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Angus Reid Institute
1 day ago:   Friday May 17 - 7:38pm
Lower-income Canadians feeling the pain of high gas prices https://t.co/21rbmARNoD https://t.co/7baOFShRbc


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 2:27pm
Wherein our @ShachiKurl explores the potential perils of rising too high, too quickly in the political battles of our time. #GameOffThrones https://t.co/xWIrCeHOhJ https://t.co/wrm1kdjjLu


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 2:00pm
The majority (59%) of British Columbians say their government isn’t doing enough to address high gas prices, with this sentiment most intensely felt in rural areas and small towns https://t.co/21rbmARNoD https://t.co/th3ppqNosr


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 1:00pm
In the ongoing "turn off the taps" dispute between Alberta and BC, just over half of Canadians (52%) side with Alberta. Quebec is the only province, outside of BC itself, to side with Horgan’s government. #Bill12 https://t.co/xZoGUn7NVY https://t.co/vfAL0X6xtU


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 12:01pm
When asked who's to blame most for the current rise in gas prices, Canadians are divided along partisan lines https://t.co/xZoGUn7NVY https://t.co/JCuyPKS0on


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 10:00am
Seven-in-ten (69%) drivers, including nine-in-ten (90%) of those in BC, have noticed a major increase in gas prices over the last three months https://t.co/xZoGUn7NVY https://t.co/RxAj4mqCTr


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 8:00am
Gas Pain: Four-in-ten say rising prices at the pump are making it harder to afford necessities #gasprices https://t.co/xZoGUn7NVY https://t.co/qd8YUpnxjB


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Angus Reid Institute
2 days ago:   Thursday May 16 - 6:23pm
Some of our data and a discussion with @macleans about the unfortunate lack of CanCon in the NHL Playoffs is now featured here: https://t.co/jyk0uPMj9o

Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 1:04pm
If someone breaks Quebec's proposed religious symbols law, what should happen to that individual? https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/onAIvGCGh2


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 5:00pm
Most take pride in Canadian NGO’s development work abroad, express frustration over continued suffering https://t.co/Ly6ZELM1DH https://t.co/pnoaHRWUi7


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 4:40pm
Faith and Religion in Public Life: Canadians deeply divided over the role of faith in the public square https://t.co/d6fNs0VnrA https://t.co/mXEu63F4Vv


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Angus Reid Institute
4 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 4:22pm
Decline of Newspapers: Age drives views on the impacts of shrinking newsrooms https://t.co/ZVpcuUEvz8 https://t.co/n2j4AMJ5Nb


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 12:43pm
ARI Weekly Recap: With Bill 21 hearings ongoing, Quebecers are divided over how--and whether--to enforce the controversial legislation #loi21 #quebecpolitics https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/SDvN5lM9mJ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 1:15pm
Quebecers not especially worried about Bill 21's potential effects on their province’s reputation within Canada or abroad, but close to half (48%) do believe the bill would have a negative impact on relations between ethnic groups in Québec #loi21 https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/8E154vQKYX


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 4:00pm
Seven-in-ten (72%) "strong supporters" of Bill 21 believe it would be appropriate to fire public employees who violate the proposed law...but moderate supporters are far less enthusiastic https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/I1CY5GdqTO


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 3:00pm
Young Quebecers nearly twice as likely as older groups to say Bill 21 will have a negative effect on Quebec's international reputation https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/xUnI1MPOdQ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 2:00pm
Age is the biggest demographic divide when it comes to Quebecers' opinions of Bill 21 https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/nYpJKoZCRr


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 12:32pm
Bill 21's controversial "grandfather clause" divides Legault's own party, with 62 per cent of those who cast ballots for the CAQ last year describing it is a bad idea #bill21 https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/k377v7en2p


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 11:00am
Quebecers support religious symbols ban, but are divided on how – or even whether – to enforce it https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 10:00am
Two-thirds of Quebec residents (64%) say they support Bill 21 banning some public employees from wearing religious symbols while on the job. The rest of the country leans toward opposition of such a law: https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/QWt3ahxKhm


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 9:00am
Quebec residents are far less likely to say that religious symbols should be allowed to be worn by public employees while on the job: https://t.co/DzaF2omN2C https://t.co/LDiQ7DVlpj


