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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 2:25pm
RT @angusreidorg: Chronic Pain in Canada: One-in-three Canadian adults (34%) currently experiencing some form of pain that has lasted longer than three months. One-in-five (22%) moderately or severely impacted. https://t.co/TrryMzo040 https://t.co/YAh62p7S2P


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 3:30pm
RT @AngusReid: Here’s our full polling record over the last decade. Draw your own conclusions. We are officially a charitable foundation under CRA rules and have no ties to any party. We’ve conducted almost 400 studies over the last five years. Check out our website. https://t.co/FL0tJtLwuu

Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 12:34pm
@downtownrob88 @EricGrenierCBC @AngusReid Our federal election numbers do not indicate that the CPC base comprises 38% of the Canadian electorate. What they mean is that 38% of decided and leaning voters say they would support their riding's Conservative candidate if an election were held tomorrow https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/I1DLxDw6Cn


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 5:56pm
Updated Electoral Record https://t.co/7gPbMCBVg7

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 4:41pm
With every age group, Trudeau’s approval now sits at approximately half of what it was when he began his first term https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/6FAi49qjaY


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 2:39pm
@OhSheri1 @ShachiKurl https://t.co/CJb57LxfAq

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 1:58pm
Liberal, NDP, Green and Bloc supporters are united in rating the environment/climate change, by a wide margin, as the biggest issue facing Canada today. Conservative supporters tend to prioritize the economy, immigration and especially government spending: https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/oPs2rOaKJK


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 1:28pm
RT @ShachiKurl: @CPC_HQ One of the keys to @liberal_party victory in 2015 was capturing the imagination of younger voters. The worry, or opportunity for the Liberals is the younger vote is less locked in today: https://t.co/2LBeKK02gt


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 12:40pm
One-in-three Canadians (33%) believe Andrew Scheer would make the best Prime Minister, a nine-point advantage over Justin Trudeau (24%). That said, a significant number of Canadians (23%) remain unsure. https://t.co/0rARtvSXZu


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 11:40am
Elizabeth May is the most favourably viewed federal leader, and the only leader with a net positive rating overall: https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/iFgFWcs75n


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 11:18am
A thread going well beyond the topline numbers. Have a read! https://t.co/rClvnw3J96

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 11:17am
RT @ShachiKurl: Here's something quite telling: check out just how many Cdns are already voting in protest of one party rather than in support of the other they like: https://t.co/pX3mRwuLJc


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 11:11am
@kevinf2010 @EricGrenierCBC 1. Ontario number is in line with what Grenier's tracker has seen over past two months. Close race in ON, that number is +/- about 3 points. 2. Those protocols are handled internally at @angusreidforum to ensure sample is spread out. A robust panel minimizes likelihood of repeats

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 10:45am
The Conservative vote appears much more solid than other parties, with six-in-ten (63%) saying they are absolutely certain they will support that party: https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/PGq2pRQVrJ


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 9:45am
Four-in-ten Canadians say they're voting against a party in October more than they are for one: https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/efziIWc4e6


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 9:15am
Prime Minister Trudeau's approval remains at one-in-three this month: https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/fa8thQQuhT


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 8:45am
The Liberals regain an advantage in QC/ATL in our latest survey, trail by 2 points in Ontario: https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/GWBHyUbF2K


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 7:45am
Federal Politics: CPC lead holds, but as Liberals begin to climb, will their task be simple, or Sisyphean? https://t.co/MxpZBhHu3k https://t.co/fjvRbama2f


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Monday Jul 15 - 10:44pm
@VBofPerth Not our survey, @angusreidforum may be able to help you.

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Monday Jul 15 - 10:44pm
@cmnsense100 Not our survey, @angusreidforum may be able to help you.

Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Monday Jul 15 - 12:44pm
For a sizable minority of Canadians in chronic pain, doctors' concerns surrounding opioid addiction have prevented them from accessing prescription pain treatments https://t.co/xhAp0I0lIN https://t.co/rAw2EGRM8l


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 7:32pm
For Canadians living with chronic pain, the most common source of wait time frustration is when trying to access surgical care https://t.co/xhAp0I0lIN https://t.co/eQcN8hd8ye


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 5:50pm
RT @PainBC: In @angusreidorg’s most recent report investigating #ChronicPain in Canada, more than 75% of people with severe pain believe they would be in less pain if they could afford to pay for available treatments. Read the full report: https://t.co/yFi085u3gy https://t.co/h3U1Oimobr


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 4:57pm
Even among those currently experiencing ongoing pain, four-in-ten (42%) say they have either avoided using prescription pain medications or reduced their usage because of opioid-related health concerns: https://t.co/xhAp0I0lIN https://t.co/SrRT3ypdvp


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 3:22pm
Although some proposals to expand health coverage of more pain treatments enjoy significant public support, opioids remain a source of significant anxiety https://t.co/kxzp7ni8mx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 12:36pm
In every region of the country except Quebec, the proportion of people who believe their provincial healthcare system is doing a poor job addressing chronic pain widely outpaces the proportion who believe it is doing a good job https://t.co/xhAp0I0lIN https://t.co/fuxSXShxqn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 12:30pm
Six-in-ten (59%) Canadians, whether they personally experience chronic pain or not, would like to see the public healthcare system do more to address the needs of those with ongoing pain issues https://t.co/TrryMzo040 https://t.co/tX6CETBJxt


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 12:00pm
Overall, a significant proportion of those experiencing ongoing pain incur out-of-pocket costs for their treatments, with half (49%) saying they “mostly” or “always” pay for pain treatments themselves https://t.co/TrryMzo040 https://t.co/TMp5YrbsAM


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 11:30am
While many chronic pain treatments - including prescription medications and physiotherapy - appear more effective for those in moderate or minimal pain than for those with severe pain, cannabis was reported as highly effective across all three groups: https://t.co/xhAp0I0lIN https://t.co/veHtDlp84a


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 11:00am
For Canadians living with chronic pain, the treatment with the highest reported effectiveness rate (74%) is cannabis. On the other hand, over the counter medications, the single most-commonly used treatment, have one of the lowest rates of effectiveness https://t.co/xhAp0I0lIN https://t.co/ncGk3eYAoQ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 10:30am
One-in-five (19%) Canadians living with chronic pain, including one-in-three among those who are severely impacted by it, say they have often felt that life isn't worth living https://t.co/xhAp0I0lIN https://t.co/wTcPV9oI1s


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 10:01am
Chronic Pain in Canada: One-in-three Canadian adults (34%) currently experiencing some form of pain that has lasted longer than three months. One-in-five (22%) moderately or severely impacted. https://t.co/TrryMzo040 https://t.co/YAh62p7S2P


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 9:30am
Two-thirds of Canadians living with severe chronic pain say their condition has put a strain on their relationships. This group is also significantly more likely to experience mobility and sleep issues, depression, and loneliness (see full report): https://t.co/xhAp0I0lIN https://t.co/K3cgCrkh3w


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 9:02am
Chronic pain is an experience that more than half of the population says they have dealt with at some point in their lives, with women over 35 reporting at the highest rates https://t.co/TrryMz6oFq https://t.co/3tcC6uwSUz


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 8:30am
In Canada today, the burden of chronic pain falls disproportionately on those with annual household incomes under $100,000 https://t.co/xhAp0HIKkd https://t.co/z4FGAjnyk2


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 8:01am
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of Canadians with chronic pain agree that they would be living with less pain today if treatments were more affordable https://t.co/TrryMz6oFq https://t.co/F3G9cj0LN7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 7:01am
One-in-five (22%) report living with moderate or severe chronic pain. Most say they'd be better off if care more affordable https://t.co/xhAp0HIKkd

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 2:53pm
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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 4:17pm
On the issue of Canadian energy policy, potential supporters of all three major left-of-centre parties widely agree that environmental protection should trump economic growth. However, three-quarters of those considering the Conservatives say the opposite. https://t.co/SyynvuY6Xp https://t.co/R9oeguxQtj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 3:16pm
We are accepting applications for a Research Associate position! Read about it here: https://t.co/k90XOk4gPn https://t.co/3RACdKMtHj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 2:30pm
Looking ahead to October, how much will the government's #TMX approval influence voters in different regions of the country? Western Canadians are much more likely to hold strong views regarding the pipeline expansion than their eastern counterparts: https://t.co/SyynvuY6Xp https://t.co/BdUTK7ht78


