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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 1:13pm
In Quebec, Francois Legault maintains majority approval, though criticism of COVID-19 handling has risen: https://t.co/CtdgXnPHyu https://t.co/z8VfeBYoqW


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 12:00pm
New today - Premiers’ Performance: Ford continues to fall in approval, Houston rides high on strength of COVID-19 handling https://t.co/CtdgXny6GW https://t.co/tG9MEP9vMQ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 11:01am
Criticism of Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe's handling of COVID-19 has nearly doubled since the summer: https://t.co/CtdgXny6GW https://t.co/iwbh6J5GLJ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 10:00am
Alberta's Jason Kenney performs worst on COVID-19 handling this quarter. Just 19% say he has done a good job in leading the province through the pandemic: https://t.co/CtdgXny6GW https://t.co/2fHcp2ZI70


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 9:00am
We asked Canadians how satisfied they are with their provincial government's distribution of rapid tests, finding a wide range of opinions: https://t.co/CtdgXny6GW https://t.co/2HJXwTFNhn


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 8:00am
Premiers’ Performance: Ford continues to fall in approval, Houston rides high on strength of COVID-19 handling https://t.co/CtdgXny6GW https://t.co/t0pHcS9e5B


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 6:00pm
New today: Omicron Inevitability? 55% say they’ll be infected regardless of precautions; two-in-five would end all restrictions https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/WHTx8fAbIf


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 5:00pm
Few believe Omicron will be the final wave of COVID-19. Half (51%) don’t believe 2022 will be the last year of the pandemic; one-in-five (23%) are more optimistic we’ll be clear in 2023. https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/BJvhnFlTF6


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 4:00pm
Despite believing they can’t avoid Omicron, half (48%) of those who believe a COVID-19 infection is inevitable still think it’s too soon to end all public health restrictions, as many (48%) who believe restrictions need to end. https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/srgivs7axz


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 3:00pm
A majority of Canadians believe they will be infected by Omicron no matter what they do. For men and women, the resignation to infection is highest among those aged 35 to 54, notably the age group more likely to have children living at home. https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/XHh2jpNJzb


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 2:00pm
The appetite to end all restrictions is strongest in Alberta (50%), Manitoba (44%), and Newfoundland and Labrador (43%). That said, only in Alberta is this a plurality view. https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/WrDHMPinll


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 1:00pm
Two-in-five (39%) say that it is time to end restrictions. This view is held at a far higher level among past Conservative Party voters, where it reaches three-in-five (62%). https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/wP4dHbx5qa


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:58pm
@friendoffrogs @losinghopein @ssinca95 @ChristyCeeCK @Mikeggibbs @DFisman @NaheedD @JBradshaw01 Please note that asking a question is not an endorsement of the responses. Our work is to observe and measure changes in public opinion - which this constitutes. Restrictions and the pro and anti view are discussed throughout the report.

Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:38pm
An interesting pairing of data from today's release. 55% feel they will get Omicron regardless of what they do. Only 23% feel that 2022 will be the final year of the pandemic. https://t.co/BExJ3G6paj https://t.co/8x2r8IbnoP


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:35pm
RT @KilibardaK: Only 23% of Canadians believe '2022 will be the last year of the pandemic' (Source: @angusreidorg). https://t.co/1LtzRXt5Vc


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:34pm
We asked parents about the cost and benefit of keeping schools closed. The consequences of keeping kids out of class weigh heavily on them, and their views of government's priorities: https://t.co/BExJ3G6paj https://t.co/grvAA4BR65


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:00pm
A plurality in Saskatchewan (44%) and Manitoba (42%) believe restrictions should be stricter in their province. As many in Quebec believe restrictions are too strict (36%) as believe they are about right (38%). https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/Dgwq1FJJoF


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 11:01am
The relative importance of keeping schools open is evident for parents regardless of the age of their children. Each group is close to evenly divided between giving priority to in-class learning, or saying that both factors need to be weighed equally. https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/yHA11qggPc


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 10:00am
Nearly half of parents believe governments should consider the mental health of students and the risk of COVID-19 infection equally, but two-in-five (38%) believe social development should be a higher priority than preventing the spread of the virus. https://t.co/BExJ3G6paj https://t.co/5DdoDF2ugx


