. Six-in-ten say no new pipeline capacity is a huge problem, three-quarters also very concerned about climate change. Environment/economy trade-off tension. https://t.co/r41yNyKsJa https://t.co/uQSvageqxR


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 11:30am
53% of Cdns say they support both the TransMountain and Energy East pipelines: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/rq6P8IpWj7


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 11:14am
RT @AngusReid: This is the first of a four part series examining West Canada through the eyes of its citizens and those who live in the rest of the country. Big project - more to come. The biggest opponents of pipelines aren’t in B.C. but in Quebec. https://t.co/sh2P4tuEAV

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 10:30am
Most Western Canadians feel they do not have enough political power in Canada - one-in-four Quebec residents say they have too much: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/n5XQBVxK0X


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 10:05am
Part One of our new Four Part Series - The New West - is out today. We start with a look at the current tensions over pipelines and energy policy: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/p5gpLHkV7G


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 9:30am
87% of Albertans say the lack of new oil pipeline capacity is a crisis, BC residents are divided: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/BWOHrD5vII


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 8:30am
Half say Trudeau government has been doing “too little” to build new pipeline capacity: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/z79POSObhU


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 8:00am
Is the lack of new pipeline capacity a crisis? 58% of Canadians now say yes, while 42% say no: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/8NooXl2t6X


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 16 - 7:30am
Part One of our new Four Part Series - The New West - is out today. We start with a look at the current tensions over pipelines and energy policy: https://t.co/4bW0hZOiBg https://t.co/TIhfscMLVQ


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Monday Jan 14 - 1:19pm
As the Trudeau government shuffles cabinet, a look at our recent report - Federal Cabinet Ratings: A happy new year for Freeland; Hussen, Sohi face cold winter https://t.co/ofx28jEuUO https://t.co/5OkSUayYvG


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Sunday Jan 13 - 11:18pm
RT @EricGrenierCBC: What the poll numbers say about Trudeau's choices as he shuffles his cabinet | CBC News https://t.co/pkHcTf0Paw

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jan 11 - 2:34pm
RT @ShachiKurl: Happy Friday! Miss At Issue with @RosieBarton @acoyne @andraydomise & me? Never fear, the link is here: https://t.co/ZDRmkOMBCg #cdnpoli https://t.co/Wq8WPQXsjp


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 4:20pm
Do Canadians support Indigenous Canadians strengthening their own traditions, even if it means a greater disconnect with the rest of Canada? https://t.co/h8QAEH9OaR https://t.co/XflO5FtwxO


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 3:40pm
Truths of reconciliation: Canadians are deeply divided on how best to address Indigenous issues https://t.co/h8QAEH9OaR https://t.co/bTQ60Jbafx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 3:15pm
Past Conservative voters significantly more likely to say climate change is a theory not yet proven https://t.co/r41yNyKsJa https://t.co/MoSAIkjrTI


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 10 - 2:41pm
Crossing the Floor: Canadians weigh in on elected members who quit their parties between elections https://t.co/ffv5yrkSDa https://t.co/8XvLcpI3wU


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 8 - 5:48pm
A look at how 2015 Liberal supporters and non-Liberals feel about the federal cabinet: https://t.co/ofx28jEuUO https://t.co/ujpPcTKQ0J


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 8 - 5:46pm
RT @thewirereport: Most Canadians support ‘right to be forgotten,’ @angusreidorg poll says 🔒: https://t.co/mCSfiBMQt1

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 7 - 10:00pm
More than half of Canadians would support Canada introducing a "right to be forgotten" law: https://t.co/ikoU1xsCyO https://t.co/gf0g525Erz


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 7 - 7:37pm
RT @emcsheff: A very interesting question in this era of #cybersecurity and #accountability. https://t.co/rBVWOIvR6H

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 7 - 11:30am
Young people are much more likely to know of situations where negative information has followed a friend or family member online: https://t.co/ikoU1xsCyO https://t.co/rTaZZUDRbO


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 7 - 11:11am
@MeganDeLaire Thanks Megan, we are looking into this problem. Appreciate the heads up.