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 8:00am
Quebecers support religious symbols ban, but are divided on how – or even whether – to enforce it https://t.co/DzaF2oEnUa https://t.co/Q2OK2nTIox


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 3:50pm
And here's a list of which issues are most important by age. Young people most concerned about environment and housing affordability: https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi https://t.co/YYe2yqDnQ1


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 3:29pm
While the economy is still significant for Canadians, with the deficit, inequality and taxes all scoring highly, the top two issues for Canadians are the environment and health care: https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi https://t.co/trxEPhaOwX


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 6:05pm
The Vote Certainty picture portrays just how fluid vote intention is right now. CPC base is relatively solid while others could change drastically: https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi https://t.co/Hbhgfqn7nD


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 5:50pm
Our latest look at Federal Politics: Scheer top choice for best PM but May holds highest approval rating of any federal leader https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 5:34pm
@maybemankow @PpcRDMV @GtoPmd @MaximeBernier And yes, if you selected undecided first, and then said other, you would have seen two screens before you got to the PPC. That's fair to say.

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 4:48pm
@maybemankow @PpcRDMV @GtoPmd @MaximeBernier No problem, always try to keep an eye on discussion and help out if we can.

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 4:01pm
@PpcRDMV @maybemankow @GtoPmd @MaximeBernier QV6 is only for respondents who said they were undecided, they get re-prompted to see if they're 'leaning'.

Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 3:53pm
We asked Canadians in which scenarios they feel it would be appropriate to use embryonic gene editing: https://t.co/Z2gaad3C86 https://t.co/s1GPr7HTN1


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Angus Reid Institute
1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 3:51pm
@PpcRDMV @maybemankow @GtoPmd @MaximeBernier Respondents do not have to hit 'other' twice. They choose 'other' and then they are asked which party they support. The PPC is garnering 1-3% in federal polling so they are not yet a major consideration in our election questionnaires. We will continue to gauge their support.

Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 6:10pm
ARI Weekly Recap: Do risks of ‘gene editing’ outweigh potential benefits? https://t.co/Z2gaacM0Jw Federal Politics Update: https://t.co/xSLuvPvKSI https://t.co/SsOXnxXpNI


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 6:02pm
With less than six months until an expected federal election, our latest release explores the dissolution of Justin Trudeau's progressive coalition from 2015. The NDP and Greens are up, while the Liberals are down. https://t.co/xSLuvPvKSI https://t.co/tNUGX1pXWT


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 5:00pm
Environmental issues now top the list of Canadians' political priorities, and Elizabeth May remains the most popular federal party leader. Is this the Greens' breakthrough moment? https://t.co/2E8FaZYH7Z https://t.co/KWUQedGhV5


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 4:00pm
Liberals lead in Quebec but nowhere else https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi https://t.co/BwlRhMidyE


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 3:00pm
Seven-in-ten Conservative supporters (71%) say they are "absolutely certain" to vote for the CPC in October. Liberals, New Democrats and Greens are far more unsure about their vote. https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi https://t.co/zWQWJ9aqM7


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 2:00pm
Save for a brief boost after a G7 Summit spat with President Donald Trump, Trudeau has seen his approval steadily declining for almost two years https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi https://t.co/YIdcp8DvUW


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 1:00pm
Would-be Liberals, New Democrats and Greens all agree that the Environment, Health Care and Income Inequality/Poverty are top issues, while Conservatives focus on economic issues above all others https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi https://t.co/es4VVIvyBc


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 12:45pm
Our latest vote intention polling finds Conservative support unchanged, but a continued trend downward for the Liberals. NDP and Greens appear to benefit. https://t.co/xSLuvPNmhi https://t.co/2vUkAE5ABu


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 12:37pm
RT @AngusReid: Here a graph showing four recent PMs at this stage in their first term. Trudeau is at bottom of the pack. But remember that both Harper and Mulroney came back to win. https://t.co/Gmsvia9BK5


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 11:30am
Among federal party leaders, only Elizabeth May garners more approval than disapproval from Canadians: https://t.co/EeoIQLlcda https://t.co/IAoPZczOt0


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 11:00am
Just 49 per cent of 2015 Liberal supporters say they're planning to support the party again at this point: https://t.co/EeoIQLlcda https://t.co/dGVMTcfnPC


