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Angus Reid Institute
13 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 8:40pm
RT @ShachiKurl: Hello! As we learn the annual inflation rate hit 4.4% last month, we're sharing new data from @angusreidorg about Cdns, their financial situs & how cost of living is driving opinion about when to end pandemic benefits. I'll walk through the data & invite you to follow along!

Angus Reid Institute
19 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 3:32pm
The past year has been very tough on those worst off financially in Canada. More on our research here: https://t.co/qQ0u73lY9j https://t.co/T31Y5ZKbEz


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Angus Reid Institute
19 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 3:32pm
Something we discussed today in our release: https://t.co/qQ0u73lY9j https://t.co/lRMEv9qx3W https://t.co/76EpjOssPW


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Angus Reid Institute
19 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 3:00pm
Half of Canadians believe large government deficits make their life worse. For the most vulnerable along the Economic Vulnerability Index, 56 per cent believe the same. https://t.co/qQ0u734nhL https://t.co/3noqGU4MBx


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Angus Reid Institute
20 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 2:22pm
CRB to the curb?: Majority want benefits to end before next year, including two-in-five who would cut them immediately https://t.co/qQ0u73lY9j https://t.co/mg0qi7dcuc


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Angus Reid Institute
20 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 2:00pm
Nine-in-ten Canadians believe the rising cost of living is a greater concern than the security of their income and job. https://t.co/qQ0u734nhL https://t.co/dbdxt0hCYX


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Angus Reid Institute
21 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 1:00pm
There is a partisan divide in how long government COVID-19 benefits should last. Majorities of Bloc and CPC voters would like them to end immediately while pluralities of NDP and Liberal voters would like them to continue until the pandemic is over. https://t.co/qQ0u734nhL https://t.co/x1rKDiXNCx


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Angus Reid Institute
22 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 12:01pm
Pandemic benefits are set to expire on Oct. 23. Two-in-five Canadians are in favour of ending them immediately, while a further one-in-six would like them to end before the end of the year. https://t.co/qQ0u734nhL https://t.co/J3tkoYxsXB


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Angus Reid Institute
23 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 11:00am
A rise in interest rates risks overloading Canadians. Half believe a two-point increase would have a negative impact on their household finances while half of the most financially vulnerable believe the impact would be "very negative." https://t.co/qQ0u734nhL https://t.co/ZrdAi6CWe6


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 10:01am
Two-in-five Canadians say their income is not keeping up with rising grocery prices. Virtually all of those in Dire Straits by the Economic Vulnerability Index say their income has not risen sufficiently to cover those costs. https://t.co/qQ0u734nhL https://t.co/EvIysZW218


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 9:00am
The Economic Vulnerability Index measures Canadians' ability to withstand external economic shocks. Nine-in-ten of the most vulnerable say it is difficult to afford to feed their family currently. https://t.co/qQ0u734nhL https://t.co/bPpRwbfVX6


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 8:00am
CRB to the curb?: Majority want benefits to end before next year, including two-in-five who would cut them immediately https://t.co/qQ0u734nhL https://t.co/3fLGzPZXTI


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 5:12pm
Three-in-five vaccinated Canadians would take booster ASAP, four-in-five willing overall: https://t.co/7UwySwh0GQ https://t.co/a1RSJYCnls


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 4:29pm
Kids and COVID: Half of Canadian parents with children aged 5-11 ready to vaccinate their little ones ASAP https://t.co/7UwySwh0GQ https://t.co/q5Pth51Biy


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 4:28pm
RT @ShachiKurl: Results of our new study in partnership with @UBC https://t.co/tR6Ye2tkc0

Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 4:00pm
New today: Diversity and Education: Half of Canadian kids witness ethnic, racial bullying at their school https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/nGzo99eGAU


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 3:00pm
Children in more diverse schools are significantly more likely to say that they have learned about racism in Canada’s history than those who say their student body is made up of kids from mostly the same background. https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/kmipKoFqlo


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 2:00pm
One-quarter (26%) of kids aged 12 to 17 say they learned a lot about racism in Canada throughout history at school, but nearly as many (21%) say they haven’t learned anything at all about it. https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/mJnUCIXB5G