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 7 - 10:01am
Should Canadians have the right to be forgotten? New research today at https://t.co/ikoU1xsCyO https://t.co/rf3H3U8xu9


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 7 - 9:01am
By two-to-one ratio, Canadians support right to petition search engines to remove negative information https://t.co/ikoU1xsCyO https://t.co/llbPF6CTaM


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 7 - 7:55am
Should Canadians have the right to be forgotten? Most would follow Europe on Internet search law https://t.co/ikoU1xsCyO https://t.co/JY1jBMtr7s


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 3 - 7:36pm
Four-in-ten say floor-crossing should be banned & prefer by-elections if members want to change parties https://t.co/ffv5yrkSDa https://t.co/KFN9N63KfO


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 3 - 6:18pm
RT @AngusReid: Dueling realities? Age, political ideology divide Canadians over cause & threat of climate change https://t.co/7gvknnqqde

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 3 - 6:16pm
What does poverty look like in Canada? Survey finds one-in-four experience notable economic hardship https://t.co/7JTHXn4bG6 https://t.co/ImKfaQIyAR


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 2 - 4:04pm
Looking for Infographics? Visit our collection here: https://t.co/0v0brmagH0 https://t.co/2DHoMr8uQj


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 2 - 2:05pm
Heading into an election year, Alberta's Rachel Notley inches up in approval, now eight points up from her lowest point in June 2017: https://t.co/niMD51uFMP #abpoli https://t.co/UYJdGIM0uD


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 2 - 1:55pm
Here's where Canada's provincial leaders stand in approval at the beginning of 2019 with their respective constituents: https://t.co/niMD51uFMP https://t.co/hTUQOWaSyW


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 2 - 12:35pm
As we kick off 2019, Canada's federal party leaders have some work to do. No leader has an approval rating of four-in-ten: https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg #cdnpoli https://t.co/1eU8l0bdUm


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 31 - 3:15pm
#ARItop10: Story 1 – Ford Nation takes Ontario https://t.co/EWDAzONhiR https://t.co/hKyYW9NDZ4


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 31 - 1:10pm
#ARItop10: Story 2 – The TransMountain pipeline saga https://t.co/GNoFi1m2Pp https://t.co/2Nua4dpkyG


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 31 - 11:05am
#ARItop10: Story 3 – The New NAFTA https://t.co/thXq0N7sJm https://t.co/qInV1TJwvw


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 30 - 2:30pm
#ARItop10: Story 4 – Poverty a problem, Canadians want more from government https://t.co/Hs5QdDWpRC https://t.co/84PzR93hXv


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 30 - 12:35pm
#ARItop10: Story 5 – The Opioid Crisis https://t.co/Cz5co6UrSW https://t.co/hQrfrSpjhs


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 30 - 10:35am
#ARItop10: Story 6 – Future of Saudi relations https://t.co/3YenQkHfMO https://t.co/oonueUwfzG


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 7:35pm
#ARItop10: Story 7 – Immigration and Asylum Seekers https://t.co/uVkM3K2Jxw https://t.co/vOZg2gXScb


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 6:04pm
Thank you to everyone who read and shared our work in 2018. We've put together our top 10 stories from the year here: https://t.co/A8JN2A5RLB #cdnpoli https://t.co/a0Y3YQaCFp


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 5:30pm
#ARItop10: Story 8 – Indigenous Issues divide country https://t.co/4uGJJCscHO https://t.co/B1uanPhuH7


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 3:30pm
#ARItop10: Story 9 – Carbon Pricing Tension https://t.co/syY3SBFWPW https://t.co/CZ65ITMbTt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 2:15pm
#ARItop10 for 2018: Story 10 – The #MeToo Movement https://t.co/ckW2fC7WNU https://t.co/9U2491kthn


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 1:34pm
Our top 10 stories of the year are up! We covered numerous important issues in 2018, from pipelines, carbon taxes and elections, to poverty and Indigenous issues. Have a read here: https://t.co/Vc5HDGmlyn https://t.co/wmVBEuTaud


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Dec 26 - 3:47pm
RT @AngusReid: Here’s a year end message from the Angus Reid Institute. https://t.co/NyBKOaJ5kw

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 25 - 7:16pm
RT @AM1150: Merry #Christmas, #Kelowna! The Early Edition is off on December 25th, but join us Boxing Day for a look back at 2018, with brand new year end conversations with Mayor Colin @Basran, Brian Kennedy, @carmilevy and Dave Korzinski from @angusreidorg ! 6-10am on Boxing Day! -Dan- https://t.co/1TMDyUsphD


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 8:55am
Premiers’ Performance: A Holly Jolly Christmas for Legault and Moe https://t.co/niMD51uFMP https://t.co/8uxhqu5sMm


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 7:26pm
RT @ShachiKurl: 2) Majorities of past @bcndp and @BCGreens, in turn, chose #prorep, but there these blocks were less overwhelming in in their support for change: https://t.co/qdZDBLlitq


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 7:26pm
RT @ShachiKurl: 1) The result is a massive relief to the @bcliberals. They can also claim a very legitimate "win" in this campaign. Look at how solidly past BC lib votes stuck together on #FPTP https://t.co/CN0YazVziz


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 7:26pm
RT @ShachiKurl: Some reflections on the referendum coming, follow along..

