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.
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.
Food delivery apps are changing the Canadian restaurant landscape – and more changes are on the horizon, according to a recent survey.
The move toward plant-based nutrition has been going on for a while, but the new Canada’s Food Guide puts an exclamation point on the trend.
A new poll from Angus Reid suggests a majority of Canadians would support an outright ban on handguns.
The numbers released on Friday show 61 per cent of respondents would support an outright ban on civilian possession of handguns.
As people head out of town for the Victoria Day long weekend, the rising cost of gas is making for an expensive holiday — and many say the B.C. government isn’t helping.
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