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Angus Reid Institute
5 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 11:01am
Two-in-five say they would support the BCNDP in an election with David Eby as leader. One-in-three would vote for the opposition BC Liberals. https://t.co/dLsPy8Phn0 https://t.co/qjzOFZSU4W


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Angus Reid Institute
6 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 10:01am
On health care, cost of living, and housing affordability – the three top issues according to British Columbians – at least 73 per cent in each case say the government is doing a poor job. https://t.co/dLsPy8Phn0 https://t.co/2I0o5UTQ4w


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Angus Reid Institute
7 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 9:01am
If he does take over the party and the provincial leadership later this year, David Eby will have to introduce himself to a large portion of the province. https://t.co/dLsPy8Phn0 https://t.co/GT2SxdtIhN


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Angus Reid Institute
8 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 8:01am
The Horgan Legacy: Outgoing premier beats B.C. political odds by leaving on a high, but not without criticism https://t.co/dLsPy8Phn0 https://t.co/xLeDXA6pWv


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 2:01pm
New today: UCP leadership race leaves Albertans largely uninspired by their options, worried about potential result https://t.co/Dr1mRLPqkG https://t.co/fpP83NAdZD


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 1:01pm
A majority (59%) of Albertans feel Jason Kenney will be remembered as a below average premier. https://t.co/Dr1mRLPqkG https://t.co/TriHVwYIFt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 12:01pm
As the UCP prepares to announce the winner of its leadership race, the party's political fortunes are rising. Approaching half (47%) of Albertans say they would vote UCP if an election were held today. https://t.co/Dr1mRLPqkG https://t.co/huYgjzWcqt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 11:01am
A majority of Albertans oppose Danielle Smith's proposed Alberta Sovereignty Act. However, there is division along political lines on this matter. https://t.co/Dr1mRLPqkG https://t.co/vlsVEzEStA


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 10:01am
More than two-in-five in Alberta say it would be "terrible" for the province if the NDP led by Rachel Notley won the spring election. https://t.co/Dr1mRLPqkG https://t.co/kNhJnKY3rP


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 9:01am
As was the case in the summer, Danielle Smith and Brian Jean lead the UCP leadership field in appeal. https://t.co/Dr1mRLPqkG https://t.co/s5Hv7OqnMO


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 8:04am
Some believe relations between Canada and Indigenous peoples are improving, others are not so convinced. Today is a day to talk, but more importantly, to listen. If you want to learn more about the TRC or Indigenous history, click here to start: https://t.co/GjCKaVw62O https://t.co/oATrDeYwWW


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 8:02am
Recognition is important but this and apologies are only a portion of healing. Earlier this year we found Indigenous respondents and Canadians in agreement that an apology from Pope Francis for the role the church played was meaningful, but that more is needed. (2) https://t.co/zHJGQIl4If


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Angus Reid Institute
3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 8:00am
Today we take time to reflect on the legacy of the residential school system and the horrific damage done to Indigenous children and families. In 2015, when we asked, 7/10 agreed with the TRC’s characterization of residential schools as “cultural genocide.” (1) https://t.co/jMTw4eG6Wy


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 1:00pm
New today: Cutting back: Nine-in-ten Canadians now tightening household budgets as inflation, high prices persist https://t.co/YF7zJOjG4P https://t.co/e7mDizE7j0


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:01pm
Canadians are divided on what they believe should be the Bank of Canada's next move. However, when compared to May, more want the Bank to lower rates, and fewer are calling for higher rates. https://t.co/YF7zJOjG4P https://t.co/KwgrpJDktz


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 11:00am
Canadians expect the impact of a stricter credit market to be more negative than positive on their personal finances. https://t.co/YF7zJOkdUn https://t.co/9wprtxZzO5


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 10:01am
Canadians in households earning less than $50,000 annually are much more likely to report difficulties putting food on the table – more than two thirds say this. https://t.co/YF7zJOkdUn https://t.co/RUKI3hSof3


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 9:00am
Nearly half of Canadians say they're worse off financially now than they were at the same time last year, the highest level recorded since 2010. https://t.co/YF7zJOjG4P https://t.co/f5ZJQ56TPX


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 8:01am
Cutting back: Nine-in-ten Canadians now tightening household budgets as inflation, high prices persist https://t.co/YF7zJOjG4P https://t.co/uujr9cHZut