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 10:15am
One-in-three Canadians (35%) say that their vote intention for the coming federal election is more to block a party than to support one: https://t.co/EeoIQLlcda https://t.co/jP3v4H3UA4


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 9:05am
Justin Trudeau's approval vs. Stephen Harper's approval in their first 3.5 years as Prime Minister: https://t.co/EeoIQLlcda https://t.co/KdjRDaQVTU


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 8:45am
Federal Politics: Liberal support continues to drop as left-of-centre voters search for alternatives https://t.co/EeoIQLlcda https://t.co/J00Gec8WvS


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday May 1 - 5:51pm
RT @angusreidorg: And these are the foods that Canadians are most likely to actively avoid. Fruit juice is particularly contentious, and was removed as a recommended beverage in the new Canada Food Guide: https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/d70g17gzKg


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday May 1 - 3:27pm
Canadians generally agree with the Canada Food Guide's recommendation to eat more plant-based foods, but they're far more skeptical about reducing their meat and dairy consumption https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/5klx98KAZ2


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday May 1 - 2:28pm
And these are the foods that Canadians are most likely to actively avoid. Fruit juice is particularly contentious, and was removed as a recommended beverage in the new Canada Food Guide: https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/d70g17gzKg


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday May 1 - 12:43pm
We asked Canadians which foods the try to work into their diets and which they actively avoid. Here are their top four categories on the inclusion side: https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/hn9zMAydvM


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 11:30am
Age and gender are key predictors of opinion on gene editing, with young men the most likely proponents and older women the most likely opponents across a range of potential applications https://t.co/Z2gaad3C86 https://t.co/YFUBfxA5PW


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 10:30am
The Canadian public is deeply divided on whether or not the benefits of gene editing outweigh its risks https://t.co/Z2gaad3C86 https://t.co/rknP2aCpWR


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 9:30am
While the vast majority of Canadians (73%) accept genetic editing to cure life-threatening diseases, less than one-in-ten (9%) accept genetic editing for cosmetic reasons https://t.co/Z2gaad3C86 https://t.co/6Q2zTaEDul


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 30 - 8:30am
Designer babies? Canadians say modifying genes in embryos acceptable only in certain circumstances https://t.co/Z2gaad3C86 https://t.co/AmT7CPYyCi


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Monday Apr 29 - 3:00pm
While the vast majority of Canadians support mandatory vaccinations, nearly three-in-ten (29%) believe the science on vaccinations "isn't quite clear." Among older Canadians (55+), this skepticism is even higher (36%). https://t.co/Nv2A7KzOW3 https://t.co/RrkifqZVFI


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Monday Apr 29 - 1:50pm
Three-quarters of Canadians say that people who are opposed to childhood vaccination are 'irresponsible': https://t.co/Nv2A7KzOW3 https://t.co/xr0PbTITt6


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Angus Reid Institute
2 weeks ago:   Monday Apr 29 - 1:16pm
As measles outbreak continues in Canada and the US, support for mandatory vaccinations of school-aged children high: https://t.co/Nv2A7Kidxt https://t.co/T8C1AiS1W6


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 26 - 12:34pm
RT @bmeulendyks1: Is debt holding you back from major personal milestones - including purchasing a home? You're not alone, according to @Angusreidorg https://t.co/psRN2EfpTc https://t.co/tAIYY0g75c


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 25 - 3:52pm
Here's how Canadians said the Cambridge Analytica scandal was going to affect their use of Facebook going forward (March, 2018) https://t.co/xyJoQ6xMXl https://t.co/SpV46GARwZ


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 25 - 1:37pm
From the Archive - Un-liking Facebook: 3-in-4 Canadian users say data mining scandal will change how they use the platform #cambridgeanalytica #cdnpoli https://t.co/xyJoQ6xMXl https://t.co/qeLVRolMlC


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 25 - 1:35pm
The first round of the #StanleyCup Playoffs saw the elimination of all three Canadian teams AND Sidney Crosby + Alexander Ovechkin. The NHL might be looking at a steep loss of viewership in Canada the rest of the way: https://t.co/NcdxeO80MQ https://t.co/KXV6WGVmlU


