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Recent Prentice Budget (65%), Former Premier Redford’s Antics (59%) are Largest Drivers of Vote Choice

Recent Prentice Budget (65%), Former Premier Redford’s Antics (59%) are Largest Drivers of Vote Choice

Friday, May 01, 2015

Toronto, ON– The recent budget brought forward by the Prentice Government and the behaviour of former Premier Allison Redford are the largest factors influencing how Albertans will vote next Tuesday, according to a new Ipsos poll...     




Majority (54%) of Albertans Believe Minority Government would be Best Election Outcome for Alberta, But No Consensus on Who Should Lead

Majority (54%) of Albertans Believe Minority Government would be Best Election Outcome for Alberta, But No Consensus on Who Should Lead

Friday, May 01, 2015

Toronto, ON – A majority (54%) of Albertans believe that a minority government would be the best election outcome for the province, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for Global News and Corus Entertainment....     




While Nine in Ten (90%) Canadians Describe Their Mental Health as Good or Better, One in Three (33%) Canadians 
Classify as being High Risk for Mental-Health Issue

While Nine in Ten (90%) Canadians Describe Their Mental Health as Good or Better, One in Three (33%) Canadians Classify as being High Risk for Mental-Health Issue

Friday, May 01, 2015

Toronto, ON – While nine in ten (90%) Canadians describe their personal mental health as being excellent (35%), very good (35%) or good (20%), a new Ipsos poll conducted in advance of Mental Health Week has revealed that, based on...     




Ipsos/Reuters Poll: Hillary Clinton Age

Ipsos/Reuters Poll: Hillary Clinton Age

Friday, May 01, 2015

Washington, D.C. - At 69, if Hillary Clinton wins presidency, she would be the 2nd oldest president at inauguration. 25% of Americans say that makes them more likely to vote for her in a Democratic party. For full details, click on...     




Ipsos/Reuters Poll: Libertarians

Ipsos/Reuters Poll: Libertarians

Friday, May 01, 2015

Washington, D.C. - 30% of Americans strongly agree that the U.S. military should only be involved in conflicts when the United States faces a direct and imminent threat. For full details, click on the "Topline Results" link on the...