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 1:00pm
Nine-in-ten Canadian middle and high schoolers (87%) say they talk about racism with their parents, including one-in-three where it’s a regular family topic of conversation. https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/JrDUz8iiYZ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 12:01pm
Kids are overwhelmingly more ambivalent than approving or disapproving about ethnic diversity in the classroom. At least two-thirds say it "doesn't matter" when it comes to their peers celebrating different holidays or speaking different languages. https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/QevcA9w0Fx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 11:01am
Children who have experienced or witnessed racism at their school say, most often, teachers try to discourage the behaviour and talk to the bullies about it. But one-quarter (23%) of kids say teachers ignore racist behaviour, or are unaware of it. https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/OUlELXF7Pu


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 10:01am
While half of kids who experienced or witnessed racism at their schools say kids try to discourage the behaviour, 44 per cent say other kids don’t care or pretend it’s not happening, and a small number say other kids actively encourage these behaviours. https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/9CeAjLxQNj


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 9:00am
Among those who say that they have been the target of ill treatment, 43 per cent say it is something that they carry with them after it happens. More than half (57%) say it doesn’t bother them, or that they’re able to move past it. https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/w5NaEzuGfU


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 8:00am
Half of Canadian middle and high schoolers say kids name call or use insults based on racial or ethnic background at their school, while smaller proportions say kids are made to feel unwelcome or are bullied based on their racial or ethnic background. https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/beUHHRXTL1


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 7:00am
Diversity and Education: Half of Canadian kids witness ethnic, racial bullying at their school https://t.co/7COSDOpgRT https://t.co/7aD8jKnZ0q


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 2:01pm
Concern about getting sick from COVID-19 far more prevalent among those who are vaccinated: https://t.co/ClAp5bZdOG https://t.co/ds8nyZSd0s


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 12:05pm
Percentage of Canadians saying life will 'never' go back to a pre-COVID normal has nearly doubled since late 2020: https://t.co/7UwySwh0GQ https://t.co/Ij3nf8gel3


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 12:01pm
While half of Canadian parents say they are ready to vaccinate their children, nearly one quarter say they won't: https://t.co/auas1V7gUA https://t.co/UUUDPyby7O


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 9:45am
Older vaccinated Canadians appear eager for third shot - this eagerness diminishes by age group but most still willing to take booster: https://t.co/7UwySvZpPi https://t.co/xDVykzStd1


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 8:45am
Booster shots: Three-in-five would take a third dose immediately when available, one-in-five on board but would wait: https://t.co/7UwySvZpPi https://t.co/oplmpd9C5F


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 7:45am
Kids and COVID: Half of Canadian parents with children aged 5-11 ready to vaccinate their little ones ASAP https://t.co/7UwySvZpPi https://t.co/sWXW9AkVJB


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 1:45pm
Our quarterly Premier Approval rankings find dissatisfaction rising across the country: https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/Rg6rslpNWI


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 12:45pm
Across the political spectrum, few Canadian voters want their current party leader to step aside for a new face: https://t.co/UIQXFhbR8s https://t.co/ljjZSEAJSM


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 11:45am
Prime Minister Trudeau's approval rating is up five points post-election: https://t.co/UIQXFhbR8s https://t.co/hndvdc1o1R


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 10:45am
The top issues facing the country before the election are the same ones facing the country after it. Priority for health care/COVID19 rises: https://t.co/UIQXFhbR8s https://t.co/7kvgcTxJ9W


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 9:45am
Just one-in-five Canadians say the 2021 federal election was a worthwhile opportunity for Canadians to have their say. Four-in-five say it was a waste of time and money: https://t.co/UIQXFhbR8s https://t.co/qnYsR5Q6r7


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 8:45am
Three-in-five Canadians would have preferred outcome of election held using proportional distribution, including three-in-ten Liberal voters: https://t.co/UIQXFhbR8s https://t.co/BsG0tzkxaU


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 7:45am
New today: Majority of each party’s voter base say their leaders should maintain position heading into next election https://t.co/UIQXFhbR8s https://t.co/nVlcwwM9A3


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 5:00pm
Premiers’ Performance: Leader approval plummets in most provinces; Moe, Higgs suffer dramatic slides https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/hXju00UROb