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 8:00am
Omicron Inevitability? 55% say they’ll be infected regardless of precautions; two-in-five would end all restrictions https://t.co/BExJ3FOOiL https://t.co/YqUUczSfuv


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 11:52am
One-quarter say China 'as good a trade partner as any', while three-in-five would reduce Canada's relationship with it's second largest trade partner: https://t.co/n3w0j3QwxE https://t.co/uyI6ZxGtJY


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 7:19pm
RT @angusreidorg: In a relatively rare moment of cross-partisan agreement, Canadians say human rights are more important than trade opportunities in Canada's relationship with China: https://t.co/n3w0j3QwxE https://t.co/U427xeJc6w


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 3:00pm
New today: Three-in-five Canadians want less trade with China, but many express concern about the economic costs of taking a stand https://t.co/n3w0j3yVG6 https://t.co/Z3Z755TXof


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 2:00pm
Of Canadians who want their country to deal with China less, three-in-ten (28%) believe it’s possible to do so without negatively affecting Canada’s economy at all. https://t.co/n3w0j3yVG6 https://t.co/24GuumT428


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 1:01pm
There appears to be another concern for Canadians: would anything Canada does actually make China change course? Seven-in-ten (73%) say it’s unrealistic that actions taken by Canada could affect China’s behaviour. https://t.co/n3w0j3yVG6 https://t.co/wnQ2e2bo2a


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 12:33pm
In a relatively rare moment of cross-partisan agreement, Canadians say human rights are more important than trade opportunities in Canada's relationship with China: https://t.co/n3w0j3QwxE https://t.co/U427xeJc6w


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 12:04pm
Canadians largely say standing up for human rights should take precedence in relationship with China - but majority also worry about the consequences of speaking up: https://t.co/n3w0j3QwxE https://t.co/a9cqyhaPpn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 11:01am
Though many Canadians would prioritize human rights and the rule of law in the country’s interactions with China, there is also concern over the economic consequences of taking a stand. https://t.co/n3w0j3QwxE https://t.co/3I3aUX49En


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:00am
Three-in-five (61%) say they would prefer if Canada would reduce its trade with China, contrasted by the one-quarter (24%) who say the country is as good a trade partner as any. https://t.co/n3w0j3yVG6 https://t.co/RjtaMbBOFC


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 9:01am
When it comes to Canada's relationship with China, a majority across the political spectrum would choose to emphasize human rights and the rule of law over trade and investment opportunities. https://t.co/n3w0j3yVG6 https://t.co/AMjVtjgjdD


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 8:00am
Three-in-five Canadians want less trade with China, but many express concern about the economic costs of taking a stand https://t.co/n3w0j3yVG6 https://t.co/hXtwUSiUyn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jan 7 - 2:18pm
@ColleenLW @HarryHayfield Just not large enough with this sample size, unfortunately. They're proportionately represented, so a very small total.

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 4:00pm
New today: Capitol Attack Anniversary: Majority of Canadians & Americans say January 6 riot was ‘domestic terrorism’ https://t.co/Vk3uq7Y15p https://t.co/koFJsXdaNF


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 3:05pm
One-quarter of CPC voters say the 2020 US Election was won by Donald Trump. Other party supporters have no real questions about the result: https://t.co/Vk3uq7GpGP #January6th #January6thInsurrection https://t.co/XQWIQkEZsQ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 2:00pm
Three-quarters (74%) of Americans say it’s important individuals who broke into the U.S. Capitol last year be prosecuted, including half (53%) of Trump voters. https://t.co/Vk3uq7Y15p https://t.co/CkNg6k20IY


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 1:01pm
Most (84%) Canadians believe in the results of the 2020 U.S. election. Still, 13 per cent of Canadians believe that Trump definitely or probably won the last election. https://t.co/Vk3uq7Y15p https://t.co/ssvEQjufF8


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 12:00pm
At seven-in-ten (69%), those who voted for Trump are also more likely to respond that American democracy has declined in recent years – this compared with 56 per cent of Biden supporters who say the same. https://t.co/Vk3uq7Y15p https://t.co/cuam8587Cc


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 11:54am
We asked Americans and Canadians about #January6th to mark one year since the Capitol was stormed. Many agree on what happened, but politics plays a considerable role in disagreements: https://t.co/Vk3uq7GpGP https://t.co/cbiScbpaE3