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 7:12pm
Top reasons for FPTP voters in #BCreferendum: https://t.co/0QuqOzApKC #BCpoli #BCPR https://t.co/GJ5biLrqSV


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 7:04pm
Two-thirds of young people in BC #ProRep referendum said they voted for PR, which suggests that few in that age group cast a ballot https://t.co/0QuqOzApKC #bcpoli #BCPR https://t.co/UyTsra79iN


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 6:52pm
Hot off the press... Electoral Reform Referendum: Voters’ motivations, and why proportional representation failed https://t.co/0QuqOzApKC https://t.co/jOAGQTv3DY


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 5:48pm
RT @CBCtanya: BREAKING: Results of electoral reform referendum are in. 61% voted to keep the current first-past-the-point system. 39% voted for proportional representation. Turnout: 43% of all ballots were returned. #cbc @cbcnewsbc

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 4:37pm
One hour. Get your votes in! https://t.co/gzXrYIkxAl

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 3:36pm
Two hours until the results of BC #ProRep Referendum. What do you think the result will be? #bcpoli

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 3:01pm
In two years the total number of Liberal Premiers in our tracking has shrunk from 6 to 2. (Noting the BC Liberals are not exactly the same as other provincial Liberal Parties) https://t.co/8KO0Rd8UZ6


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 1:30pm
Another way to look at our Premier approval numbers. Approval minus Disapproval. Four Premiers have a positive net rating: https://t.co/niMD51uFMP https://t.co/N0ODIHptgx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 12:25pm
Premiers’ Performance: A Holly Jolly Christmas for Legault and Moe https://t.co/niMD51uFMP https://t.co/vzH64VI2xI


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 11:25am
57 per cent approve of Scott Moe in Saskatchewan: https://t.co/ZfMzaF4qeb https://t.co/yVr2EXAjUm


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 10:45am
Our end of year Premier ratings are out! View more here: https://t.co/ZfMzaF4qeb https://t.co/cBuSxblNij


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 10:20am
Alberta's Rachel Notley has been rising ever so slightly in approval in recent waves. 36 per cent now approve of her performance https://t.co/ZfMzaEMOPB https://t.co/lFMsN9luUN


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 9:45am
43 per cent of BC residents approve of John Horgan as 2018 closes. https://t.co/ZfMzaF4qeb https://t.co/ZDLWjdiqb5


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 9:00am
Three new Premiers joined the ranks in 2018. Their approval ratings this quarter: Legault - 59%, Ford - 42%, Higgs 40% https://t.co/ZfMzaF4qeb https://t.co/kt1f6AKnLR


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 8:30am
Our end of year Premier ratings are out! View more here: https://t.co/ZfMzaF4qeb https://t.co/gNty3F4YKm


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 20 - 7:40am
42 per cent of Ontario residents approve of Premier Doug Ford https://t.co/ZfMzaF4qeb https://t.co/7pIgrcF3c0


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 7:00pm
Cdn approval of Justin Trudeau continues to decline: https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg https://t.co/9RvjmYAkOz


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 6:22pm
@AnitaBromberg Interestingly, as tweeted earlier today, at this same point, about a year before their second election win - Mulroney 25%, Harper 33%, Chretien 51%.

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 6:21pm
@jdclarke72 @steeletalk @JustinTrudeau @AndrewScheer @ShachiKurl @CKNW We did! Young people (18-34) are divided on Scheer vs Trudeau (26-26) but have a lot more support for May (10) and Singh (12), both in double digits. Interesting to see what happens closer to the election. Trudeau approval also below 50 for first time among that age group.

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 6:00pm
28% say government spending is a top issue facing Canada: https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg https://t.co/T8h4ZW8KAA


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 5:00pm
Approval of Trudeau by province: https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg https://t.co/w1hxW7X67i


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 4:00pm
Other federal party leaders don't seem to be benefiting from Trudeau's decline so far: https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg https://t.co/onlxNyuUZU


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 3:00pm
1-in-4 Cdns are unsure which party leader would make the best PM: https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg https://t.co/fL6jKTcV5Z


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 2:00pm
Half of Cdns expect the economy to worsen in 2019: https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg https://t.co/iJSyEKvLRG


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 1:48pm
Interesting to note, approval at right around the one year mark before they won a second term - Harper 33%, Mulroney 25%, Chretien 51% (Environics). Trudeau sits at 35% with 10 months until expected election. https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg https://t.co/6EQ1w5FKEI


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 19 - 1:05pm
Winter of Discontent: As Justin Trudeau’s approval deteriorates, can his rivals make gains? (they haven't yet) https://t.co/YQ0gXImGwg https://t.co/6M3nEnigbd


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