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 4:00pm
After enjoying relatively stable favourability rates over the last year, Premier François Legault’s approval falls to 56 per cent. This still makes him one of the most approved of premiers in the country. https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/AgoJUotxuG


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 3:00pm
New Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston is in his honeymoon period, a majority approve of him and he has few detractors. One-in-five have yet to form an opinion. https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/xm9XxFmEg0


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 2:22pm
As Canada enters a "post-Meng and Michaels" phase of its relationship with China, Canadians hold a historically negative view of that country: https://t.co/rApF3Xdeiu https://t.co/3y8k4ZP0Bf


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 2:00pm
As Newfoundland and Labrador grapples with the highest unemployment rate in the country, Premier Andrew Furey's approval rating slips from 62 to 56 per cent. https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/iEcEFOzNJR


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 1:00pm
While the trend has been negative since May of last year, Premier John Horgan still holds the approval of over half of British Columbians. https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/r0zrBmOCSP


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 12:59pm
RT @CTVMarkVillani: Here's a look at the latest @angusreidorg Premier Approval poll. Approval for #Alberta Premier @jkenney is down 9% and he is a full 13% below the second least popular premier. #yyc #yeg #yql #ymm #abpoli @CTVCalgary https://t.co/4R8H4XYLzt


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 12:37pm
Our quarterly Premier Approval numbers are out and the trend is... downward. https://t.co/MKGxn7zWFt https://t.co/awcLgyzASx


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 12:01pm
For the first time in his tenure, Premier Scott Moe does not enjoy a majority level of approval, with only two-in-five (43%) saying they approve of him. https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/hHLvQF8ujj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 11:00am
The number of New Brunswickers who approve of Blaine Higgs has dropped precipitously since last quarter and now sits at only 38 per cent. https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/kHjMiTsQzy


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 10:00am
Ontario’s Doug Ford is the only premier in power since June who didn't see his approval decline. https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/74xs8rJyRl


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 9:00am
Just one-in-five Albertans approve of Premier Jason Kenney, a new low point in his two-year stint as premier. https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/Tk6vqn5VTz


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 8:00am
Premiers’ Performance: Leader approval plummets in most provinces; Moe, Higgs suffer dramatic slides https://t.co/MKGxn7Ry43 https://t.co/aJqPlHKnow


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 2:00pm
Three quarters (77%) of francophones in Quebec concerned about the future of the French language, only 9 per cent of anglophones in the province say the same: https://t.co/H2ZqWI5QbJ https://t.co/KPdqSnrkxt


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 2:00pm
Les trois quarts (77 %) des francophones au Québec s'inquiètent de l'avenir de la langue française, alors que seulement 9 % des anglophones de la province en disent pareil: https://t.co/dhTYJ3vxb0 https://t.co/hSmzAoBRTY


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 12:01pm
New report traces uneven growth of French-English bilingualism in Canada and explores the debate surrounding Quebec’s proposed Bill 96: https://t.co/SOBHcwD4UZ https://t.co/gV3KDW5qgj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 12:01pm
Un nouveau rapport trace la croissance inégale du bilinguisme français-anglais au Canada et explore le débat entourant le projet de loi 96 au Québec : https://t.co/n1yKAirGO8 https://t.co/BMfyM0VxIB


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 2:41pm
RT @angusreidorg: The number of Canadians who hold a favourable view of China has reached the lowest point since 2005. Only one-in-ten Canadians say they view China favourably or very favourably. https://t.co/rApF3Xdeiu https://t.co/JaPzQ6VHHj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 12:01pm
Canadians say the U.S. deserves as much credit for the release of Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig as their own country. One-in-three believe Canada deserves no credit at all. https://t.co/rApF3XuPH4 https://t.co/VSw2GSoSCi


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 11:00am
Three-quarters of Canadians believe "human rights and the rule of law" should be more important than trade considerations in Canada's relationship with China, an increase of 14 percentage points since January 2019. https://t.co/rApF3Xdeiu https://t.co/AgvEYDxnb7


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 10:00am
The number of Canadians who hold a favourable view of China has reached the lowest point since 2005. Only one-in-ten Canadians say they view China favourably or very favourably. https://t.co/rApF3Xdeiu https://t.co/JaPzQ6VHHj