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 3:30pm
L’avantage que la CAQ semble avoir sur ses rivaux se situe parmi les électeurs plus âgés. L’appui aux Conservateurs dépend de la participation parmi les jeunes hommes et celui à Québec Solidaire des jeunes femmes. https://t.co/i9EeJG06yl https://t.co/X9ZJWCL6qX


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 3:00pm
New today: Quebec Election: CAQ leads a crowded political field while three parties battle for second place https://t.co/CQHYMrJAvI https://t.co/vecrc3IxVa


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 2:30pm
Trois Québécois sur dix (29%) disent que Legault et la CAQ sont le meilleur choix pour veiller aux soins de santé dans la province. https://t.co/i9EeJG06yl https://t.co/5ekIPepy7x


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 1:01pm
The advantage the CAQ appears to have over its rivals is among older voters. Conservative support hinges on participation among young men and Québec Solidaire support on young women. https://t.co/CQHYMrJAvI https://t.co/TGHaXnOhIf


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 12:01pm
Québec Solidaire is seen by three-in-ten as the best party to lead on the environment. https://t.co/CQHYMrJAvI https://t.co/LfemnFYdnb


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 11:30am
Le premier ministre sortant François Legault et la CAQ sont le choix qui ressort clairement pour l’économie, choisis comme les meilleurs pour diriger par 40%. https://t.co/i9EeJG06yl https://t.co/LAQPkDzIEi


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 11:01am
Legault and the CAQ are more likely to be seen as best to lead on health care and economic growth than the other parties and their leaders. https://t.co/CQHYMrJAvI https://t.co/dTwZ80c5To


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 10:01am
The top election issues according to Quebecers are health care, the environment and the economy. However, there is much seperation between health care, chosen by three-in-five, and the other two. https://t.co/CQHYMrJAvI https://t.co/VLyD8nCKN2


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 9:30am
Un tiers des Québécois (36%) dit que la province est sur la bonne voie, tandis que davantage disent qu’elle se dirige dans le mauvais sens. https://t.co/i9EeJG06yl https://t.co/wjfzyZ0NEy


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 9:00am
One-third (36%) of Quebecers say the province is on the right track, while more say it is heading in the wrong direction. https://t.co/CQHYMrJAvI https://t.co/gtfZz5byBV


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 8:05am
Élections au Québec: La CAQ mène dans un champ politique bondé où trois partis se disputent la deuxième place https://t.co/i9EeJG06yl https://t.co/30FNvRB1QS


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Angus Reid Institute
5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 8:01am
Quebec Election: CAQ leads a crowded political field while three parties battle for second place https://t.co/CQHYMrJAvI https://t.co/NVW0sM3LIZ


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 3:00pm
New today: Federal Politics: Conservatives open seven-point lead over Liberals as past PPC voters migrate to Poilievre https://t.co/ggt8NdtZbw https://t.co/zoSQ7NFmtD


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 2:01pm
While the main federal parties enjoy professed support from at least three-quarters of those who voted for them in 2021, this is not the case for the PPC. Three-quarters of this group say they would now vote for the Conservatives. https://t.co/ggt8NdtZbw https://t.co/e9mvrZtQi1


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 1:20pm
On the balance, Canadians are more likely to apply negative characteristics than positive ones to Pierre Poilievre and Justin Trudeau. https://t.co/ggt8NdtZbw https://t.co/5FRpS1rlVk


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 12:55pm
Poilievre's favourability numbers by federal vote 2021: https://t.co/ggt8NdtZbw https://t.co/tSs2Ih0YoQ


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 12:38pm
Pierre Poilievre enters his leadership term with vastly higher unfavourable numbers than his predecessors: https://t.co/ggt8Ndux14 https://t.co/Zhx5ylWuvm


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 12:37pm
RT @PeeJayAitch: From @angusreidorg today: An emerging gender dynamic at play, re: Trudeau and Poilievre. Women are far more likely to approve of Trudeau’s performance (47% vs 32%). When asked about Poilievre, 45 per cent of men view him favourably, compared to just 26 per cent of women.

Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 11:00am
Overall, two-in-five Canadians approve of Trudeau's performance as prime minister, while more than half do not. https://t.co/ggt8NdtZbw https://t.co/HuYjxV1jco


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 10:01am
Poilievre is seen as best to lead on managing the federal deficit, economic growth, and the cost of living. Trudeau is the preferred choice to steward Canada’s place on the world stage, the social safety net, climate change policy, and health care. https://t.co/ggt8NdtZbw https://t.co/WXN3x6UW2J


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 9:00am
Three-in-five believe the cost of living is a top issue facing Canada, outpacing health care, climate change, housing affordability and the economy more broadly. https://t.co/ggt8NdtZbw https://t.co/cpWtz1eVem


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Angus Reid Institute
6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 8:01am
Federal Politics: Conservatives open seven-point lead over Liberals as past PPC voters migrate to Poilievre https://t.co/ggt8NdtZbw https://t.co/PPADF0s0w0


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 3:00pm
New today: Premiers’ Performance: Moe regains momentum, front-runner Legault seeks re-election with lowest approval of term https://t.co/wfMd2FFitq https://t.co/4HOfPBXDmL


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 2:10pm
Our apologies: Today's report was sent late to some of our mailing list due to a glitch. It should be in all inboxes now. Sorry again. https://t.co/wfMd2FFitq

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 1:52pm
The good news for Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston: 2nd highest approval in Canada this quarter at 53%. The bad news: a 20-point drop since March https://t.co/wfMd2FEKDS https://t.co/Y8iF8YEaqK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 1:38pm
B.C.'s John Horgan regains majority approval in what will be his last quarter as BCNDP leader: #bcpoli https://t.co/wfMd2FFitq https://t.co/UB2viC1E7f


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 8:00am
Premiers’ Performance: Moe regains momentum, front-runner Legault seeks re-election with lowest approval of term https://t.co/wfMd2FEKDS https://t.co/T2ocktrfyi


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 16 - 5:56pm
RT @Spencerpress: On one hand, we admit Canada's public health-care system is falling apart before our eyes. On the other, we’re not ready for certain kinds of radical change, writes @ShachiKurl of @angusreidorg. #cdnpoli @OttawaCitizen https://t.co/HxZjlnscYP

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 6:35pm
RT @CanadianPolling: Net Agreement - 'More private healthcare would improve the healthcare system' All: -28% PPC: +44% CPC: +24% BQ: -2% GPC: -36% LPC: -48% NDP: -65% Angus Reid / August 10, 2022 / n=2279 / Online

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 1:01pm
New today: Half of Canadians say health care system would suffer with an infusion of private care; one-in-three say it would help. This is the final in a three-part series by the Angus Reid Institute canvassing opinion on health care in Canada. https://t.co/YN5ejGHGdu https://t.co/fN22ryoeBL


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 12:02pm
More than half of past CPC voters believe more private care would help Canada's health-care system. Past NDP and Liberal voters are much more likely to believe increased for-profit care would worsen Canadian health care. https://t.co/YN5ejGHGdu https://t.co/BE7rKcsWud


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 11:33am
Another key factor in views of privatization is income level. Higher income Canadians more likely to support: https://t.co/YN5ejGIe32 https://t.co/feHnmJHUJx


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 11:30am
There are clear partisan differences on the idea of increasing privatization in health care: https://t.co/YN5ejGIe32 https://t.co/8iQbPThfBS


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 11:01am
Americans have a much more positive impression of their health-care system than Canadians. https://t.co/YN5ejGHGdu https://t.co/wKcrVLdyba


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 10:01am
For those who believe health care is poor where they live, half blame both their provincial government and Ottawa equally. https://t.co/YN5ejGHGdu https://t.co/6tne4XYQ9X


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 9:01am
A majority of Canadians describe the current state of their local health care as poor or very poor. Two-in-five disagree. https://t.co/YN5ejGHGdu https://t.co/NI6W4J5167


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Sep 12 - 8:01am
Half of Canadians say health-care system would suffer with an infusion of private care; one-in-three say it would help https://t.co/YN5ejGHGdu https://t.co/L0SkyXofzM


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 9 - 7:43pm
RT @CMA_Docs: “Is it a universal health care system if you can’t actually access care within the system?” CMA past-president @katharinesmart responds to results from a recent survey by @angusreidorg on the state of the #CDNhealth system 👇 https://t.co/xki8EUT9p1

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 9 - 1:00pm
With the Queen gone and Canadians feeling the Royal Family's relevance is waning, the future of the monarchy faces uncertainty: https://t.co/HMNpLKXW1T https://t.co/yhaJQjuoYu


