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Throne Speech Buoys Wynne Liberals (40%) Ahead of Tories (35%), But Only 25% Believe Liberals Deserve Re-Election

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Toronto, ON – The Ontario Liberal Government’s Speech from the Throne has lifted the Ontario Liberals ahead of the Progressive Conservatives, although the bounce in support could be short lived given that most Ontarians do not...     




Reuters/Ipsos Data: Presidential Debate Special (9/28/16)

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Washington, DC- While Hillary Clinton is something of a consensus winner of Monday’s debate, it hasn’t really impacted the race. She led going into the debates, did well, and leads coming out.     




Eight in Ten (79%) Canadians Believe Being a Small Business Owner is Less Risky Than Working for Someone Else Since They Can Control their Financial Future

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Toronto, ON – Eight in ten (79%) Canadians agree (27% strongly/52% somewhat) that being a small business owner is less risky than working for someone else, as it allows them to be in control of their own financial future, according...     




Majority of Canadian Seniors (86%) Not Planning to Give Up Anything to Leave a Larger Inheritance for their Adult Kids

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Toronto, ON – A majority (86%) of Canadian seniors say they have no plans to give up their own needs and desires in order to leave a larger inheritance to their children, according to a new Ipsos survey conducted on behalf of...     




Reuters/Ipsos Poll (September 28): Core Political Approval

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Washington, DC- It looks like Hillary Clinton recovered from her pneumonia and Donald Trump caught the sniffles just in time for the first debate. In our pre-debate polling, Clinton held a lead over Trump. We’ll know later today...     




Reuters Ipsos State of the Nation

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