Link to Image 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/Dll19U0xaQhttps://t.co/HAxLBhT5oL
Link to Image 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 #cdnpolihttps://t.co/EzRCbUklrZ
Link to Image 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:
Link to Image 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:
Link to Image 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:
Link to Image 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:
Link to Image 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/gCvWqfZ3SVhttps://t.co/hZjjaF2oSo
Link to Image 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/gCvWqfZ3SVhttps://t.co/IjuDeyuYPw
Link to Image 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:
Link to Image 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:
Link to Image 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/SwBSKeGLUFhttps://t.co/EDmkQvXSA2
Link to Image 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/Qtv9M8qwachttps://t.co/qVAWtGynwt
Link to Image 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/ku86vu5ZBChttps://t.co/WrnQpfFRKg
Link to Image 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/ku86vu5ZBChttps://t.co/nt3GN1U7dy
Link to Image 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:
Link to Image 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
Link to Image 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#elxn43https://t.co/HfXZS7oX0K
Link to Image 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.
Link to Image 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:
Link to Image 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/xAmImnuFRYhttps://t.co/yZLYhzyJEh
Link to Image 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
Link to Image 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:
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/0oSR5JSyYKhttps://t.co/TmyRISonMV