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 1:59pm
Young men are also outliers in another key respect: they are three times more likely than the general population to have seriously considered running for office https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/IcGkBH8puc


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 1:49pm
Even for people running for federal office, where most Canadians express at least some degree of ambivalence, young men’s net favourability rating of candidates is nearly eight times higher than the national average https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/tn14jQwjY4


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jul 8 - 2:10pm
Canadians are divided between feeling positively or negatively about those who run for federal office in Canada, while they are considerably more positive about those who run in municipal elections: https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/Dt0YjkVCzN


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday Jul 8 - 1:52pm
One-third of Canadians (32%) believe Canadian politicians run for office primarily for personal gain, while fewer than one-in-five (18%) believe politicians run for office primarily out of a desire to serve their communitieshttp://angusreid.org/views-of-politicians/ https://t.co/IV77ZqYr9G


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 6:42pm
Half of Canadians think gun violence is a serious concern, while half say they believe the threat is overblown: https://t.co/BZKuf8iAE8 https://t.co/qpLMNdPBsQ


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 6:14pm
Are you taking part in #KawhiWatch? Have a look at our release about the Raptors unprecedented success and engagement here to kill some time: https://t.co/KHtQUzbRfp https://t.co/IMmBGntU9d


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 4:10pm
Here’s why Elizabeth May’s Green Party is drawing so much voter attention https://t.co/2E8FaZH5Jp https://t.co/vnxh1hcqru


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 3:55pm
Honour or Insult? Canadians divided over movement to change Indigenous sports team names https://t.co/Hocemgz9Wl https://t.co/BYWIbLYJQV


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 2 - 6:00pm
With the country celebrating its 152nd birthday yesterday, we look back to our 2016 Canada Day poll. While about 80% of people in majority-Anglophone regions say they celebrate the holiday, fewer than two-in-five Quebecers (37%) say the same. https://t.co/euX09PXxme https://t.co/hrBajl64V8


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 5:24pm
@OhSheri1 @dacaldar @AndrewScheer @ShachiKurl The poll asked respondents which federal party leader is best suited to deal with climate change. Trudeau, Scheer, Singh, May and Blanchet (in QC only) were listed as options, as well as "Not Sure" or "None of them." Full results can be found here: https://t.co/0G4Lh79mcX

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 2:30pm
Albertans and Quebecers, having recently elected upstart conservative governments by comfortable margins, are considerably more likely than other Canadians to say the quality of provincial candidates in their area has been improving https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/UymoyVPyTA


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 2:00pm
For all three levels of government, at least a plurality of Canadians says the quality of candidates in their area has not changed noticeably in the last 5-10 years. Still, very few say they have improved, with federal candidates evaluated most negatively. https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/LqSkTD1X4y


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 1:32pm
RT @saragoldvine: Young & middle aged men are more than twice as likely to consider running for elected office. Just one of the many interesting data points from new ⁦@angusreidorg⁩ survey. #cdnpoli https://t.co/Kto72r7mgc

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 1:30pm
If Canadians were to run for elected office, town/city council holds the most appeal for both men and women. However, men are nearly twice as likely to be interested in federal and provincial legislative seats, whereas women tend to prefer local roles https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/4rnrVre2zf


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 1:00pm
Young men stand out as three times more likely than the general population (16% vs. 5%) and five times more likely than young women (3%) to seriously consider running for public office https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/yMez79pnac


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 12:30pm
Whereas a majority of those who would consider supporting the Liberal Party or the NDP in a future federal election agree that women & visible minorities are less likely to get elected, nearly two-thirds (64%) of potential Conservative voters disagree https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/H13BAyYJue


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 12:01pm
Canadians divided on whether women and visible minorities are at a disadvantage as political candidates, with age and gender significant drivers of opinion on this issue https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/BEzJcLIT0C


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 11:00am
Fully two-thirds of Canadians (67%) believe it is an advantage for people running for office to have previous work experience outside of politics https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/EteIV843qc


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 10:01am
Potential Conservative voters are twice as likely as potential NDP voters and three times more likely than potential Liberal voters to say Canadian politicians generally run for office for personal gain, rather than to serve their communities https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/UzZWTJHLD2