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 25 - 10:30am
The Maple Leafs may have lost another heart breaker to the Bruins on Tuesday, but three-in-ten hockey fans say they're still the best bet to break the Stanley Cup drought in Canada: https://t.co/LwQFR0qQQ3 https://t.co/zAvCuqjYhG


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 25 - 9:00am
A lot of Canadian hockey fans are looking for ANY Canadian team to break the Stanley Cup drought. They'll have to wait another year: https://t.co/LwQFR0qQQ3 https://t.co/gypEn76wNT


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 25 - 7:30am
Canadian Collapse: Exit of NHL teams brings familiar heartache for fans, potential trouble for broadcasters https://t.co/LwQFR0qQQ3 https://t.co/VBIiF0cD7Q


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 24 - 6:05pm
Amid competing priorities, which provinces believe they give & get more from Canada? https://t.co/NQqO1XsJao #cdnpoli https://t.co/mtmxOJTm93


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 24 - 3:16pm
From earlier this year: An exhaustive study of Western Canada - through the eyes of both its own residents and those who live elsewhere in the country. https://t.co/U5lAZpf6gF https://t.co/GtrlW4wqSO


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 24 - 1:21pm
Notably, BC is the province with the highest level of support for decriminalization of drugs, as BC's top doctor recommends this approach. #BCpoli https://t.co/um47zPEtRG https://t.co/NTHaU3NwS0


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 24 - 12:46pm
Gender Pay Gap: men, women differ over seriousness of issue, but back legislative measures for equal pay https://t.co/kUh90ZDr0U https://t.co/GeBm1EkBaa


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 23 - 6:30pm
Six-in-ten Canadians (61%) say they have confusion over which diets are good or bad, as the information seems to be changing constantly #canadafoodguide https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/9g5hYWMVRB


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 23 - 5:30pm
Over half of Canadians (52%) say it is unlikely the new Canada Food Guide will be useful for them #canadafoodguide https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/56EkkK07oQ


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 23 - 4:30pm
More than half of Canadians with a household income below $50,000 say that they have chosen less healthy food options (55%) or switched to cheaper brands (76%) due to cost #canadafoodguide https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/zJpBy3gQap


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 23 - 3:49pm
Amid rising food costs, half of low-income households say the new Canada Food Guide diet is unaffordable https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/LfkymhdsmL


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Apr 23 - 2:47pm
Canadians of all ages are interested in term-limits for public office in this country. https://t.co/SOjzQLwJEk https://t.co/EHvegWJjKe


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Monday Apr 22 - 6:30pm
#ARIDailyDataPoint From the Archive – Carbon Pricing: https://t.co/31fCEdykL9 https://t.co/EmrXmZPGuG


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Angus Reid Institute
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Apr 21 - 6:30pm
#ARIDailyDataPoint Rising food costs in Canada: https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/Ly2ZNbouSk


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Saturday Apr 20 - 6:30pm
#ARIDailyDataPoint Gender parity in cabinet: https://t.co/J0KpZVctai https://t.co/FZ7M8TBep4


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Angus Reid Institute
4 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 19 - 6:30pm
#ARIDailyDataPoint What stops Canadians from donating more to charitable organizations? https://t.co/0QibrMph8m https://t.co/2wS5ca6d1G


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 3:15pm
If Canada implemented term limits for politicians, how long should they be eligible to serve? https://t.co/SOjzQLwJEk https://t.co/791thM0MSo


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 2:43pm
RT @HuffPostCanada: Most Canadians say politicians should face term limits, poll suggests https://t.co/gsyBs1mC7A

Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 2:31pm
Most Canadians say elected officials should be subject to term limits, though political affiliation plays a role in opinion: https://t.co/SOjzQLwJEk https://t.co/2pH1rejbzq


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 10:30am
54% of Cdns say term limits are necessary for elected politicians: https://t.co/SOjzQLwJEk https://t.co/UYFsXp78ot


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 9:30am
If term limits were going to be implemented for elected officials, most Cdns say eight years is the best option: https://t.co/SOjzQLwJEk https://t.co/bDD0n7p1O3


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 8:30am
Potential CPC voters are more likely to say term limits are necessary than those in other political spheres: https://t.co/SOjzQLwJEk https://t.co/AmRYSgkk2p


