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Nuanced opinion on doctor-assisted death means government should tread lightly

By Shachi Kurl January 15, 2016 – On the subject of doctor-assisted death in Canada, the federal government now finds itself in a somewhat similar position as some proponents: waiting, and running out of time.

16.01.15. 18:20

Canadians say our moral values are weakening four-to-one...

Most Canadians see cheating on partners & cheating on taxes as morally unacceptable January 13, 2016 – Just one-in-ten Canadians see moral values strengthening in this country...

16.01.13. 07:30

ANALYSIS: How do Canadians want infrastructure dollars spent? It depends on where they live

By Ian Holliday January 5, 2016 – In our recent poll regarding the federal government’s proposal to run budget deficits in order to invest more money in infrastructure...

16.01.05. 23:25

What will engage Canadians most in 2016? Many of the same issues that dominated 2015

The federal election and the Paris attacks were the most-followed news stories of 2015. January 1, 2016 – As the world turns its gaze toward 2016, the Angus Reid Institute is preparing its polling agenda for the next 12 months.

16.01.01. 06:30

Top Stories of 2015: Number 1 – Election 2015

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of pageviews they received at angusreid.org. This is the number 1 story of the year.

15.12.31. 06:30

Top Stories of the Year: Number 2 – Bill C-51

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of pageviews they received at angusreid.org. This is number 2.

15.12.30. 06:30

Top Stories of the Year: Number 3 – Religion and Faith in Canada

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of page views they received at angusreid.org. This is number 3.

15.12.29. 06:30

Top Stories of 2015: Number 4 – The Mike Duffy Trial

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of pageviews they received at angusreid.org. This is number 4.

15.12.28. 06:30

Top Stories of 2015: Number 5 – The Syrian Refugee Crisis

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of pageviews they received at angusreid.org. This is number 5.

15.12.27. 06:30

Top Stories of 2015: Number 6 – Housing crises in Toronto and Vancouver

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of pageviews they received at angusreid.org. This is number 6.

15.12.26. 06:30

Top Stories of 2015: Number 7 – The Harper Legacy

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of page views they received at angusreid.org. This is number 7.

15.12.25. 06:30

Top Stories of 2015: Number 8 – Prescription drugs and pharmacare

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of pageviews they received at angusreid.org. This is number 8.

15.12.24. 06:30

Top Stories of 2015: Number 9 – Canada’s mission against ISIS

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of page views they received at angusreid.org. This is number 9.

15.12.23. 06:30

Top Stories of 2015: Number 10 – Public Prayer

For the last 10 days of 2015, the Angus Reid Institute is counting down our top 10 stories of the year, based on the total number of page views they received at angusreid.org. This is number 10.

15.12.22. 07:30

Most urban Canadians want Trump’s name gone from towers in Toronto, Vancouver

One-third of Canadians overall agree with GOP presidential candidate’s call to ban Muslim immigration December 18, 2015 – Donald Trump may be leading the pack among U.S.

15.12.18. 07:30

One-in-five Canadians say they’ve suffered a concussion playing sports; most before turning 18

Pattern of under-reporting concussions appears to be changing as awareness of brain injury grows December 16, 2015 –While Canadians have become lamentably accustomed to seeing hockey stars such as Sidney Crosby...

15.12.16. 07:30

Hockey Night in Canada: Chemistry improving in second year of Rogers broadcast

Number of Canadians embracing Rogers broadcast has almost doubled over last year, but still in minority December 12, 2015 – With the second season of Hockey Night in Canada ...

15.12.12. 05:40

Premiers’ Performance: Federal Liberal ‘red tide’ lifts Atlantic Premiers’ approval ratings

Saskatchewan’s Brad Wall the only Canadian premier with majority approval rating December 9...

15.12.09. 07:30

Rick Hansen discusses ARI poll on disability and accessibility on Canada AM

The founder and CEO of the Rick Hansen Foundation joins CTV’s Canada AM to discuss...

15.12.07. 01:51

Disability and Accessibility: Canadians see significant...

Canadians view accessibility for people with disabilities as a human right; but see big gaps in delivering it December 3, 2015 – The vast majority of Canadians want their communities to be fully accessible for people with disabilities...

