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.
More Canadians believe their respective provinces’ economy will worsen rather than improve in 2020, according to a new Angus Reid Institute poll, with four-in-five Alberta residents saying the economy in their oil-rich province will suffer over the next year.
The pressure is on Andrew Scheer as a survey shows that more than two-fifths of Canadians who voted Conservative in the recent federal election feel it’s time for the leader to step down, according to a new Angus Reid poll released Tuesday.
Angus Reid says while the struggling Liberals may not have captured the most votes or secured enough seats for a majority, new data confirms they were able to successfully persuade enough voters to back them, rather than support another party which may have helped to elect the Conservatives.
Canada is often viewed as a model of harmony. Monday’s election suggests a more divided country.
On much of the east coast, the Conservative Party struggled. In the western prairies, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party were shut out. A Quebec party that advocates independence from Canada surged.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the selfie-snapping Liberal leader who swept to power and international fame four years ago with promises of “sunny ways,” heads into Monday’s federal election with his star dimmed and his political future in jeopardy.
The summary of a new poll carries these words in the headline: "Minority Report?"
It's the Angus Reid Institute's way of immediately conveying that the rise of the NDP and the Bloc Québécois is making a Conservative or Liberal majority less likely in the October 21 election.
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