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.
Close to 50 per cent of respondents felt the USMCA is worse than NAFTA, and only 18 per cent thought it was better. The results were based on an online survey of 1,500 representative members of the permanent Angus Reid Forum.
According to a new Angus Reid study, three-in-ten Canadians are ditching home TV packages for online streaming options. 48 percent of those under age 35 have cancelled their cable or satellite service or never signed up for it in the first place. Additionally, 63 percent are ditching landline phones.
Angus Reid said it questioned a randomized sample of 1,500 Canadian adults between Sept. 4 and Sept. 7 who are members of the Angus Reid Forum.
The Angus Reid Institute conducted the online survey from Sept 10 – 14, 2018 among a representative randomized sample of 800 adult B.C. residents who are members of Angus Reid Forum.
A new poll shows most Canadians lack confidence in the ability of their community police to spot drug-influenced drivers and to enforce new penalties after recreational cannabis is legal next month.
The poll — which was conducted between July 25-30 based on interviews with 1,500 members of the Angus Reid Forum, an online panel — suggests that the border issue is resonating with Canadians. Fully 70 per cent of respondents to the poll said they were either “following it in the news and discussing it with friends and family” or “seeing some media coverage and having the odd conversation.”
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