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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 12:00pm
Few Canadians feel that any of the major federal party leaders would make an above average PM for the next four years: https://t.co/Dbsh1cJX6O https://t.co/6b1OF99Mwj


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 11:00am
Liberals, New Democrats twice as likely as CPC voters to say they’ll vote by mail if able in an expected federal election https://t.co/Dbsh1cJX6O https://t.co/9uoeDiNW6S


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 10:00am
New federal vote intention: Liberals 33% (-) CPC 30% (-1) NDP 21% (+1) https://t.co/Dbsh1d1xYm https://t.co/ZnWZka5Vne


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 9:00am
Our latest look at federal politics: Singh leads in favourability, Trudeau, O’Toole struggle https://t.co/Dbsh1cJX6O https://t.co/XEyxpi9b57


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 8:00am
Favourable vs. Capable: Party leaders earn more warmth from Canadians than trust when it comes to the job of PM https://t.co/Dbsh1cJX6O https://t.co/dPKuAOfL6y


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 11:51am
Contested Line 5 pipeline supported two-to-one in Ontario, Michigan: https://t.co/5MHFPxMnq5 https://t.co/5iEtesrCg8


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 7:17pm
RT @davekorzinski: We did a nationwide study involving people close to hockey a couple months ago. Seems relevant.. Canadians may love their hockey, but they also see serious problems with its culture https://t.co/6BfESko2r8 @ian_mendes @Sid_Seixeiro @sportsrage @sportsnetmurph @DownGoesBrown

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 3:25pm
RT @angusreidorg: New data today about Line 5 pipeline featuring responses from Michigan, Ontario, and Quebec residents. More here: https://t.co/5MHFPy3YOF https://t.co/pTzP3v381K


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 1:37pm
RT @theJonRoe: Ford and Kenney may be against vaccine passports, but people in their provinces don't necessarily agree. From @angusreidorg last week: https://t.co/YgOhpCNfZJ #COVID19AB #COVID19Ontario https://t.co/ZSADycUxoa


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 11:40am
Michigan residents are concerned about a leak from Line 5, but most believe proposed tunnel addresses problems https://t.co/5MHFPy3YOF https://t.co/BV8uqqS56a


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 9:40am
Both sides of the border expect economic impacts if Line 5 shut down: https://t.co/5MHFPy3YOF https://t.co/0GUvV6f7dT


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 8:40am
Line 5: Ontarians, Michiganders want the oil to keep flowing in the contested pipeline; Quebecers are split https://t.co/5MHFPy3YOF https://t.co/ZYH49haNn6


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 7:40am
New data today about Line 5 pipeline featuring responses from Michigan, Ontario, and Quebec residents. More here: https://t.co/5MHFPy3YOF https://t.co/pTzP3v381K


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 1:04pm
One of the major challenges for policy makers and businesses in the coming months will be dealing with tension between vaccinated/unvaccinated. Population largely supportive of vaccine passports, but by no means unanimous: https://t.co/ckJyB3F9Kj https://t.co/ReJyL8t3gL


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 1:00pm
RT @CaulfieldTim: "Half of vaccinated Canadians say they’re ‘unlikely’ to spend time around those who remain unvaccinated" https://t.co/pr5aNtWH26 via @angusreidorg And (no surprise) "vaccinated say it’s OK to ask about vaccination status, unvaccinated say it’s personal, not OK" #ScienceUpFirst

Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:53pm
We asked Canadians about their vaccination side effects. Severity increased with second dose: https://t.co/ckJyB3F9Kj https://t.co/aEwmKdyukP


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:51pm
RT @JaneBrownNews: COVID-19 has changed our national perspective on long term care, 75 percent say it needs a major overhaul and more than half say they "dread" having to live in a #LTC home: @angusreidorg survey. #LongTermCare @CarpAdvocacy @bill_vangorder @fightbacklibby https://t.co/UFPhFCbr5b https://t.co/ofqzG1bnyu


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:50pm
RT @ShachiKurl: Some beeeeeg findings in this study. New from us at @angusreidorg today. https://t.co/mSAHXsOZxg

Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:01pm
Canadians supportive of bring LTC into the public health system, 55% say they would pay more in taxes to improve care: https://t.co/QLZTiN6zWq https://t.co/WuH85sJnLO


