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Angus Reid Institute
17 hours ago:   Friday Sep 20 - 7:19pm
From earlier this year: Majorities support ban on handguns, assault weapons https://t.co/BZKuf8iAE8 https://t.co/GPojMssCxd


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 2:38pm
Trudeau brown/black face news may undo positive momentum that brought the party closest it has been to catching CPC in 2019: https://t.co/BQ2t8OOT9K https://t.co/mreYkZn4vr


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 1:49pm
When we asked, just days ago, one of Trudeau's biggest advantages with leaning voters considering both the CPC/LPC when compared to Andrew Scheer was the sense that he was tolerant/not racist. Will be following to see how voters react to ongoing issue: https://t.co/BQ2t8OOT9K https://t.co/UGYwbNumWk


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 11:40am
Who would make the better Prime Minister, Scheer or Trudeau? Canadians are divided 50/50 when asked to choose: https://t.co/BQ2t8P6uyk https://t.co/fiU77tsETT


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 10:30am
Despite newest vote intention numbers, 46 per cent of voters say they are not "definitely" committed to any party yet: https://t.co/BQ2t8P6uyk https://t.co/3PifOjFVEs


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 10:00am
CPC voters are far more likely than other party supporters to say that this election is more important than 2015: https://t.co/BQ2t8P6uyk https://t.co/vSualgxPvi


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 9:20am
The CPC lead is now the smallest it has been in our 2019 polling: #elxn43 https://t.co/BQ2t8P6uyk https://t.co/oYulSHlg7n


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 9:05am
15 per cent of voters say they are considering both the Liberals and the CPC still - they lean heavily toward the Liberals when pressed for their vote intention: https://t.co/BQ2t8P6uyk https://t.co/LQwVOkHoyN


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 8:45am
New federal vote intention data has the CPC with a slight lead over the Liberals: https://t.co/BQ2t8P6uyk https://t.co/bZCALlvEWu


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Sep 19 - 8:05am
The declarative & the demure: Close race gives CPC edge, but do Liberals stand to gain from shy voters? https://t.co/BQ2t8P6uyk https://t.co/g64sYq3dLF


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 17 - 1:06pm
More than half of Canadians (55%) say they support the use of 'lifestyle audits' to counter money laundering. Support for this tool is highest in BC at 62%. More at https://t.co/A0w95f9HZH https://t.co/CiE4tbM4UP


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 17 - 12:30pm
Money laundering is a big concern across the country: https://t.co/xmPjbMY0mP https://t.co/rwf0G63KJI


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 17 - 11:30am
Most want more action to counter money laundering in Canada: https://t.co/xmPjbMY0mP https://t.co/WCSvIde2ff


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 17 - 10:30am
In B.C., residents support inquiry into money laundering, though they're divided about whether it will ultimately help: https://t.co/xmPjbMY0mP https://t.co/O5MPLPLOo9


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 17 - 9:30am
Cash purchase restrictions? Majority of Canadians say they would support banning numerous items in fight against money laundering: https://t.co/xmPjbMY0mP https://t.co/7OJeLeiJcG


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 17 - 8:30am
Majorities everywhere outside of Atlantic Canada support inquiry into money laundering by their province https://t.co/xmPjbMY0mP https://t.co/teNslRLzRa


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 17 - 7:30am
Most say money laundering in Canada a problem; three-quarters support limits on cash purchases to combat it https://t.co/xmPjbMY0mP https://t.co/sy6jC3cOVo


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Monday Sep 16 - 7:54pm
RT @ShachiKurl: Did you miss our @bbcworldservice discussion about 🇹🇩 election? Catch it here, starts just past the 1/2 way point: https://t.co/TP1E3oVkmY #cdnpoli @angusreidorg https://t.co/hLZxQSyc2J


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Sunday Sep 15 - 4:59pm
@SalishSeaFuture @CBCNews @evacsenge https://t.co/K1eNHgFvjv

Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Sunday Sep 15 - 2:03am
RT @AngusReid: ‘Goldilocks zone’: Canadians divided on whether Trudeau’s pipeline approach is too much, too little or just right https://t.co/18jY46r12Z

