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Majority (58%) of Canadians Believe Carbon Pricing Will Be Effective in Lowering Canada’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Changing Canadians’ Behaviour (55%)

Friday, October 21, 2016

Toronto, ON – A majority of Canadians believe the federal government’s proposed carbon pricing will be effective in lowering Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions and motivating Canadians to change their behaviour, but they’re skeptical...     

Reuters/Ipsos Poll (October 20): Core Political Expansion

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Washington, DC- The Ipsos Core Political Data (Expansion) was released today. This reports dives into the Core Political, examining gender, race and education.     

Money Under 35 – Second Annual Survey

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Chicago, IL- This is the second report in the Money Under 35 series, a Navient national study conducted by Ipsos designed to measure the financial well-being of young adults between 22-35 years old at all levels of...     

Six in Ten (59%) Canadians Agree the Trudeau Government is More Style than Substance, Nearly Half (45%) Can’t Name a Government Accomplishment after First Year in Office

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Toronto, ON – While a majority agree that the Trudeau government is more style than substance and nearly half can’t name a government accomplishment after its first year in office, most sill believe the Prime Minister’s approach to...     

One in Three (33%) BC Parents Not Saving for Their Children’s Post-Secondary Education

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Vancouver, BC – One in three (33%) parents in British Columbia are not setting anything aside for their children’s post-secondary education, a new Ipsos study on behalf of the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation has found.     

Reuters Ipsos State of the Nation

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