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 11:01am
The idea the long-term care needs an overhaul is popular, but Quebec and Ontario are most vehement: https://t.co/QLZTiN6zWq https://t.co/ZxRWrUTRYi


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 10:00am
Canadians' top priorities for long-term care centre on quality and number of staff, enforcement of standards for care: https://t.co/QLZTiN6zWq https://t.co/hVMddCxsvp


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 9:01am
After the COVID crisis, views of long-term care have been altered in significant ways. Many dread the thought of living in care, some are already saving to avoid it: https://t.co/QLZTiN6zWq https://t.co/cwsE5UX2Pc


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 8:00am
Long-Term Care in Canada: Three-quarters say significant change is needed; only one-in-five believe it will happen https://t.co/QLZTiN6zWq https://t.co/R4T2zCEcJW


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 1:03pm
Misogyny in hockey culture continues to be a concern for those involved in the youth hockey community: https://t.co/rRGpnVBRa3 #Virtanen #mailloux https://t.co/sRloiK98Z4


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 25 - 1:00pm
Data referenced here: https://t.co/ckJyB3F9Kj https://t.co/k8Oej8gFvJ https://t.co/d4YD6OwLCI


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 11:17am
RT @jodyvance: This sparked a solid hour on @CKNW - great discussions! @angusreidorg @chapappay https://t.co/vsNRRvMYJZ @RyanLehal #COVID19 #vaccination

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 3:09pm
Half of vaccinated Canadians say they’re ‘unlikely’ to spend time around those who remain unvaccinated https://t.co/ckJyB3F9Kj https://t.co/xi4bAAy46q


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 3:08pm
RT @DSafayeni: Sharing some public opinion data from @angusreidorg on how Canadians actually feel about mandatory proof-of-immunization for different activities. Bottom line: majority of Canadians support for all questions polled with Ontario trending just above the national average. https://t.co/K8Udprgttn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 12:45pm
Most Canadians are excited about moving past the pandemic, but those who are unvaccinated and uncommitted to being so are the most enthusiastic about getting back to the activities they have missed out on over the past 18 months. https://t.co/ckJyB3nySL https://t.co/VyYAbq2V2L


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 11:45am
Most Canadians are comfortable asking their family, friends and coworkers if they're vaccinated, but only 41 per cent say this of strangers. https://t.co/ckJyB3nySL https://t.co/sjR39IcPU2


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 10:45am
Those who have had two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine were asked to assess the side effects they felt from each. The percentage saying they felt a severe reaction doubled from eight per cent for the first dose to 15 per cent for the second. https://t.co/ckJyB3nySL https://t.co/DATco52bzO


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 10:15am
Unvaccinated Canadians are rushing back into their pre-pandemic activities while those who received at least one dose are taking it much slower: https://t.co/ckJyB3nySL https://t.co/Y5j3ZIog6o


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 9:45am
One-in-five in Alberta are vaccine hesitant, twice the national average. That said, hesitancy in the province has declined significantly since the beginning of the year. https://t.co/ckJyB3nySL https://t.co/uOT9FSjkEr


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 8:45am
Vaccinated Canadians are largely OK with asking others about vaccination status. Unvaccinated Canadians say it's personal and shouldn't be asked: https://t.co/ckJyB3nySL https://t.co/2oejNxDUXO


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 7:45am
New today: Half of vaccinated Canadians say they’re ‘unlikely’ to spend time around those who remain unvaccinated https://t.co/ckJyB3nySL https://t.co/Z5r595LUzt


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 5:48pm
@singingwithin Note that climate change was also the top issue throughout the 2019 campaign. Lost steam with COVID interruption, back on top now. https://t.co/xSYVUciH2Y https://t.co/z79qKyvmHS


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 2:37pm
@PeopleWascana @MaximeBernier https://t.co/kIDYH2kZNW


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 12:27pm
Nine-in-ten say the the worst of health threats from COVID-19 have passed - at least at home: https://t.co/K9VW2Md277 https://t.co/vaSn6ZPKRl


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 12:26pm
Meanwhile, concern over COVID continues to drop, but one-in-five say they'll only be comfortable when the global threat has subsided: https://t.co/K9VW2Md277 https://t.co/lvfsUh38dT


