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What Canadians Want the Party Leaders to Talk About During the Election Campaign: Issues that Matter to them Personally

What Canadians Want the Party Leaders to Talk About During the Election Campaign: Issues that Matter to them Personally

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Toronto, ON – Amid mounting speculation that the election writ will be issued sooner rather than later, a new Ipsos poll conducted for Global News reveals what Canadians want their political parties to be talking about during the...     




With Writ Drop on Horizon, Two Front Running Parties Tied:
Harper Conservatives (33%, +5) Close Gap on Mulcair NDP (34%, -1) as Trudeau Liberals Tumble (25%, -4)

With Writ Drop on Horizon, Two Front Running Parties Tied: Harper Conservatives (33%, +5) Close Gap on Mulcair NDP (34%, -1) as Trudeau Liberals Tumble (25%, -4)

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Toronto, ON – With the Federal Election Writ drop on the horizon, the Harper Conservatives have reversed their recent slide and have closed the gap with the Mulcair NDP producing a tied vote between the two leading parties,...     




Ipsos/Reuters Poll (July 24): Core Political Approval

Ipsos/Reuters Poll (July 24): Core Political Approval

Friday, July 24, 2015

Washington, D.C. - President Obama’s approval rating is down to 41% approve after several weeks of approval in the mid-40s. Donald Trump has moved into the lead in our national poll of the 2016 Republican contenders. Trump is tied...     




Ipsos/Reuters Poll: Dream Democratic Candidates

Ipsos/Reuters Poll: Dream Democratic Candidates

Friday, July 24, 2015

Washington, D.C. - Clinton faces some challenges firing up her base. While 38% of Democrats say they “will enthusiastically vote for Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee,” 20% say they “will vote for Hillary Clinton because she...     




Ipsos/Reuters Poll: Supreme Court

Ipsos/Reuters Poll: Supreme Court

Friday, July 24, 2015

Washington, D.C. - A plurality of Americans (48%) say that justices should be elected to the Supreme Court, more than say they should be appointed (32%). Likewise, a majority of Americans (66%) say justices should have 10 year...