15.12.03. 07:30

Health Care: One-third of Canadians report difficult access to family doctors...

Access to primary care is worst in Quebec, but one-third report difficulty nationwide December 1, 2015 – The new federal Liberal government has said it intends to establish a new health accord with the provinces.

15.12.01. 20:11

Trudeau’s first month: PM enjoys strong approval ratings...

Trudeau’s approval rating in his first month as PM is the inverse of Stephen Harper’s in his last December 1, 2015 – The red tide that lifted Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party ...

15.12.01. 07:30

Climate Change: Canadians optimistic about first ministers’ meeting, pessimistic about Paris talks

Two-thirds of Canadians back emissions reduction commitment as COP21 meeting looms November 23, 2015 – With climate change talks on the agenda at the first meeting since 2009 between the Prime Minister, premiers and territorial leaders...

15.11.23. 07:30

Mission against ISIS: Three-in-five Canadians say government should maintain or increase bombing

Polarized politics drive divided opinions; ½ Liberal voters prefer option other than Trudeau plan November 19...

15.11.19. 22:58

Syrian Refugee Resettlement: tight timelines are key...

Canadians polarized on issue in general, with just over half rejecting plan to accept 25,000 refugees by Jan.

15.11.18. 06:30

Just one-third in Afghanistan say country is headed in the right direction...

The Asia Foundation has released “A Survey of the Afghan People: Afghanistan in 2015”. The survey canvassed the opinions of almost 10,000 citizens from all of the country’s provinces.

15.11.17. 19:03

ANALYSIS: Keystone, Canada and our “special friend”...

By Shachi Kurl and Ian Holliday U.S. President Barack Obama’s decision to reject...

15.11.06. 20:19

Canadians back normalization of U.S.-Cuba relations...

Canadians believe visiting Cuba will be worse than it is now if Americans start going too Nov 6, 2015 – As the United States continues to gradually thaw its once-frozen relations with Cuba, Canadians are overwhelmingly supportive...

15.11.06. 05:30

Canadians excited about Trudeau win, less so about key campaign promises on refugees, TFSAs, pot

Opinions over what Trudeau should tackle first depend on where Canadians live, how they voted November 2, 2015 – As Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau puts the final touches on a soon-to-be-revealed cabinet...

15.11.03. 07:30

The Harper legacy: Canadians praise cuts to GST, balanced budgets, condemn environmental record

Canadians split over whether outgoing PM solved or worsened country’s biggest problems October 30, 2015 – As outgoing Prime Minister Stephen Harper quietly prepares for his departure as Canada’s head of government...

15.10.29. 19:27

Americans unsure about raising the debt ceiling to avoid default

Monday night saw Republican congressional leaders and President Obama reach a tentative budget deal that would allow for a raise of the federal debt ceiling above its current level of $18.1 trillion...

15.10.27. 20:46

Putin’s approval rating at an all time high after strikes against ISIS in Syria

Russian president Vladimir Putin has seen his approval rating hit its highest level ever recorded, 89.9 per cent, in a new poll released by The Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM).

15.10.23. 00:36

Trans-Pacific Partnership: Canadians say trade deal is good for consumers...

Canadian opinion dominated by uncertainty as full text of twelve-country agreement still under wraps October 22...

15.10.23. 05:59

Comic turned politician looks to be Guatemala’s next president

Leading up to Sunday’s runoff election for the Guatemalan presidency, former television comedian Jimmy Morales looks to be firmly in control.

15.10.22. 22:12

Analysis: On anniversary of Parliament Hill attack,...

How public opinion on the terrorism file has evolved over the last 12 months October 21, 2015 – Thursday marks the one-year anniversary of the Parliament Hill shooting...

15.10.22. 05:47

Plurality of Brits support closer trade ties with China...

A new YouGov poll finds that Brits see an expanded relationship with China in their future, with the roll of Europe as their largest trading partner diminishing.

15.10.20. 23:33

Trump, Clinton lead race to primary nominations

After a brief dip in the polls last month, Donald Trump’s support has stabilized and jumped three points in a new CNN/ORC poll fielded October 14 – 17.