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 9:00am
Three-in-five Canadians believe their country should've intervened sooner in Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's case in U.S. courts. https://t.co/rApF3XuPH4 https://t.co/RvDgcWTxPC


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 7 - 8:00am
Credit Check: Canadians say U.S. deserves as much credit for Two Michaels’ release as their own country https://t.co/rApF3XuPH4 https://t.co/SpcLL01Hke


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 27 - 4:26pm
RT @amssabc: A new study from @angusreidorg finds some Canadians pushing back on the idea of returning to work onsite. #WorkFromHome brought social & mental health challenges, but most assess their productivity as good or better than at office. More survey findings at https://t.co/6VpGtqrRVT

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 24 - 5:39pm
RT @angusreidorg: With 99.9% of polls reporting: Thank you to everyone who followed through the campaign, and as always, we are hard at work on a number of interesting and important projects. Stay tuned, and view our latest studies at https://t.co/C9NmrpAbvF. #Elxn44 https://t.co/Ry7YGC7RzY


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 7:32pm
And our congratulations to the teams at @JeanMarcLeger1 @niknanos @EKOSResearch @IpsosCanada @ForumPoll @abacusdataca @MainStResearch @Counselpa @mario_canseco for their work in helping to inform Canadians over the past six weeks.

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 23 - 7:17pm
With 99.9% of polls reporting: Thank you to everyone who followed through the campaign, and as always, we are hard at work on a number of interesting and important projects. Stay tuned, and view our latest studies at https://t.co/C9NmrpAbvF. #Elxn44 https://t.co/Ry7YGC7RzY


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 22 - 7:14pm
@PKessel87 @JeanMarcLeger1 @338Canada Yes? What would you like? Our election call was near-identical. LPC 31% BQ 31% CPC 19% NDP 11% https://t.co/NdGnLit39E

Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Tuesday Sep 21 - 10:49pm
Much ado about nothing? Canadian voters return a parliament that looks much the same as the last. We look at some factors that led to the result: https://t.co/52AZySHZxf https://t.co/4ykGgYa5oU


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 20 - 7:02pm
Wondering which ridings to watch? Here are 22 that will be key to deciding the outcome: https://t.co/sEcn7sdr7l https://t.co/C5LwfeLD0a


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 20 - 6:44pm
@DavidColetto @CPAC_TV PM!

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 20 - 6:41pm
Happy Election Day everyone. Make sure you get out to vote!

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 18 - 8:19pm
With 48 hours until results start rolling in, CPC, LPC in statistical tie as NDP, PPC take bites out of vote share: https://t.co/NdGnLit39E https://t.co/HbESX61T75


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 18 - 8:12pm
@6974searchlight @CDNAngryPenguin @AngusReid 18+million votes cast in 2019, so that would be about one-in-three if turnout holds. Hard to predict during pandemic.

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Saturday Sep 18 - 3:50pm
@TheNaumy Not our final poll 😉

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 17 - 2:35pm
Priorities for millions of Canadians with disabilities 'left out' of election campaign, say advocates. With data from our recent study: https://t.co/8VV31OTS1z

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 16 - 4:55pm
View our COVID19 public opinion data here, all in one place: https://t.co/zSGQ2inSKK https://t.co/D3TOEgRxDd


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 16 - 4:53pm
RT @angusreidorg: We saw little movement toward acceptance of vaccine passports in Alberta and Saskatchewan, despite significant push in the rest of the country: https://t.co/LeeRSaBAn3 https://t.co/fjXFrUPWnn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 16 - 2:50pm
We saw little movement toward acceptance of vaccine passports in Alberta and Saskatchewan, despite significant push in the rest of the country: https://t.co/LeeRSaBAn3 https://t.co/fjXFrUPWnn


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 16 - 2:49pm
Growing support for vaccine passports has likely made recent provincial decisions easier for leadership, though considerable disagreement continues in Alberta, Saskatchewan: https://t.co/LeeRSaBAn3 https://t.co/OUC33gLRf0


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 16 - 2:21pm
Canadiens pick of Logan Mailloux underlines a broader problem in hockey culture https://t.co/DRk9yo3feh https://t.co/Vjco1RLNlq


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 16 - 1:05pm
As @CanadiensMTL launch new sexual cyberviolence awareness program today, public generally agrees more needs to be done. https://t.co/s12TWttcvB