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Saturday Sep 14 - 1:14pm
So far our #elxn43 releases have covered Climate Change, Natural Resources and Top Issues for Non-Committed voters. Have a read here: https://t.co/OKoqICiohV #cdnpoli #elxn19 https://t.co/xlWXs6Hh9H


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Sep 13 - 11:40am
‘Goldilocks zone’: Canadians divided on whether Trudeau’s pipeline approach is too much, too little or just right https://t.co/u1Qo9gJsou https://t.co/U9bhqrrQgQ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Sep 13 - 11:00am
Most Canadians would prefer their provincial government invest in renewable energy over non-renewables like oil and gas. This is not the case in Alberta, however: https://t.co/u1Qo9gJsou https://t.co/LgsvKdFond


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Sep 13 - 10:15am
Propelled by strong support among their own supporters, the CPC are seen as best party on oil and gas development - 36 per cent trust them most: https://t.co/u1Qo9gJsou https://t.co/h2gJkyTSmE


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Sep 13 - 9:30am
Opinions of the Liberal record on pipelines diverge widely by current vote intention: https://t.co/u1Qo9gJsou https://t.co/pAR7WFaboP


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Sep 13 - 8:40am
By more than 2:1 ratio Canadians say next government should build TransMountain pipeline expansion https://t.co/u1Qo9gJsou https://t.co/17DzqF6pfw


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Sep 13 - 7:50am
‘Goldilocks zone’: Canadians divided on whether Trudeau’s pipeline approach is too much, too little or just right https://t.co/u1Qo9gJsou https://t.co/qGp4I7vqno


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 9:26pm
Overall, the Canadian public has quite a divided view about whether Canada's trade relationship with China is a net positive or negative: https://t.co/9H1xvJvn8h #elxn19 #elxn43 #firstdebate https://t.co/OMkbvFCRQr


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 9:23pm
On Chinese affairs... six-in-ten say human rights should trump trade, four-in-ten disagree: https://t.co/9H1xvJvn8h #firstdebate #elxn2019 #elxn43 https://t.co/uQsAjLAmTi


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 9:19pm
To kick off the campaign, that climate change discussion may be very important; one-quarter of Canadians say it's their #1 #elxn43 issue https://t.co/dwvGfRLE1C #elxn2019 #firstdebate https://t.co/KHd0ABZwrX


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 9:06pm
Leaders discussing the Paris climate target. Half of Canadians say we should increase efforts to meet the target of 30% below 2005 levels by 2030: https://t.co/ZhddzH4KQi #firstdebate #elxn19 https://t.co/kUCPowTMdE


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 9:02pm
Leaders discussing whether we have a climate crisis... 3/4 of Canadians say climate change is a serious/very serious threat: https://t.co/xvgKojd36t #elxn19 #firstdebate https://t.co/oHwHqQ0IVP


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 8:58pm
Asked who would be best to deliver on climate change policy, Canadians were very divided. Tomorrow's release will show that they trust Scheer most on oil and gas development. Stay tuned. #firstdebate #elxn2019 https://t.co/ZhddzH4KQi https://t.co/f9bKBzTC4M


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 8:55pm
Scheer speaking about the #carbontax. His voters dislike it, but it's pretty popular with supporters of the other parties: https://t.co/ZhddzGN9YK #firstdebate #elxn19 https://t.co/mobpXvVXKk


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 12 - 8:52pm
If you're watching #firstdebate and wondering about that Angus Reid poll... it's here https://t.co/ZhddzH4KQi

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 11 - 3:24pm
Executive Director @ShachiKurl joins the @PnPCBC panel to discuss the election... from Scotland! https://t.co/nSs6DlGF68 https://t.co/bBl8UFxxUJ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 11 - 1:45pm
Our #elxn43 #elxn2019 page is up and will be your home for insight on the issues that matter throughout the campaign: https://t.co/OKoqICiohV https://t.co/ajWuXA6Sil


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 12:13pm
@springy59 31% maintain incentives + 39% increase incentives = 70%, strong majority. 50% support in AB, 60% in SK/MB https://t.co/dppHxbIjaS

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 12:01pm
Conservative Party supporters are the most likely to 'dislike' hearing Indigenous land acknowledgements, while few centre-left supporters feel the same: https://t.co/r6VkNBUsmM https://t.co/7hFAOq9Ukf