15.10.20. 22:26

Analysis: Trudeau momentum spurs party to “sunny ways”...

Among “head versus heart” voters, Liberals won over hearts, spurred by desire for change October 20, 2015 – On the way to a majority government mandate...

15.10.20. 07:34

Shachi Kurl joins CBC’s Power and Politics for one last look at Election 2015 polls

ARI Senior Vice President Shachi Kurl joins CBC’s Power and Politics to talk about...

15.10.19. 21:44

Forum: October 18

Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling to reach 1,373 adult Canadians on the day before election day. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate.

15.10.18. 22:04

EKOS: October 16 – 18

EKOS asked all respondents the question “Thinking about the upcoming federal election on October 19th, have you already voted either at an advance poll or by special ballot?”

15.10.18. 22:01

Mainstreet: October 14 – 15

Mainstreet asked all respondents the question “If the federal election were today, which party would you support?” Those who said they were undecided were asked the follow-up question “Which party are you leaning towards?”

15.10.18. 21:46

Election 2015: Liberals edge Conservatives as volatile...

Momentum and softness of NDP vote give Liberals more room to grow late in writ period, CPC appears stalled October 16, 2015 – Election 2015 enters its final weekend with the Liberal Party of Canada ...

15.10.16. 21:41

Forum: October 13 – 14

Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling to reach 1,438 adult Canadians. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate. Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20.

15.10.16. 19:18

Nanos: October 11 – 14

Nanos asked decided voters the question, “If a FEDERAL election were held today, could you please rank your top two current local voting preferences?”

15.10.16. 01:44

Republican caucus goers say Trump has best chance to win general election

A new poll from CNN/ORC is showing continued support for Donald Trump as he pushes toward the Republican presidential nomination. The original sample for the poll was comprised of 1,011 Nevadan adults and 1,009 South Carolina adults.

15.10.16. 00:45

Ipsos: October 9 – 13

Ipsos conducted an online poll of 1,349 adult Canadians using the “Ipsos I-Say Panel” and some non-panel sources through river-sampling. Results were then weighted to census data.

15.10.15. 20:11

EKOS: October 10 – 12

EKOS asked all respondents the question “Thinking about the upcoming federal election on October 19th, have you already voted either at an advance poll or by special ballot?”

15.10.15. 19:41

Shachi Kurl joins CBC’s Power & Politics to talk about election 2015

Our Vice President Shachi Kurl joined Power & Politics on October 9 to talk about the 2015 election ahead of Thanksgiving weekend.

15.10.14. 18:45

Shachi Kurl joins Canada AM to talk about the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Shachi Kurl speaks to CTV’s Canada AM about the political implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.The post Shachi Kurl joins Canada AM to talk about the Trans-Pacific Partnership appeared first on Angus Reid Institute

15.10.14. 01:48

Nanos: October 9 – 11

Nanos asked decided voters the question, “If a FEDERAL election were held today, could you please rank your top two current local voting preferences?”

15.10.14. 01:11

EKOS: October 8 – 10

EKOS asked all respondents the question “Thinking about the upcoming federal election on October 19th, have you already voted either at an advance poll or by special ballot?”

15.10.14. 01:02

Forum: October 8 – 9

Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling to reach 1,427 adult Canadians. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate. Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20.

15.10.14. 00:59

Angus Reid Institute: October 7 – 9

As the Election 2015 campaign heads into the long weekend and the start of advance voting, the ‘Mulcair Momentum’ that looked like it could push the New Democratic Party ...

15.10.14. 00:56

Innovative Research: October 5 – 8

Innovative Research Group conducted an online poll with a sample of 3,417 adult Canadians – 1,505 of whom came from Innovative’s Canada 20/20 panel, and the rest of whom were provided by Survey Sampling International.

15.10.14. 00:53

Mainstreet: October 6 – 7

Mainstreet asked all respondents the question “If the federal election were today, which party would you support?” Those who said they were undecided were asked the follow-up question “Which party are you leaning towards?”