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 12:25pm
Majority of Canadians say at least 75% should be vaccinated at home before Canada-U.S. border re-opens https://t.co/K9VW2Md277 https://t.co/SfbXWsKEF9


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 12:23pm
The ideal world for party supporters re: Canada's energy plan looks a lot different for Conservatives: https://t.co/N75QoqwDbn https://t.co/ayiztFWeiB


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 12:21pm
Leaders looking to inspire the electorate have work to do: https://t.co/sgzZm9PCMV https://t.co/M1RaPChA7V


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 17 - 12:20pm
It was a busy week... Energy Priorities: https://t.co/N75QoqwDbn Border Reopening Caution: https://t.co/K9VW2Md277 Liberals lead in Vote Intention: https://t.co/sgzZm9PCMV https://t.co/zhOEBbbGoi


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 16 - 6:47pm
So, what if the Liberals do win a majority? Only 19 per cent of those who say they would support the party would be 'thrilled'. https://t.co/sgzZm9PCMV https://t.co/lALKUeydG5


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 16 - 6:41pm
As federal leaders jockey for pre-election positioning, their favourability ratings are... perhaps not where they would like (note, Trudeau data is response to 'approval' not 'favourability': https://t.co/sgzZm9PCMV https://t.co/g5V7yljBwc


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 16 - 6:36pm
The election may be a referendum on COVID-19 handling, but it is worth noting, that issue has moved way down the ladder of what voters are focused on right now: https://t.co/sgzZm9PCMV https://t.co/0jAbmf42sF


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 16 - 6:32pm
Here's a look at the updated vote intention picture, which favours the Liberal Party in B.C., Ontario, Quebec. https://t.co/sgzZm9PCMV https://t.co/JMnBszyyab


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 16 - 6:29pm
Brand new data for the weekend. Liberals hold two-point advantage as leaders of all parties struggle to generate enthusiasm. https://t.co/sgzZm9PCMV https://t.co/PngL2mRQNa


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 4:04pm
Half say Trudeau has handled the pandemic well. Ratings among women higher than among men of same age - particularly those 55 and over: https://t.co/K9VW2Md277 https://t.co/ApXOgyngXX


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 1:45pm
Half say government removing quarantine measures for double vaccinated Canadian border crossers was the right call, while 21 per cent say it should have happened sooner: https://t.co/K9VW2MuDvH https://t.co/GT4nk80th0


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 12:45pm
COVID concern is trending downward. Now at the lowest level since last June: https://t.co/K9VW2MuDvH https://t.co/XIpmDkNzCC


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 11:45am
New today: Majority of Canadians say at least 75% should be vaccinated at home before Canada-U.S. border re-opens https://t.co/K9VW2MuDvH https://t.co/f5ahrAkPhr


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 10:45am
47 per cent of Canadians remain concerned about sickness from COVID-19. Half of that group say they won't feel comfortable until the global threat has receded: https://t.co/K9VW2Md277 https://t.co/WIMw2scbZs


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 9:45am
Canadians are divided about when to open the Canada-US border. BC and Ontario most hesitant, Alberta most ready: https://t.co/K9VW2Md277 https://t.co/Cqs6v8WD7a


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 8:45am
Half now say PM Trudeau has handled the pandemic well. This marks a seven-point jump from April: https://t.co/K9VW2MuDvH https://t.co/Q8o9ApWvSB


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 7:45am
New today: Majority of Canadians say at least 75% should be vaccinated at home before Canada-U.S. border re-opens https://t.co/K9VW2MuDvH https://t.co/LOZ8HgJzRo


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 14 - 7:45pm
Canadians concerned about disability poverty, on-board with proposed new national benefit https://t.co/t2vSeduNTb https://t.co/Ko5UCahE7K


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 14 - 7:21pm
Energy: Canadians tilt towards prioritizing renewables; one-third would split investments between green and oil https://t.co/N75QoqwDbn https://t.co/9dDt2DafKs


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 1:52pm
RT @angusreidorg: When they think about the energy sector, a lot of Canadians aren't focused on economic growth, but place priority in energy independence, investing in renewables, and protecting the environment: https://t.co/N75QoqOezX https://t.co/14R1nbvFHX