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 11:01am
In Canada, more believe the riot at the U.S. Capitol was an act of domestic terrorism. Three-quarters (75%) of Canadians say so, but the strength of that belief varies across political lines. https://t.co/Vk3uq7GpGP https://t.co/UPjZM3HWtM


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 9:00am
One-quarter of Americans (26%) believe the rioters’ cause on Jan. 6 was a genuine attempt to defend democracy, while one-quarter (25%) believe the event was fiction and created by the media. https://t.co/Vk3uq7Y15p https://t.co/6sWqqhiFLe


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 6 - 8:00am
Capitol Attack Anniversary: Majority of Canadians & Americans say January 6 riot was ‘domestic terrorism’ https://t.co/Vk3uq7Y15p https://t.co/P9BPKf1CWo


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 5 - 3:49pm
RT @uvic: “Greater inclusion is needed to combat the ‘foreigner objectification’ that many Asian Canadians face,” #UVic researcher @Nigel_M_Lou @UVicSocialSci @UVic_CFYS with co-authors @UAlberta @angusreidorg funding by @CIHR_IRSC @UVicResearch @VancouverPD https://t.co/q8aDo4ZNEp

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 31 - 12:51pm
Based on what we're learning about Omicron, are you more or less worried about it now than you were two weeks ago?

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 31 - 12:41pm
Happy New Year everyone. Here is our final piece of 2021: Five issues to watch in 2022: https://t.co/SMNnEBaqwI https://t.co/hNqAyEQxla


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 3:24pm
RT @angusreidorg: New today: Five issues to watch as we turn the calendar to 2022 https://t.co/SMNnEBs1Vi https://t.co/aTPm8bLXXt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 2:00pm
Five issues to watch in 2022 https://t.co/SMNnEBs1Vi

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 1:00pm
Canada’s two most populous provinces, comprising 60 per cent of the country’s population, are scheduled to hold elections in 2022 and the two premiers running for re-election find themselves on opposite ends of the popularity spectrum. https://t.co/SMNnEBs1Vi https://t.co/u22QCxUO3M


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 12:00pm
Internationally, Canada’s relationship with China is under an increasingly bright spotlight leading into the February Winter Olympics in Beijing – assuming rising COVID-19 cases don’t spoil the party. https://t.co/SMNnEBs1Vi https://t.co/kTTduagPgZ


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 11:00am
A pandemic-provoked labour market shift finds companies needing to accommodate a work force that became accustomed to the flexibility of working from home. https://t.co/SMNnEBs1Vi https://t.co/h4C1zXnfgA


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 10:00am
In October and November, inflation was 4.7 per cent, the highest it had been since February 2003. Canadians have struggled with the rising costs. https://t.co/SMNnEBs1Vi https://t.co/jpqXuXq3tU


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 9:00am
How do governments respond to the threat of climate change after a year of unprecedented weather disasters across the country and around the world? A majority of Canadians want more from Trudeau. https://t.co/SMNnEBs1Vi https://t.co/g729n6TCtx


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 27 - 8:00am
New today: Five issues to watch as we turn the calendar to 2022 https://t.co/SMNnEBs1Vi https://t.co/aTPm8bLXXt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 24 - 1:01pm
RT @angusreidorg: One day until Christmas.. do you have any gifts that have not arrived in time?

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 24 - 12:29pm
One day until Christmas.. do you have any gifts that have not arrived in time?

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Dec 23 - 12:25pm
Notably, when we asked last week, one-in-three Canadians wanted to increase restrictions in their community, while most said they were fine or too strict: https://t.co/naOZbrDFsi https://t.co/xUWXVsUEVQ


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 21 - 3:30pm
RT @angusreidorg: The NHL is pulling out of #Beijing2022. Right call or wrong call in the face of the surging Omicron variant?

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 21 - 2:00pm
Have you wanted but been unable to access a rapid test for COVID-19? Canadians largely feel their government needs to do more to distribute to the public: https://t.co/naOZbrVgQS https://t.co/VReQlpQCh5


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 21 - 1:42pm
The NHL is pulling out of #Beijing2022. Right call or wrong call in the face of the surging Omicron variant?