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 15 - 11:35am
We asked Canadians about the debates last week. Both English and French speakers say the process was largely informative for them, though just over one-in-three push back, saying they didn't learn much: https://t.co/tqQS1bz9R6 https://t.co/Y3P7kDoIdg


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Sep 15 - 11:11am
Who impressed most in the #Elxn44 debates? Those who watched most say Annamie Paul and Erin O'Toole: https://t.co/tqQS1bz9R6 https://t.co/VLrzoT8Yns


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Sep 14 - 2:18pm
Our latest on #ELXN44. Tight race with just days until Canadians head to the polls: https://t.co/psCHYGhOLI https://t.co/aOMyqb5dM9


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 13 - 6:35pm
Blanchet, Paul emerge from debate with personal momentum, little change in their parties’ fortunes https://t.co/psCHYGhOLI https://t.co/QfcynAmFet


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 13 - 6:03pm
With one week until Election Day it's a two-way race that looks a lot like 2019 at the top. NDP supported by one-in-five and PPC support doubles from early campaign level: https://t.co/KQmRgIce64


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Sep 13 - 5:48pm
New - Election 44: With one week left in campaign, CPC and Liberals locked in two-way race, mirroring 2019 https://t.co/psCHYGzqai https://t.co/dukkH282Hl


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 1:40pm
@Mariegla @ShachiKurl If you have questions about the debate, the format, the questions, etc. We encourage you to contact @debates_can. The Institute has had no input into this process whatsoever.

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 1:36pm
@MissTFy @miki_lou @HeatherMoAndCo @ShachiKurl Like these! https://t.co/MhEJfnJuOc

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 1:34pm
@PierreJDupont @montrealsimon If you have questions about the debate, the format, the questions, etc. We encourage you to contact @debates_can. The Institute has had no input into this process whatsoever.

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 1:33pm
@robiwan4s @Dan_GT2 If you have questions about the debate, the format, the questions, etc. We encourage you to contact @debates_can. The Institute has had no input into this process whatsoever.

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 1:33pm
RT @angusreidorg: If you have questions about the debate, the format, the questions, etc. We encourage you to contact @debates_can. The Institute has had no input into this process whatsoever. We have been busy! Vax Pass: https://t.co/LeeRSaBAn3 Disability and #Elxn44: https://t.co/ibrIqRYkVn

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 12:38pm
RT @macleans: Happening now! @ShachiKurl is discussing how last night's #leadersdebate went. #cdnpoli #elxn2021 https://t.co/b76vazKX8m

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 12:36pm
The Issues: https://t.co/MhEJfnJuOc Back to School: https://t.co/YWl1DyQNls

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 12:35pm
If you have questions about the debate, the format, the questions, etc. We encourage you to contact @debates_can. The Institute has had no input into this process whatsoever. We have been busy! Vax Pass: https://t.co/LeeRSaBAn3 Disability and #Elxn44: https://t.co/ibrIqRYkVn

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Sep 10 - 12:17pm
Support for vaccine passports grows, seven-in-ten Canadians now support it in public spaces https://t.co/LeeRSaBAn3 https://t.co/8GBc61XvvH


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 9 - 5:41pm
Which potential government would reduce Canada's emissions? Few think either the CPC or the Liberals would improve the situation greatly, but the Liberals garner near triple the support on this issue: https://t.co/MhEJfnJuOc https://t.co/pLx18fF1hR


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 9 - 5:33pm
Healthcare and the Environment/Climate are the top two issues in the country. They were the top two issues in 2019. Here's how those Canadians view the possibility of a Liberal vs CPC government on each: https://t.co/MhEJfnJuOc https://t.co/4QIEPOalv7


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 9 - 12:01pm
Support for proof of vaccination in public spaces: May - 55% July - 59% September - 70% https://t.co/LeeRSajZvv https://t.co/15AeVeqq24


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 9 - 11:07am
Wishing all the best to our President @ShachiKurl who will be moderating the English language debate tonight. A great opportunity for Canadians to see the candidates answer some important questions.

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Sep 9 - 11:00am
Debate issues: Conservatives dominate on economy; Liberals preferred on COVID-19, climate change https://t.co/MhEJfnrTWE https://t.co/mV7hoqd1Jx


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