Angus Reid Institute 1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 2:00pm New today: Ontario Spotlight: Ford government faces skepticism, lack of consensus among Ontarians over lengthy to-do list
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 1:00pm There is an age divide on which PCPO promises should be prioritized. Younger Ontarians are more likely to want measures to address housing affordability expedited. Older Ontarians want the senior care file at the top of the docket.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 11:00am While there is much criticism from NDP and Liberal voters on how the Ontario government is handling the top issues, at least three-in-five PCPO voters say the government they returned has performed poorly on housing affordability and cost of living.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 10:01am There is political consensus on the top two issues facing Ontario. However, those who voted NDP and Liberal are more concerned about health care than those who voted for Doug Ford and the PC party.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 12:30pm RT @TomPark1n: It seems renters are having a harder time than owners. Ontario data shows rent control loopholes have allowed big inflation in rent, and here is the result. https://t.co/OSpUDf0qVn Angus Reid Institute 3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 12:30pm RT @westernuSocSci: The things Canadians care about are different after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to results of a new @angusreidorg poll. The COVID-19 pandemic 'forced almost everybody to have an existential crisis' said @WesternuSOC chair @somardrawohhttps://t.co/UoYRrBTG6l Angus Reid Institute 3 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 4:55pm RT @GenSqueeze: While discussion about soaring home prices is certainly merited, there is a dire need to dial up supports and protections for those being squeezed by high rents. https://t.co/hlE3WEo9Jj Angus Reid Institute 4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 2:01pm New today: Federal Politics: In CPC leadership race, Poilievre faces a support ceiling, Charest must connect more with base
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 11:00am The party looking to capitalize on a mood potentially more favourable to change is amid a leadership race. Poilievre and Charest remain the two most appealing potential candidates to Canadians.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 9:00am It appears anxieties around inflation and the rising cost of living, housing affordability woes, and health-care challenges have made the mood of the nation more dour than cheery.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 6 days ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 5:00pm Confidence in the Bank of Canada is shaky. Nearly half say they trust the BoC to fulfill its mandate adequately, while almost the same number disagree. Past Conservative and PPC voters are particularly critical.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 6 days ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 4:00pm Mortgage holders were presented with three different scenarios they may face in the coming years. One-in-three would not be able to easily handle an increase of $150 per month, while twice that many would struggle with an increase of $300 per month.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 12:01pm Drivers have dealt with rising gas prices in a number of different ways. More than half say they have decided to stay home when they normally would not have due to the cost of driving.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 1:19pm Now that Michelle Rempel Garner is officially out of the UCP leadership race, Danielle Smith and Brian Jean are the clear favourites among non-NDP supporting Albertans:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 11:00am After two years of seeing the health system struggle, Canadians have exited a pandemic honeymoon period when they were more likely to feel provincial governments were handling the health portfolio well.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 10:00am While health care takes a back seat to inflation as top provincial issue for many Canadians, it still trumps other pressing concerns like housing affordability, climate change, and the economy and jobs.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 1:00pm When it comes to Albertans' top two issues, most believe the UCP government is handling them poorly. For issues around the economy, pipelines and government spending, the reviews are more mixed.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 12:00pm For two-thirds of Albertans, the primary concern is the rising cost of living in the province. That said, health care and a host of economic issues are also highly prioritized as needing attention.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 11:00am Among those who say they will vote UCP if an election were held today, one-third say they find Danielle Smith and Brian Jean appealing as a potential leader. One-quarter say the same of Travis Toews.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 12:01pm Presented with the five options the government reportedly explored for the museum, most (62%) would have proceeded with the status quo and not undertaken a rebuild of the famed museum in Victoria.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 11:00am ARI’s Government Performance Index compiles an average score across all issues presented in the survey. There has been a steady downward trend in government satisfaction, after steady improvement in the first two years of BCNDP governance.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 10 - 12:49pm Those on the Right of the Canadians Values Index profess little confidence in any aspect of Canadian society - from political leaders, to the federal government, to teachers:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 6:02pm Canadians with the most progressive views on our Canadian Values Index are most likely to feel their political views are covered fairly by media. Those on the Right disagree:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 4 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 2 - 12:34pm Election Day in Ontario! Get out there and vote folks. #OntarioVotes Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 1 - 2:15pm Decriminalization receives two-thirds support in BC, majority support in many other regions:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Monday May 30 - 7:11pm When we asked earlier this year, Canadians were supportive of federal action on handguns. Two-thirds support a full ban, though the government has put forth a freeze on sales and transfers:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Monday May 30 - 12:56pm RT @ShachiKurl: @angusreidorg So, on the issue of guns, gun violence, and gun ownership in Canada, let's start with the perceptions of gun violence. In short, Cdns perceive this to be worsening: https://t.co/BUeL08GFeh