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Thursday Apr 18 - 7:30am
How long is too long? Most Canadians say elected officials should be subject to term limits: https://t.co/SOjzQLwJEk https://t.co/1iHuD5Oz7m


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 17 - 8:00pm
#ARIDailyDataPoint Canadians charged up about electric vehicle incentives: https://t.co/F74ckscuJl https://t.co/3hLqssgugs


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 17 - 5:15pm
While Rachel Notley's personal appeal held relatively strong throughout the campaign, she did not connect on economic issues. These were by far the most important priorities for Alberta residents. https://t.co/7RnIgfdU2c https://t.co/Gtjs7RYfT0


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 17 - 4:43pm
Party time for United Conservatives: Economic issues lead UCP to long-expected Alberta victory https://t.co/7RnIgfdU2c https://t.co/yvvAjzexlG


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 17 - 1:00pm
Six-in-ten Alberta residents said that their outgoing premier did not do enough to stand up for Alberta’s oil and gas industry: https://t.co/7RnIgfdU2c https://t.co/S7HGyppUgG


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Wednesday Apr 17 - 1:10am
In a an election focused on one key issue - the economy - Jason Kenney's UCP dominated. Our analysis of tonight's result: https://t.co/KeXbvUEwiM https://t.co/z4B8QYfGXh


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 16 - 6:01pm
Another conversation that has been emerging is decriminalization of all drugs. Toronto Board of Health recommended this in 2018 https://t.co/fBGVIMDgED. Majority support the idea in BC, divided in ON, QC. Majority reject in AB, SK, MB, ATL. https://t.co/um47zPEtRG https://t.co/ZTPQHgdc32


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 16 - 5:59pm
The supervised consumption site debate is largely political/ideological, as can be seen in this graph: https://t.co/um47zPW5gg #opioidcrisis #overdosecrisis https://t.co/roRZ9tF0FE


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 16 - 5:58pm
So, what to do about it? Two-thirds of Canadians are in favour of supervised consumption sites, though the regional story shows division in Alberta and Saskatchewan on this policy. #OpioidCrisis #OverdoseCrisis https://t.co/SeW9MJAzrb


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 16 - 5:56pm
While the federal government allocated $230 million to the address this issue over five years in its 2018 budget, the sense that government's could do more is relatively widespread. #OpioidCrisis https://t.co/1UNlhE7JIF


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 16 - 5:54pm
The increase in community concern is greatest in Alberta and Manitoba, but is a trend in each region we canvassed. #OpioidCrisis https://t.co/cNeUH3h15b


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 16 - 5:52pm
Notably, the percentage of Canadians saying this is a problem in their own community has grown since we looked at the issue in 2017. #OpioidCrisis https://t.co/bgu6DmvcdH


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Tuesday Apr 16 - 5:47pm
On Canada's National Day of Action for the Opioid Crisis, our recent data on the issue. Seven-in-ten Canadians say the issue represents a serious problem or crisis: https://t.co/um47zPW5gg https://t.co/YAUdFC7nkY


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 6:45pm
Our Weekly Recap: Rising food costs and the new Canada Food Guide - https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8. New Alberta Election poll has UCP up 13 points - https://t.co/S8EqWdBft4 https://t.co/RM43TstPmZ


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 6:25pm
Canadians are divided about the place of fruit juice in their diets. 36% actively include it in their diets and 37% actively avoid it. https://t.co/k2uJTyJPr8 https://t.co/ECOd7PqVfc


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 11:35am
Half of Albertans say they're concerned about the recent scandals involving the UCP, but that doesn't appear to be hurting the UCP's chances of forming government: https://t.co/w8o9mZ5iFR https://t.co/hFsD0qaGKS


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 10:35am
Vast majority of Alberta voters say they're voting for, rather than against, a party: https://t.co/w8o9mZ5iFR https://t.co/yULJKpuTD1


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Angus Reid Institute
1 month ago:   Friday Apr 12 - 9:45am
RT @NatPostRadio: Research Associate @davekorzinski from the @angusreidorg joins @theemilyjackson to discuss their recent poll saying half of low-income households say the new Canada Food Guide diet is unaffordable on @SXMCanadaTalks CH.167