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 9 - 10:00am
Queen Elizabeth was viewed much more favourably across generations of Canadians than remaining members of the Royal Family: https://t.co/HMNpLKXW1T https://t.co/MsdOfDx8p1


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 9 - 9:30am
In April, more than half of Canadians said they would be saddened when #QueenElizabethII passed. The generational differences are evident: https://t.co/HMNpLKXW1T https://t.co/zu4yPZuGvk


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 8 - 10:39pm
RT @politicsfisher: This now out from @angusreidorg ... Doc Deficits: Half of Canadians either can’t find a doctor or can’t get a timely appointment with the one they have https://t.co/VWwfvTxAAM

Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 8 - 10:38pm
Our most recent look at Canadian views of the Queen was in April. At the time, three-in-ten said they would be deeply affected when she died: #QueenElizabeth #QueenElizabethII https://t.co/HMNpLKYtRr https://t.co/6vZl3Hnaxt


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 8 - 1:01pm
Nearly all (92%) in the United States say they mostly see their doctor in person. Americans say their doctor visits are virtual at one-quarter the rate of Canadians. https://t.co/08LrfOUTJC https://t.co/AksYK8YVmj


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 8 - 12:01pm
While the proportion of Canadian and American adults with a family doctor may be similar, the level of self-reported access is vastly different. https://t.co/08LrfOVrza https://t.co/5UPhPGgJoS


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 8 - 11:00am
Those who don’t have a doctor, or do but struggle to see them, are also more likely to report problems being referred for tests or appointments with specialists. https://t.co/08LrfOUTJC https://t.co/9GiJE07YAX


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 8 - 10:01am
For the one-in-five Canadians without a family doctor, many have been searching without luck to get one. Three-in-ten (29%) say they have given up entirely on finding a GP. https://t.co/08LrfOUTJC https://t.co/T88O8d3HX5


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 8 - 9:00am
Regionally, British Columbia (59%) and Atlantic Canada (60%) are home to the highest number of adults who report difficult access to their current GP or can’t find one at all. https://t.co/08LrfOUTJC https://t.co/uXAHkDuUf9


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 8 - 8:01am
Doc Deficits: Half of Canadians either can’t find a doctor or can’t get a timely appointment with the one they have https://t.co/08LrfOUTJC https://t.co/LsStoIn19m


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 5:00pm
New today: Access to Health Care: Free, but for all? Nearly nine million Canadians report chronic difficulty getting help. This is the first in a three-part series by the Angus Reid Institute canvassing opinion on health care in Canada. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/bB0UqGAOrp


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 4:01pm
A majority (70%) in the United States say they are assured they would get care in a timely fashion in an emergency. Two-in-five (37%) in Canada hold the same belief in their own country’s health-care system. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/TZgarAnUgz


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 3:00pm
Across every item on the list of services canvassed, Americans are far more likely than Canadians to say that this health-care service was either easy or very easy to access. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/eZokSryqXJ


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 2:01pm
For those facing Chronic Difficulty accessing Canada's health-care system, most attempts at accessing care have been difficult or impossible. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/TtSfVNpFI0


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 1:00pm
To better synthesize a significant amount of response data, Angus Reid Institute researchers created a Health Care Access Index, which finds the smallest group enjoying Comfortable Access to the system. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/IjuckfM2M5


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 12:01pm
Three-in-five are not confident they, or their family, will be able to get timely access to health care in an emergency, including one-quarter who have no confidence at all. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/g5yk444mrZ


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 11:00am
The vast majority of Canadians report having friends or family who were left wanting by their experiences with the health-care system. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/uHKpBQ7E49


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 10:01am
More than half of Canadians that required an appointment with a specialist or emergency care recently say it was difficult or impossible to access that care. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/bEglGR1KhM


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 9:00am
In the last six months, three-quarters of Canadians report needing some sort of health care. Men are far less likely to report requiring medical care recently. https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/3nSDRlHmma


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 7 - 8:00am
Access to Health Care: Free, but for all? Nearly nine million Canadians report chronic difficulty getting help https://t.co/uhRYpfrOHW https://t.co/Z3kejBmBAT


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 29 - 2:00pm
More than half of Canadians say they can't keep up with the cost of living: https://t.co/aFV5I0SGlr https://t.co/KC3br6S46L


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 29 - 1:30pm
How much of a one-time unexpected expense could you manage this month? One-quarter say $250 or less would be a problem: https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/xXRcSPbter


