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.
But asked to prioritize one or the other as more important for Canada — “trade and investment opportunities” or “human rights and the rule of law” — nearly two-thirds of respondents or 62 per cent said they’d prioritize human rights. People who said they would prioritize trade, instead, were far more likely to see Trudeau as handling the current situation poorly. The results were based on an online survey using a sample of 1,700 Canadians who are members of the Angus Reid Forum.
Quebec is the least popular province in Confederation, according to new polling from the Angus Reid Institute. The survey, part of a four-part series on western Canadian identity, found that, on average, just five per cent of Canadians outside Quebec believe that Quebec is close with or friendly towards their own province; what’s more, 53 per cent believe that la belle province takes more from Confederation than it gives. And, 21 per cent of Quebecers feel that way about their own province, too.
Nearly two-thirds of Canadians believe that the lack of pipeline space to move oil constitutes a crisis in Canada, according to new polling from the Angus Reid Institute. The poll, conducted online from Dec. 21, 2018 to Jan. 3. 2019, drew from a sample of 4,024 Canadian adults who are members of the Angus Reid Forum.
Quebec Premier François Legault and Scott Moe topped an approval-rating survey released Thursday by the Angus Reid Institute. Legault received a thumbs-up from 59 per cent of Quebec residents, while 57 per cent of Saskatchewanians gave Moe a vote of confidence in the online survey, which polled Angus Reid Forum members between Dec. 12-19.
Trudeau’s approval rating among Canadians is now at its lowest level since he was elected, according to the Angus Reid Institute’s latest survey. Thirty-nine per cent of respondents in the new survey said they “strongly disapprove” of the prime minister, while just eight per cent said they “strongly approve.”
Canadians appear to be throwing their support behind Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland after the sealing of a new trade deal with the U.S., but rebuking the ministers of energy and immigration, according to a new survey assessing the performance of Liberal cabinet members. The Angus Reid poll heard from 1,800 Canadian respondents through an online survey between November 28 and December 6.
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