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 21 - 1:33pm
Just how critical are Albertans about the UCP's COVID-19 handling? The provincial government is running well behind both the Liberal federal government and PM Trudeau on this file: https://t.co/naOZbrDFsi https://t.co/9v3WvkgxvC


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Dec 21 - 1:25pm
One-in-five Canadians (20%) say that they have wanted to access a rapid test for COVID-19 but been unable. More here: https://t.co/naOZbrDFsi https://t.co/KL0BkODQUP


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 1:50pm
Vaccinated Canadians are still quite anxious about the risk that Omicron poses: https://t.co/naOZbrDFsi https://t.co/0TeTMWoFwd


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 12:00pm
Albertans continue to offer little praise to the UCP for its handling of COVID-19; majorities approve of their government in BC, QC, ATL: https://t.co/naOZbrVgQS https://t.co/QNGDMXzS5q


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 11:00am
Omicron leads to bump in concern over illness, 60 per cent say they're thinking about it: https://t.co/naOZbrVgQS https://t.co/r1GKXPS77V


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 10:00am
Canadians voice frustration with provincial governments over rapid testing : https://t.co/naOZbrVgQS https://t.co/Aio8QWDzv2


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 9:00am
New today: Concern over Omicron 27% more worried than Delta 43% about the same 13% less worried 15% no concern about COVID at all https://t.co/naOZbrVgQS https://t.co/u7p5J25kga


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 20 - 8:00am
COVID-19: Canadians call for more rapid access to rapid antigen tests as Omicron fuels more holiday season anxiety https://t.co/naOZbrVgQS https://t.co/BKH6SD0xFJ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 13 - 12:00pm
Home for the Holidays? It depends. Interprovincial travel looks to remain reduced this year: https://t.co/AjYDjScpTf https://t.co/QXJ6aa8y3J


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 13 - 11:01am
After eking out another minority government in September, the Liberals currently enjoy broader vote support to end the year: https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/1goBEM3NOq


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 13 - 10:00am
Prime Minister Trudeau closing the year with an approval rating of 38 per cent. Down 12 points from where the year began: https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/Bo6VDtFDFe


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Dec 13 - 9:00am
Let's hit the ground running on a new week. For starters, our latest on federal politics: O’Toole’s Blue Christmas https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/Pq3uZ2AT9q


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 3:43pm
RT @CanadianPolling: Leader Net Favourabilities Among Their Own Supporters: Singh: +84% Blanchet: +79% Trudeau: +69% Kuttner: +52% O'Toole: +28% Angus Reid / November 29, 2021 / n=2005 / Online

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 3:00pm
New today: O’Toole’s Blue Christmas: CPC leader’s popularity plummets post-election as party’s fortunes run flat https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/ZTJIJKDhBC


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 2:00pm
Bloc and NDP supporters are the most likely to say they will switch to another party in the next election; in each case, one-in-five say they intend to vote for a different party. https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/70YfYJko3M


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 1:00pm
The Liberals currently hold a six-point advantage in vote intention over the rival Conservatives after a hotly contested campaign two-and-a-half months ago. https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/sdyppsfk59


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 12:00pm
Two-in-five (38%) Canadians say they approve of the prime minister. They remain outnumbered by the more than half (54%) of Canadians who disapprove of him. Both numbers are largely unchanged from data collected last month. https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/QfBfV4F5S5


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 11:43am
The biggest shift in post-election vote preference comes from NDP and Bloc voters, who would shift some support to the Liberals if an election were held today: https://t.co/Muo4vWuRmT https://t.co/FZ4Kr3r40z


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 11:39am
Our latest today - Erin O'Toole's slumping favourability helps to boost vote intention profile for Liberals: https://t.co/Muo4vWuRmT https://t.co/owh0tgjQHk


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 11:00am
Days before Andrew Scheer stepped down as leader, he held a higher favourability among CPC voters than O’Toole does now. https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/SOonuWCDMa


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 10:00am
O'Toole's diminished internal standing is unique to him and CPC voters. Supporters of other major federal parties are much more likely to hold their respective leaders in higher esteem. https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/Jnx2qX8ekK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 9:00am
While NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and Bloc Québécois leader Yves-François Blanchet have both seen their favourability ratings hold steady, CPC leader Erin O’Toole has seen his plummet as he reckons with dissent within his party. https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/pdYTfuVS7r


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 10 - 8:00am
O’Toole’s Blue Christmas: CPC leader’s popularity plummets post-election as party’s fortunes run flat https://t.co/Muo4vWMsLt https://t.co/hN6OHU5L4L