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 29 - 1:05pm
The Toll of Inflation: Soaring prices has four-in-five Canadians pinching pennies https://t.co/aFV5I0BDjr https://t.co/CnddEjQ5Hj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 22 - 3:00pm
New today: The Toll of Inflation: Soaring prices has four-in-five Canadians pinching pennies https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/cfTVD7d57L


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 22 - 2:01pm
Approaching four-in-five (78%) say grocery stores are taking advantage of inflation to make increased profits. Fewer than one-in-ten (7%) believe instead the increased margins are due to good management by grocery chains. https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/dLekoxkh6T


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 22 - 1:00pm
As most Canadians trim their budgets to make room for ballooning costs for daily necessities, many across the country feel left behind. https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/mkRInFf4Cp


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 22 - 12:02pm
As inflation pressures Canadian budgets, half of the country say they could not manage an unexpected expense of more than $1,000, including one-in-ten (13%) who say any surprise expense would be too much. https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/r7TV0uQUPC


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 22 - 11:00am
The one-in-five (22%) Canadians who say they are never really stressed about money are in the minority. Three-quarters (76%) say the opposite. https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/26KrOnvpux


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 22 - 10:01am
Two-in-five (39%) Canadians worry that they have too much debt; three-in-five (58%) are less concerned. Those in Saskatchewan are most likely to believe they are holding too much debt. https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/JJeZ6P3Gaf


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 22 - 9:00am
Canadians were asked how they would use a surprise, no-strings-attached bonus of $5,000. Half of Canadians would address immediate (10%) or long-term financial obligations (38%). https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/BTXacAyUnK


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Monday Aug 22 - 8:00am
The Toll of Inflation: Soaring prices has four-in-five Canadians pinching pennies https://t.co/aFV5I0B5tT https://t.co/1leWmElNtA


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 17 - 1:00pm
New today: The puck stops where? Canadians show little confidence in Hockey Canada culture change amid sex abuse allegations https://t.co/ZvBMpQEJ8U https://t.co/d5saRLd2xD


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 17 - 12:20pm
While the spotlight is on Hockey Canada, Canadians believe sexual assault and harassment is a problem in all sports, even if hockey receives the most attention. https://t.co/ZvBMpQEJ8U https://t.co/B3EhesmXjA


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 17 - 12:01pm
Many have called for more change in Hockey Canada's senior leadership team. Three-in-five Canadians agree. https://t.co/ZvBMpQEJ8U https://t.co/vq45t5KicF


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 17 - 11:57am
RT @SportMgmtProf: Great insight from @angusreidorg on how 🇨🇦 feels about Hockey Canada 🧵 The puck stops where? Canadians show little confidence in Hockey Canada culture change amid sex abuse allegations https://t.co/qSOBIdCiaw

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 17 - 11:00am
There is considerable doubt among Canadians that Hockey Canada's Action Plan will shift hockey culture when it comes to the treatment of women. https://t.co/ZvBMpQEJ8U https://t.co/e9spR1xUYr


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 17 - 10:01am
Four-in-five Canadians agree with the federal government freezing the funding of Hockey Canada until certain conditions are met. However, opposition is higher among those closest to the game. https://t.co/ZvBMpQEJ8U https://t.co/1OJUjld52x


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 17 - 9:00am
More than half of Canadians with a connection to youth hockey, whether current or past, see sexual misconduct in hockey culture as a major issue. https://t.co/ZvBMpQEJ8U https://t.co/USnKAd73AO


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Aug 17 - 8:00am
The puck stops where? Canadians show little confidence in Hockey Canada culture change amid sex abuse allegations https://t.co/ZvBMpQEJ8U https://t.co/nD9Rl6gdZD


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Aug 11 - 2:03pm
New today: Majority of Canadians view Pope Francis’ apology for residential schools as a step towards reconciliation https://t.co/akL8SLLS0Q https://t.co/aAyQQaIudt


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Aug 11 - 1:01pm
Canadians are more likely to believe there needs to be more investigations into residential schools before the country can move forward than not, but there is a significant generational and gender divide on this matter. https://t.co/akL8SLLS0Q https://t.co/wZXCJbKd4i


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Aug 11 - 12:01pm
Overall, Canadians are more likely to believe the trend in the relationship between Canada and Indigenous peoples is more positive than negative. https://t.co/akL8SLLS0Q https://t.co/viaoE6nvzd


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