Angus Reid Institute 2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 12:00pm Few Canadians feel that any of the major federal party leaders would make an above average PM for the next four years:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 1:04pm One of the major challenges for policy makers and businesses in the coming months will be dealing with tension between vaccinated/unvaccinated. Population largely supportive of vaccine passports, but by no means unanimous:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 3:08pm RT @DSafayeni: Sharing some public opinion data from @angusreidorg on how Canadians actually feel about mandatory proof-of-immunization for different activities. Bottom line: majority of Canadians support for all questions polled with Ontario trending just above the national average. https://t.co/K8Udprgttn
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 12:45pm Most Canadians are excited about moving past the pandemic, but those who are unvaccinated and uncommitted to being so are the most enthusiastic about getting back to the activities they have missed out on over the past 18 months.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 10:45am Those who have had two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine were asked to assess the side effects they felt from each. The percentage saying they felt a severe reaction doubled from eight per cent for the first dose to 15 per cent for the second.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 9:45am One-in-five in Alberta are vaccine hesitant, twice the national average. That said, hesitancy in the province has declined significantly since the beginning of the year.
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 16 - 6:41pm As federal leaders jockey for pre-election positioning, their favourability ratings are... perhaps not where they would like (note, Trudeau data is response to 'approval' not 'favourability':
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 15 - 1:45pm Half say government removing quarantine measures for double vaccinated Canadian border crossers was the right call, while 21 per cent say it should have happened sooner:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 11:45am They're a fraction of Canada's energy portfolio, but wind and solar generate the most enthusiasm when we ask Canadians what Canada should invest in over the coming years:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 10:45am Very few Canadians think that oil and gas should be the focus of Canada's energy strategy. That said, many still say it should be part of the plan going forward alongside increased investment in renewables:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jul 13 - 8:45am When they think about the energy sector, a lot of Canadians aren't focused on economic growth, but place priority in energy independence, investing in renewables, and protecting the environment: https://t.co/N75QoqOezXhttps://t.co/14R1nbvFHX
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 29 - 6:32pm RT @CityNewsYEG: The country has started to open its doors again to more newcomers, but Canadians are split on how many we should welcome. https://t.co/hJqepzGQSQ
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Thursday Jun 24 - 12:45pm Most are hopeful for what the future holds, though clearly there are more difficult times ahead. https://t.co/9I9ZbeT0pJ
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 23 - 7:01pm RT @ubcnews: A survey by #UBC and @angusreidorg looked at Canadians' perceptions of race to highlight what the population truly thinks of diversity. via @TorontoStarhttps://t.co/jYOFKu2UnR Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Wednesday Jun 23 - 7:01pm RT @PainBC: The results of a recent poll by @angusreidorg finds that many Canadians are concerned about disability related poverty and support the development of the Canadian Disability Benefit. Read more: https://t.co/hEhuU5TftY Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 3:45pm One-in-five Canadians (21%) say that they feel like they are treated as an outsider in Canada.
17 per cent among Caucasians
29 per cent among visible minorities
30 per cent among Indigenous
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Tuesday Jun 22 - 9:35am 23% of Canadians who do not live with any disability say they are often or always stressed about money. For those living with disability this number is nearly double:
Link to Image Angus Reid Institute 1 month ago:   Monday Jun 21 - 1:35pm As diversity in Canada continues to grow each year, the perception that Canada is strengthened by this diversity has remained, even up four points from 1994 (82% to 86%):