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 3:36pm
Pay or fight? Canadians prefer their institutions not give in to hackers: https://t.co/rHqaSimDLh https://t.co/1hL7RKPmyl


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 2:10pm
Cyber concerns: Canadians show little confidence in ability of several key institutions to fend off cyberattacks https://t.co/rHqaSi52TJ https://t.co/jdh0XUSlcR


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 2:00pm
New today: Cyber concerns: Canadians show little confidence in ability of several key institutions to fend off cyberattacks https://t.co/rHqaSi52TJ https://t.co/1g5kwwSXGc


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 1:42pm
On Bill 21 and religious symbols in public, Quebec and the rest of Canada tend to disagree on what is or isn't acceptable: https://t.co/lj8yZ9Klga https://t.co/6wync90iiB


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 1:00pm
Although no such legislation is being considered publicly in Canada at the moment, a plurality of Canadians (47%) say they would support a ban on ransomware payments. https://t.co/rHqaSi52TJ https://t.co/qYy4nybRpW


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 12:00pm
When hypothetically placed at the helm of various institutions in the midst of a ransomware crisis, most Canadians say they would not pay up and would instead choose to fight back against the hackers – even if this meant service disruptions. https://t.co/rHqaSi52TJ https://t.co/QbzflZ1oYj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 11:00am
Canadians have the highest levels of assurance in financial institutions, with two-thirds saying they are confident that banks have high-quality cybersecurity. But only half say the same of the federal government and its services. https://t.co/rHqaSi52TJ https://t.co/dV53spKgeP


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 10:00am
Men aged 55 and older are the most likely demographic to report being directly affected by a cyberattack – 14 per cent say that’s the case – while those under 55 are much more likely to report being affected indirectly. https://t.co/rHqaSimDLh https://t.co/VDtHrDphnH


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 9:00am
The threat of cyberattacks is on the minds of Canadians: three-quarters (75%) say they are familiar with this form of digital sabotage. https://t.co/rHqaSi52TJ https://t.co/6QisC4LJYH


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Dec 9 - 8:00am
Cyber concerns: Canadians show little confidence in ability of several key institutions to fend off cyberattacks https://t.co/rHqaSi52TJ https://t.co/82gx5YJj7o


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 8 - 2:49pm
RT @TLDRNewsGlobal: 🇨🇦 Canadians are becoming less pro-monarchy according to research by @angusreidorg 'Do you think Canada should continue as a constitutional monarchy for generations to come?' Yes: 25% (-14) No: 52% (+7) Unsure: 23% (+6) (Data from Nov 2021 compared to Jan 2020)

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 8 - 12:50pm
78% of Canadians support some form of boycott for the #BeijingOlympics. Canada has just announced it will not send diplomats/officials: https://t.co/tgyEmxVgBT #Beijing2022 https://t.co/kG9HlhGbpf


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 8 - 12:33pm
Here's what Canadians said about a potential #Beijing2022 boycott, as we wait for the Prime Minister's announcement: https://t.co/tgyEmxVgBT https://t.co/mH2ZidMbck


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 8 - 12:32pm
As we wait, here's what Canadians said when we asked: https://t.co/tgyEmxVgBT https://t.co/HaEc8eP03Y

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Dec 8 - 12:30pm
RT @ShachiKurl: Though previous @angusreidorg data would also point to serious concerns Canadians hold human rights abuses against the Uighur minority (these are data from March of this year) https://t.co/ssKUT7DNhy


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 7 - 6:48pm
RT @angusreidorg: Half of Canadians would follow US lead and announce diplomatic boycott of Beijing Winter Games. 78% support some form of boycott: https://t.co/tgyEmycS0t #Beijing2022 #WinterOlympics https://t.co/HlcupM06pG


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 7 - 6:48pm
Australia joins the United States in a diplomatic boycott of #Beijing2022. Is Canada next? https://t.co/tgyEmxVgBT https://t.co/yh3pS8vlUi

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 7 - 3:05pm
Canadians will be doing more this Christmas than last, but many are still taking precautions and avoiding group events: https://t.co/AjYDjScpTf https://t.co/wsGMyhLHSI


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Dec 7 - 2:41pm
Omicron Unease: Worry over contracting COVID-19 rises on news of new variant; hopes for ‘normal’ holidays in question https://t.co/AjYDjScpTf https://t.co/kTHu2kWP3u


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