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 9:02am
Canadians consistently view provincial and municipal candidates more favourably than federal ones. Young men hold much more positive views of political candidates, from all three levels of government than the general population. https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/RdvtQJrqCH


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 8:01am
Nearly two-thirds of Canadians (64%) believe most politicians can't be trusted. People considering voting for the federal Conservative Party are most likely to feel this way. https://t.co/pj3j17P41A https://t.co/PjLE47hsYm


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 25 - 7:01am
Trust in Government: Canadians wary of politicians and their intentions https://t.co/pj3j17P41A

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 24 - 12:42pm
RT @NatPostRadio: How do Canadians feel about #TransMountain being approved @davekorzinski from the @angusreidorg joins @anthonyfurey to break it down on @SXMCanadaTalks Ch.167

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Saturday Jun 22 - 2:34pm
@Dave_S001 You're certainly entitled to believe whatever you like. We are simply providing information for the Canadian public. Whether people are happy or upset about it is not up to us, and believe me, people are both, always.

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Saturday Jun 22 - 2:32pm
@Dave_S001 Most polls do 1,000-1,500 nationally. We did 1,800+ to oversample BC and AB. Small sample note is only for SK/MB.

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Saturday Jun 22 - 2:31pm
@Dave_S001 There is no client. No one pays us to do this work, and if we partner with an organization (other non-profits) we disclose it. https://t.co/pWolmwE969

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 3:36pm
A majority of BC residents still support the #TMX, though opposition has risen over the past year: https://t.co/SyynvuGvyP https://t.co/g91Cydm0N2


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 2:45pm
@manusafebc @BIVnews Not an Angus Reid Institute poll. I think you mean Angus Reid Forum (@angusreidforum)

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 12:02pm
@Dave_S001 https://t.co/p56WbtYdnY


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 11:30am
Those who oppose the TransMountain pipeline expansion are far more concerned about local opposition than those who support it: https://t.co/BZMQsDOzXH https://t.co/5zoqLwAAJt


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 11:15am
Shovels in the ground: Majority say Liberals made right decision in approving TransMountain expansion https://t.co/BZMQsDOzXH https://t.co/EkjKwKqCBY


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 10:58am
@6974searchlight @AngusReid There is no VI data on this release, just sphere. We ask the political consideration question to get an idea of political affiliation for analysis without having to rely on fed vote last, which was almost 4 years ago now.

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 10:45am
When it comes to Canada's energy policy, which should take precedence - economic growth or environmental protection? Canadians' opinions vary greatly: https://t.co/BZMQsDOzXH https://t.co/qpqS0mK5hy


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 10:15am
RT @ShachiKurl: More than half say Liberals made right decision in approving TransMountain expansion - via @angusreidorg https://t.co/2hS5Yst2LQ #cdnpoli

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 10:00am
Although a majority of Canadians support the #TMX project, significant concerns about its potential environmental impact remain https://t.co/BZMQsDOzXH https://t.co/fNW4P65Rwp


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 9:56am
@NamgisFinn Just for Sask and Man #'s where the sample sizes are smaller and subject to more variance. Margin of error much smaller for the national total.

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 9:30am
Majority support for the #TMX in BC holds, though opposition is up 10 points since last year: https://t.co/BZMQsDOzXH #bcpoli https://t.co/5b1pgwC9yQ


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 9:00am
Majorities of those considering the Conservatives (76%) and Liberals (65%) in the coming election approve of the government's #TMX decision. Potential NDP and Green supporters more divided. https://t.co/BZMQsDOzXH https://t.co/xUtpvcH11N


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 8:52am
RT @JeanMarcLeger1: La majorité canadienne soutient l’expansion du pipeline TransMountain...sauf au Québec. https://t.co/v9PJGpgjug

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 8:00am
58% of Canadians, led by vast majorities in Alberta (87%) and Saskatchewan (80%), support the #TMX project. Quebec is the only province where more people oppose it. https://t.co/BZMQsDOzXH https://t.co/OZeMEE79js


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 21 - 7:00am
Shovels in the Ground: Majority say Liberals made right decision in approving TransMountain expansion #tmx #transmountain https://t.co/BZMQsDOzXH https://t.co/FQhNPNkUds