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 11:45am
They're a fraction of Canada's energy portfolio, but wind and solar generate the most enthusiasm when we ask Canadians what Canada should invest in over the coming years: https://t.co/N75QoqOezX https://t.co/r07R0PPlWT


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 10:45am
Very few Canadians think that oil and gas should be the focus of Canada's energy strategy. That said, many still say it should be part of the plan going forward alongside increased investment in renewables: https://t.co/N75QoqOezX https://t.co/XrZpBKRsiw


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 9:45am
When it comes to energy priorities, Conservatives tend to value other goals when compared with the rest of the country: https://t.co/N75QoqOezX https://t.co/xg0JxcDU56


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 8:45am
When they think about the energy sector, a lot of Canadians aren't focused on economic growth, but place priority in energy independence, investing in renewables, and protecting the environment: https://t.co/N75QoqOezX https://t.co/14R1nbvFHX


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 7:45am
New today: Post-pandemic priorities for the energy sector find Canadians leaning green https://t.co/N75QoqOezX https://t.co/5Kzvv2tJ1N


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 7 - 8:06pm
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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 6:32pm
RT @CityNewsYEG: The country has started to open its doors again to more newcomers, but Canadians are split on how many we should welcome. https://t.co/hJqepzGQSQ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 5:41pm
RT @angusreidorg: Will you be celebrating #CanadaDay this year?

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 1:56pm
RT @ubcnews: A new poll from the @angusreidorg, in partnership with #UBC, showed that one-third of Canadians think that Canada’s 2022 immigration targets are “about right,” while nearly 40 per cent say it’s “too high.” via @NEWS1130 https://t.co/6iDqE9JjXg

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 1:31pm
Will you be celebrating #CanadaDay this year?

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 1:27pm
RT @AM900CHML: Next on the Scott Thompson Show with guest-host @radleyatthespec! 1:10 - @JayJGoldberg of @taxpayerDOTcom on university employee compensation 1:35 - @davekorzinski of @angusreidorg on post-#Covid19 pandemic immigration https://t.co/pL3ZUTzXRM

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 1:27pm
New on immigration: Canadians divided over 411,000 target for new arrivals in 2022. Three-in-five say it doesn't matter what region of the globe immigrants arrive from: https://t.co/pT6MSKOsnR https://t.co/mW9tvIUrEx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 12:36pm
RT @60thMeridian: However ... 61% of Atlantic Canadians don't want vaccines shipped to other countries until domestic vaccination campaigns are complete. This is more consistent with @angusreidorg data here: https://t.co/Z1VP0SnVUS /3

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 28 - 12:15pm
Most Canadians say they don't care where immigrants come from, particularly post-pandemic: https://t.co/pT6MSL63Mr https://t.co/Efb4myICub


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 28 - 10:15am
Opposition to immigration targets has dropped among Liberal and NDP supporters, but remains among Conservatives: https://t.co/pT6MSL63Mr https://t.co/g0xCKaTdJt


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 28 - 8:15am
As Ottawa prepares to ramp up immigration post pandemic, Canadians are divided over target levels https://t.co/pT6MSL63Mr https://t.co/76wQDO0itg


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Jun 25 - 6:14pm
*Wins away

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Jun 25 - 6:10pm
If @CanadiensMTL can pull it off, they'll make a lot of Canadian hockey fans very happy. 62% said they would cheer for any Canadian team to win the Cup #GoHabsGo https://t.co/HdZCjCo7lQ https://t.co/ezFJSCaW8U


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Jun 25 - 6:07pm
When we asked earlier this year, 21% of Canadians (and 49% of Quebecers) said #GoHabsGo would be the team to break Canada's Stanley Cup drought. They're four games away. https://t.co/a5fcCSfuXo https://t.co/XNZ0Bnckk7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Jun 25 - 4:15pm
RT @Disability_WP: 89% of Canadians support fast action on a #CanadaDisabilityBenefit proposed June 21, the first of its kind in the world. Take action: ☑️ retweet ☑️ mention 3 friends ☑️ comment to show support Here are the full @angusreidorg survey findings: https://t.co/1B9sxpolZF #BillC35 https://t.co/nfkd9UONO5


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 12:45pm
Most are hopeful for what the future holds, though clearly there are more difficult times ahead. https://t.co/9I9ZbeT0pJ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 12:42pm
And it's important to note, there are difficult realities in Canadian views of Indigenous Peoples. https://t.co/QTq7diKutc #751 #ResidentialSchool https://t.co/HYbksKmT7D