15.10.14. 00:48

Angus Reid sits down with Voice of BC to talk polling and politics

Voice of BC – Angus Reid from Voice of BC on Vimeo.The post Angus Reid sits down with Voice of BC to talk polling and politics appeared first on Angus Reid Institute

15.10.10. 21:03

Election 2015: Race narrows to Conservative-Liberal contest with NDP in third place...

Trudeau’s personal appeal among factors propelling Liberals forward October 9, 2015 – As the Election 2015 campaign heads into the long weekend and the start of advance voting...

15.10.10. 01:46

EKOS: October 5 – 7

EKOS asked all respondents the question “If a federal election were held tomorrow, which party would you vote for”.

15.10.09. 21:38

Leger: October 5 – 7

Leger polled 2,087 Canadians from October 5 – 7, finding a four point lead for the Liberal Party (34%) over the Conservative Party (30%) tied, with NDP (25%) taking third place.

15.10.09. 20:58

Canada’s health care system has serious problems, so why isn’t this election about them?

October 9, 2015 – By Angus Reid and Ian Holliday In every survey we’ve conducted during this election campaign, we’ve asked Canadians to name their two most important issues.

15.10.09. 20:42

Abacus: October 5 – 6

Abacus asked all of its respondents – “If a federal election was held tomorrow, which one of the following parties would you vote for in your constituency?” The reported percentages are of those who are “committed voters”.

15.10.09. 19:41

Forum: October 5 – 6

Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling of 1,447 adult Canadians. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate. Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20.

15.10.09. 19:26

EKOS: October 4 – 6

EKOS asked all respondents the question “If a federal election were held tomorrow, which party would you vote for”.

15.10.09. 19:08

Will uncertain voters follow their heads or their hearts?

October 7, 2015 – By Ian Holliday Election polls ask voters lots of interesting questions that end up getting ignored as the electoral beast’s insatiable hunger for new “horserace” ...

15.10.07. 22:11

Government approval ratings fall in Latin America

An annual poll covering public opinion in Latin America has been released, celebrating the twentieth anniversary of its original publication.

15.10.06. 22:51

Nanos: October 3 – 5

Nanos asked decided voters the question, “If a FEDERAL election were held today, could you please rank your top two current local voting preferences?”

15.10.06. 19:37

Ipsos: October 2 – 4

Ipsos conducted an online poll of 1,441 adult Canadians using the “Ipsos I-Say Panel” and some non-panel sources through river-sampling. Results were then weighted to census data.

15.10.06. 19:14

Mainstreet: September 30 – October 1

Mainstreet asked all respondents the question “If a federal election were held tomorrow, which party would you vote for”.

15.10.06. 18:50

Innovative Research: September 29 – October 1

Innovative Research Group conducted an online poll with a sample of 1,562 adult Canadians who were provided by Survey Sampling International.

15.10.06. 18:36

On foreign policy, trade trumps, but can any party turn the TPP into votes?

October 5, 2015 – By Shachi Kurl Not sure what to think about the Trans-Pacific Partnership? Don’t worry, neither are 46 per cent of your fellow Canadians.

15.10.06. 01:30

Canadians and their Communities: A National Survey on Citizen Engagement and Attitudes

Feelings of attachment and belonging to communities depend greatly on Canadians’ individual mindsets October 6, 2015 – Canadians tie more of their identity to their country than their own communities...

15.10.06. 07:30

Angus Reid Institute: September 28 – 30

With only 19 days left in the 2015 federal election campaign, a volatile electorate is enabling the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) to begin to shake loose from the Liberals (LPC) and New Democrats (NDP)...

15.10.01. 20:07

Forum: September 28 – 29

Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling of 1,499 adult Canadians. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate. Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20.

15.10.01. 20:02

Election 2015: The Politics of Healthcare

The post Election 2015: The Politics of Healthcare appeared first on Angus Reid Institute

15.09.24. 20:16

After “leadership spill”, Australian approval of new Prime Minister soars

The transfer of control over the Australian Liberal Party from Tony Abbott to new leader Malcolm Turnbull, undertaken during a leadership vote on September 15, looks to be a welcome change for the Australian public.

15.09.23. 02:14

Ipsos: September 18 – 20

Ipsos conducted an online poll of 1103 adult Canadians using the “Ipsos I-Say Panel”. Results were then weighted to Census data. Ipsos reports that the margin of error of is +/-3.6%, 19 times out of 20.