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 18 - 2:00pm
Those who use modern technology to connect with friends and family are largely positive about the experience - few say they dislike relying on it to keep in touch: https://t.co/dhfKGrWyKr https://t.co/vGR6WvFumG


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 18 - 1:28pm
A Portrait of social isolation and loneliness in Canada today https://t.co/dhfKGrWyKr https://t.co/xMhGb2vr0w


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 18 - 12:56pm
RT @thecfelix: Interesting new research out yesterday from @angusreidorg and @cardusca on Social Isolation & Lonileness Quick #dataviz here that links to their much more in-depth analysis and treatment on the topic @tableaupublic @tableau https://t.co/7gbkoGbsOt

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 18 - 12:51pm
RT @cardusca: Britain considers loneliness an epidemic, is it time Canada took similar measures? Nearly half of Canadians say they are lonely, according to new @angusreidorg study on loneliness and social isolation. Watch on @globalnews: https://t.co/r8ZioOJwRB #cdnpoli

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 6:21pm
In a time of emotional need, nearly one-in-five Canadians (18%) couldn’t say for sure they would have someone to count on. This feeling is more than twice as prevalent among the Desolate (41%), i.e. those who are both lonely and isolated: https://t.co/dhfKGrWyKr https://t.co/FVNhyN2FA1


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 4:05pm
RT @JoanneKaattari: @angusreidorg Last winter we invited a disabled friend on a hike with us. He was so overjoyed, it was as if he’d been just released from prison. We never knew how bad things were & now seek to include him regularly. Loneliness & isolation are big challenges of our time. 💔

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 4:00pm
Social isolation and loneliness correlated with a variety of negative health outcomes: Whether it’s financial, physical or mental well-being, significant gaps exist between those with more connected social infrastructures and those without https://t.co/dhfKGrWyKr https://t.co/ye98zmMLon


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 3:00pm
While each index group has members of all levels of wealth within it, The Desolate are twice as likely as The Cherished to have household incomes below $50,000 per year (41% vs. 21%) https://t.co/dhfKGrWyKr https://t.co/My6vLMJCtb


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 2:00pm
RT @cardusca: Loneliness and social isolation are growing problems in Canada. A new survey conducted by @angusreidorg sheds light on the issue: https://t.co/ICYgkosACs https://t.co/edIC6KZ8cK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 2:00pm
More than four-in-ten Canadians (42%) sometimes or often feel alone even when they're with other people. This feeling is especially common among young women. https://t.co/dhfKGrWyKr https://t.co/hzjfwSwOkS


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 12:41pm
Physical disability is highly correlated with more intense feelings of loneliness and social isolation. Those with a physical disability are nearly twice as likely as those without one to find themselves in the "Desolate" group on our new Index: https://t.co/dhfKGrWyKr https://t.co/JtXe6XKhFG


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 12:35pm
RT @dmitchellYOW: Almost half of Canadians experience social isolation and #loneliness today. Thanks @angusreidorg #health #connections https://t.co/3D97tiivaK

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 11:00am
Those who score more highly on our Index for Loneliness and Social Isolation face a number of increased problems - one of which is a lack of a financial support system: https://t.co/0btWSv61rO https://t.co/Gwqa8SVTzP


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 10:00am
A look at how age interacts with our Index on Loneliness and Social Isolation: https://t.co/0btWSv61rO https://t.co/JxGOtLwMQY


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 9:30am
One-in-five Canadians say they rarely or never have a meaningful conversation about their life. More on social isolation and loneliness in our new report here: https://t.co/0btWSv61rO https://t.co/lukfBmTFdh


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 9:00am
Today we take a look at social isolation, loneliness, and the factors contributing to each: https://t.co/0btWSv61rO https://t.co/WWvNqhASCp


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Jun 17 - 8:00am
A Portrait of social isolation and loneliness in Canada today https://t.co/0btWSv61rO https://t.co/ElfkgIw9I1


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Jun 14 - 6:46pm
Our weekly recap - Liberals stop the bleeding: https://t.co/0G4Lh79mcX Time to change sports team names? https://t.co/HocemgQLkV https://t.co/RHBWF9OrAo


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