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 11:57am
Have your been present for an Indigenous land acknowledgement at an event? the practice appears much more well-known in Western Canada https://t.co/zkaamlEuwp

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 11:01am
Experience with Indigenous land acknowledgements is considerably higher among those with a university education: https://t.co/r6VkNBUsmM https://t.co/XgsV2Nli8g


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 10:01am
Residents of Western Canada much more likely to say they've personally witnessed an indigenous land acknowledgement: https://t.co/r6VkNCc3Lm https://t.co/5BgfuCv4yj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 9:30am
This week we are looking at Indigenous land acknowledgments in Canada. Support for these expressions is highest when coming from elected leaders: https://t.co/IKIUjNYBPF https://t.co/HW9eOQY4sn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 9:01am
Two-in-five Canadians say they have never heard an indigenous land acknowledgement : https://t.co/r6VkNCc3Lm https://t.co/gSA1y4YXoL


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 10 - 8:01am
Indigenous land acknowledgments: opinions toward a practice unknown to many depends on context, place: https://t.co/r6VkNCc3Lm https://t.co/FmxxLBr9zN


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Sep 9 - 5:00pm
Canadians supportive of electric vehicle incentives, four-in-ten say that the next government should expand this program: https://t.co/ZhddzGN9YK https://t.co/jKI4bCtz3k


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Sep 9 - 4:34pm
A proposed ban on single-use plastics receives considerable support from Canadians - most would like to see it implemented, regardless of which party wins #elxn43: https://t.co/ZhddzGN9YK #cdnpoli https://t.co/0kKERCTeHx


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 5 - 2:11pm
Who's best on climate change? Greens draw support from everywhere, Liberal Party lags among their own leaning voters: https://t.co/ZhddzGN9YK https://t.co/VUdTuW5DDy


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 5 - 12:00pm
Canadians are divided over the federal carbon tax, with CPC supporters heavily opposed and Liberal/NDP/Green supporters in support: https://t.co/SYiPSwSGF9 #cdnpoli #elxn43 https://t.co/XAe2DXJuNO


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 5 - 11:30am
Balancing act: Majorities say both climate action, oil & gas growth should be top priorities for next government https://t.co/ZhddzGN9YK https://t.co/osXCd8lYoG


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 5 - 11:00am
Irrespective of election outcome, most Canadians believe that more should be done to reach the Paris emission reduction targets for 2030: https://t.co/SYiPSwSGF9 #cdnpoli #elxn43 https://t.co/Q2x6xYUWE8


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 5 - 10:30am
Keep up on our vote intention tracking throughout #elxn43 here: https://t.co/0oSR5JSyYK https://t.co/yLvVbBDghh


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 5 - 10:00am
Choosing between climate change and oil and gas development, half of Canadians say the federal government should focus more on the former over the coming decade: https://t.co/SYiPSwSGF9 #cdnpoli #elxn43 https://t.co/ZqD45pQIJF


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 5 - 9:00am
Canadians have different priorities this time around. Comparing top issues for 2015 vs 2019 election: https://t.co/SYiPSwSGF9 #cdnpoli #elxn43 https://t.co/KJ3F3ND7yd


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 5 - 8:00am
Balancing act: Majorities say both climate action, oil & gas growth should be top priorities for next government https://t.co/SYiPSwSGF9 https://t.co/QXjW48ysnS


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 4 - 3:26pm
Read from our Canadian health series here. Four parts devoted to aging, pharmacare, caregiving and more: https://t.co/4CclbtfE1o https://t.co/vUZVpEQdbk


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 4 - 2:30pm
Election 43: half the electorate up for grabs; health care, affordability, honesty are top issues for pliable voters https://t.co/dwvGfRu3a4 https://t.co/Uhv2qrPwq2


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 4 - 1:50pm
Parents say more screen time for their kids associated with diminished academic performance https://t.co/j9EEa6Gcqj https://t.co/gLzY8co5UN


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 1:01pm
For parents of older children, ensuring their online safety appears critical. Three-in-four (75%) from this group, including eight-in-ten (79%) parents of pre-teen girls, say they regularly talk to their children about being careful online https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/hXu7iGf6ik


