Your opinions have an impact on our world. Here are some of the latest news stories where surveys completed by members of the Angus Reid Forum are getting attention and appearing in the news.
The majority of Canadians (56 per cent) support Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to approve the controversial twinning of the Trans Mountain pipeline, according to a Angus Reid poll.
For many across the country, October will be an important time of potential change, with Canadians eager to express let their voices be heard via the ballot box. With four years of Trudeau nearly in the bag, Canadians from East to West will have a big decision on hand. Do they vote to keep Justin Trudeau in power, or is it time for him to step aside, allowing someone new to take the helm?
Saskatchewan loves its leader.
Premier Scott Moe had a 65 per cent approval rating in a recent Angus Reid survey, the highest of all premiers in Canada.
With the Toronto Raptors’ first-ever NBA finals appearance in full swing, a new Angus Reid Institute survey suggests the popularity of professional basketball is on the grow in Canada.
Albertans are more likely to think gun laws are too strict and shouldn’t be strengthened, according to a national poll done by the Angus Reid Institute.
Almost eight in 10 Canadians say the Catholic Church has done a poor job of handling clerical sexual abuse and more than half of practising Catholics agree, a new poll says.
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