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 12:40pm
The expectation in 2015 was that the government would do less than it should to implement the TRC recommendations: https://t.co/RfYWJ93gbx #751 #ResidentialSchool https://t.co/xc9ncLfObV


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 12:38pm
Further, despite the lack of relationship with Indigenous Peoples for many, the TRC recommendations were enthusiastically received: https://t.co/RfYWJ93gbx https://t.co/YijduB9wdO


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 12:37pm
Seven-in-ten agree with the TRC’s characterization of residential schools as “cultural genocide.” https://t.co/RfYWJ93gbx #751 #ResidentialSchool https://t.co/rKZoKhA9Oa


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 12:35pm
That said, most feel the country has a moral and legal obligation to improve life on reserves, given the nation's history: https://t.co/QTq7diKutc #751 #ResidentialSchool https://t.co/Rky8N8wkRI


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 12:34pm
Very few Canadians feel they have a good understanding of Indigenous issues: https://t.co/QTq7diKutc #751 #ResidentialSchool https://t.co/V2z07jKfM7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 23 - 7:01pm
RT @ubcnews: A survey by #UBC and @angusreidorg looked at Canadians' perceptions of race to highlight what the population truly thinks of diversity. via @TorontoStar https://t.co/jYOFKu2UnR

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 23 - 7:01pm
RT @PainBC: The results of a recent poll by @angusreidorg finds that many Canadians are concerned about disability related poverty and support the development of the Canadian Disability Benefit. Read more: https://t.co/hEhuU5TftY

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 3:45pm
One-in-five Canadians (21%) say that they feel like they are treated as an outsider in Canada. 17 per cent among Caucasians 29 per cent among visible minorities 30 per cent among Indigenous https://t.co/fPZA1rR6Po https://t.co/F0yjp4Tpeu


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 3:28pm
Our latest release today in partnership with @planinstitute finds some harsh realities that accompany living with disability. Canadians show a high level of support for the proposed Canada Disability Benefit: https://t.co/t2vSeduNTb https://t.co/Z3IWLncKO1


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 2:12pm
RT @planinstitute: "...according to a new study by the non-profit @angusreidorg & @plannedlifetime..Nearly 89% of Canadians are for a Canadian Disability Benefit....59% ppl believe the current supports and benefits available to people living with disabilities are inadequate.https://t.co/yYK7BoOib0

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 2:12pm
RT @mssingabout: In the Angus Reid survey Canadians said that “it’s time the country came together to end disability poverty”. #billC35 @Disability_WP https://t.co/noru91oFa1

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 12:56pm
RT @angusreidorg: Canadians concerned about disability poverty, on-board with proposed new national benefit https://t.co/t2vSedMphL https://t.co/Bbmf6bbDCB


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 12:56pm
RT @LawDisabilitySC: The @angusreidorg conducted a study looking at #PWD and the Canadian Disability Benefit. Read about the results relating to #accessibility, financial stress, and poverty. https://t.co/QbfGD7zJim

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 11:35am
Canadians living with disability are four times as likely as those who are not to say that they're struggling to get by financially: https://t.co/t2vSedMphL https://t.co/wxL1gvHlGI


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 10:35am
Our latest survey of Canadians living with disability underlines relative poverty, other social barriers faced by those with most severe challenges: https://t.co/t2vSedMphL https://t.co/PWkvo0wCko


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 9:35am
23% of Canadians who do not live with any disability say they are often or always stressed about money. For those living with disability this number is nearly double: https://t.co/t2vSedMphL https://t.co/gyIuVdR013


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 8:35am
Canadians concerned about disability poverty, on-board with proposed new national benefit https://t.co/t2vSedMphL https://t.co/Bbmf6bbDCB


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 21 - 5:05pm
@brianlilley And the full report is readable here: https://t.co/fPZA1rR6Po https://t.co/nDrkAzlS5s


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 21 - 1:35pm
As diversity in Canada continues to grow each year, the perception that Canada is strengthened by this diversity has remained, even up four points from 1994 (82% to 86%): https://t.co/fPZA1rzvXQ https://t.co/hZsTGQnSVN


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