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 12:20pm
Six-in-ten (63%) say they often or always monitor what their child is doing or watching online, rising to more than seven-in-ten (72%) among parents of kids under 5 https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/I0TjKKagxs


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 11:40am
Clearly, there are pros and cons to the increased level of technology in Canadian children’s lives today, but what do kids actually use their devices for? https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/AD1fR8Dn0j


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 11:34am
If you're Canadian, we've got a poll on this: https://t.co/ffv5yrkSDa https://t.co/lrvZyyjvjz

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 11:01am
Despite holding significant reservations, about six-in-ten (58%) parents say screen time can still be a good way for kids to learn, depending on the context. Parents of children with physical disabilities are especially optimistic. https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/V35Rz5txgp


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 10:20am
Only one-in-three (34%) Canadian parents say activities focused on consuming content for fun are a “good thing to be encouraged,” less than half the proportions who say the same of screen activities focused on learning (79%) or creating (73%). https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/jwJYQfSeWX


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 9:40am
Parents’ evaluations of their children’s well-being in a number of areas—from mental health and physical fitness to social skills and academic success—are negatively correlated with the amount of time they spend using their devices https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/1oKSG0gIdu


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 9:01am
52 per cent of Canadian parents with children between the ages of 10 and 12 are concerned they spend too much time using in front of screens, compared to 40 per cent of those with children between the ages of two and five. https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/Hk9SV8o3jH


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 8:20am
Parents of kids with physical, developmental or learning disabilities are more than twice as likely as other parents to say their child spends more than four hours per day in front of a screen https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/YU0EPLCbuz


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 7:40am
New @WHO guidelines recommend no more than one hour of screen time per day for children under 5 years-old. The vast majority of Canadian parents do not believe their kids currently meet these recommendations, especially as they get older https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm https://t.co/FGquRMxgCD


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 3 - 7:01am
Digital Dopamine: Half of Canadian parents concerned their child spends too much time on their devices https://t.co/23zyc5UvGm

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 2 - 11:02pm
And the Trudeau Tracker was just updated last week again: https://t.co/s6agfmXqf7 https://t.co/iYRkN2OQ3J

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Aug 30 - 6:29pm
Our @ShachiKurl weighs in on the presence of Stephen Harper in early campaign materials for both the CPC and LPC. "Spectre of Harper could whip up both Tories and Liberals" https://t.co/1vk8adfu5b

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Aug 30 - 1:34pm
@PollWatchCanada Note that 5 is a pure "Other", which includes some non-PPC data. PPC nationally at 3 pts. We will separate out in the future for clarity! https://t.co/B0acUTujPo


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Aug 30 - 1:26pm
@marktmaclean Some work to do in the campaign to say the least. This might be the most interesting data to track over the course of the next several weeks. Whoever can make progress here has a a big opportunity..

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Aug 30 - 1:17pm
(4) Maxime Bernier is also included in the leader favourability list, seen by all respondents. 17% favourable, 60% unfavourable. https://t.co/UalhmXmR6z https://t.co/Po8HVFAWCM


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Aug 30 - 1:16pm
(3) This is what the picture looks like with the PPC included in the main chart. We will begin to include them in the main list on our vote intention question and report their data individually to ensure there is no confusion in our #elxn43 polling. https://t.co/0QhyjfaL9F


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Aug 30 - 1:14pm
(2) As such, we have data for the PPC. Again, they are in the survey. We folded them into Other because they do not generate more than 4 per cent in any region of the country. See table attached. https://t.co/QwXmxoxiBT


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Aug 30 - 1:13pm
(1) A lot of confusion from the PPC supporters over the last day that we would like to clear up. First, the PPC is not ignored in our polling, if a respondent chooses "Other Party" from the main list, they see the PPC on the next screen. See QF4/QF6 https://t.co/xeYIlNwkvC

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 2:00pm
@gtlem @davidakin PPC is an option in the survey (see questionnaire at end of release) but are folded into Other in the graph, they garner about 4% nationally.

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 1:26pm
Went back to compare leader favourability. First graph is this week, second is October 1, 2015. Harper and Scheer in nearly the same place. Trudeau far worse. Mulcair had majority favourability everywhere other than AB/MB at the time. Not so for Singh. May down slightly. https://t.co/1Mcw5U3vwx


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 1:20pm
Among men over the age of 35, half have a favourable opinion of Scheer, approximately double the number who say the same of Trudeau. Meanwhile, Trudeau performs best with younger women: https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/HmnczNa1St


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 12:48pm
@simonplittle https://t.co/Jw9Sc0MBzj


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 12:47pm
@RossMcleanSec https://t.co/U55mBGTAzs


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 12:42pm
RT @PeeJayAitch: Latest polling from @angusreidorg shows Conservatives with a four-point lead over Liberals. Interesting how in all demographics, males prefer the Conservatives while females prefer the Liberals. By distinct margins. #cdnpoli https://t.co/r9gA443QGz

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 12:40pm
While Elizabeth May continues to enjoy the highest net favourability of any federal party leader, Canadians have become more divided about her as the Greens have played a more prominent role in public debates https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/GfEdgygw9g


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 12:01pm
The CPC has the highest vote retention rate of any major party, with 85% of those who supported the party in 2015 saying they will do so again in October. The NDP performs worst on this measure, retaining fewer than half of their 2015 voters. https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/pTXScxh4dm


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 11:20am
Ahead of #elxn43 campaign, no federal leader has net positive favourability with Canadians (favourable minus unfavourable) https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/JtEXC6cUDu


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 10:50am
CPC holds a 4-point advantage in our latest #elxn43 poll: https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/RHCzC3nesZ


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 10:20am
SNC-Lavalin does not appear to have hurt the Liberal Party in Quebec, their strongest area of vote support: https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/g1z0iN0h1q


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 9:50am
Vote-rich Ontario continues to be a battleground for the LPC and CPC: https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/qSHUYiavIK


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 9:20am
About one-third of 2015 Liberal voters have defected to other parties, with the CPC and NDP the primary beneficiaries: https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/IpRwrACkvy


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 8:40am
Liberal vote retention is ticking upward, but still a problem for the party ahead of October election: https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/NF3F9nRHTG


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Aug 29 - 8:00am
Ahead of September writ drop, Liberals claw back into close race with Conservatives https://t.co/1n6YM8t9XC https://t.co/8ieCZ9VWNR


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Aug 27 - 9:48am
RT @SXMCanadaTalks: Right now @davekorzinski joins @anthonyfurey to break down a few polls looking at Canadian Millennials going meatless and the top issues in #elxn43 on @NatPostRadio #SiriusXM Ch.167

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Aug 26 - 7:00pm
If they had to pick one.. which issue do Canadians consider most important in the coming election? Climate change for 1/4 overall. #affordablehousing second for young voters, health care tops for those over 55. #elxn43 #cdnpoli https://t.co/dwvGfRLE1C https://t.co/PdLKGQeFCA


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Aug 26 - 6:57pm
RT @CalgaryToday: Here's the story from @angusreidorg that I chatted with Dave Korzinski about earlier in the show. Wouldn't be shocked to see a lot of Canadians kicking tires for a while, trying to weigh the different options. Not happy with status quo, that's for sure. https://t.co/jVRCAfANsN

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Aug 26 - 6:27pm
This creates the obvious question... who will fence-sitters side with? Considerable number of uncommitted voters are considering each party. Room for growth, need for capitalization. https://t.co/dwvGfRLE1C https://t.co/DIFplLpwKM


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Aug 26 - 6:26pm
That said, those considering Green/NDP have the same top issues and are much more positive about how each party would perform: https://t.co/dwvGfRLE1C https://t.co/qix1oH4lML


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Aug 26 - 6:25pm
Here are the top three issues for uncommitted voters who are considering the Liberal Party. Many are concerned about how the government will handle transparency in government going forward, most trust them on healthcare/climate change: https://t.co/dwvGfRLE1C https://t.co/C8Oj7QcLT6


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Aug 26 - 3:18pm
RT @angusreidorg: Election 43: half the electorate up for grabs; health care, affordability, honesty are top issues for pliable voters https://t.co/mdDi8GerD2

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Aug 26 - 2:20pm
With a committed base of about one-in-eight (13%) Québec voters plus another one-in-five (19%) showing strong interest in them, the Bloc Québécois figures to once again play a decisive role in determining which party forms government come October https://t.co/dwvGfRu3a4 https://t.co/RfBVZAALBE


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