15.09.22. 19:35

Forum: September 18

Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling of 922 adult Canadians. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate. Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20.

15.09.22. 19:15

Under Modi, Indians report improved opinion of government

The newest Pew Research “Global Attitudes Survey” has canvassed 2,452 adults in India and uncovered a much more positive attitude about the current government than previous years.

15.09.18. 01:52

Who’s ahead going into September 20 Greek election?

After the final televised debate before a September 20th election, the race between ex-Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of Syriza and Vangelis Meimarakis leader of the New Democracy party appears too close to call.

15.09.18. 00:37

Forum: September 14 – 15

Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling of 1402 adult Canadians. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate. Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20.

15.09.17. 21:40

Environics: September 10 – 15

Environics conducted live telephone surveys of 1,001 adult Canadians, between September 10 – 15. Both landlines and cell phones were surveyed to accrue data, which was then weighted to census for age, gender, and region.

15.09.17. 21:32

Debate over proposed UK-EU referendum heats up as voters split evenly on the issue

A new poll from ICM Unlimited provides some insight into public opinion regarding a proposed “in-out” referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership in the European Union.

15.09.16. 20:16

Election 2015: Promises, Promises – Canadians weigh in on the economic proposals of the parties

Poll asking Canadians to rate party’s fiscal promises finds soft, committed CPC voters on different tracks September 16, 2015 – In an election campaign dominated by economic issues...

15.09.15. 23:14

Nanos: September 12 – 14

Nanos asked only decided voters the question, “: If a FEDERAL election were held today, could you please rank your top two current local voting preferences?”

15.09.15. 21:03

Ipsos: September 11 – 13

Ipsos conducted an online poll of 980 adult Canadians using the “Ipsos I-Say Panel”. Results were then weighted to Census data. Ipsos reports that the margin of error of is +/-3.6%, 19 times out of 20.

15.09.15. 20:51

Abacus: September 9 – 11

Abacus asked all of its respondents – regardless of whether they had decided on whom to support – “If a federal election was held tomorrow, which one of the following parties would you vote for in your constituency?”

15.09.15. 20:41

Forum: September 9 – 10

Forum used Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling of 1308 adult Canadians. Results were weighted to census data where appropriate. Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20.

15.09.15. 20:27

Innovative Research: September 4 – 10

Innovative Research Group conducted an online poll of 2,121 Canadian adults, 1,496 of whom are members of the “Canada 20/20” national panel, and an additional sample of 624 who were provided by Survey Sampling International.

15.09.15. 20:21

Election 2015: To Have and Have Not; Canadians’ Economic Anxiety Shapes Campaign Perspective

Those who say they’re “Haves” back the Conservative Party; “Have-Nots” size up opposition alternatives September 14, 2015 – The economy continues to be the dominating issue of this federal election campaign...

15.09.14. 06:00

In wake of tragic photo of drowned boy , French support for refugee accommodation jumps dramatically

Reaction to the image of three-year-old Alan Kurdi, who washed up on a beach in Turkey after his family had attempted to flee to Greece, continues to affect public opinion around the globe.

15.09.11. 00:46

One-quarter of Brits say Queen Elizabeth II “greatest-ever monarch”

September 9 marks a historic moment in the United Kingdom, as Queen Elizabeth II becomes Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.

15.09.08. 23:13

Nanos: September 4 – 6

Nanos asked only decided voters the question, “For those parties you would consider voting for federally, could you please rank your top two current local preferences?”

15.09.08. 20:05

Leger: August 31 – September 2

The most recent polling results from Leger Research suggests a near three-way tie in the federal election race.

15.09.08. 19:26

Forum: August 30 – September 1

Methodology: Interactive Voice Response (IVR) phone polling of 1384 adult Canadians. The poll was fielded from August 30th to September 1st and Forum reports that the margin of error of is +/-3%, 19 times out of 20.

15.09.08. 19:00

Canadians divided along political lines over whether...

Poll reveals schism between religious and non-religious Conservative Party supporters With the Harper government under fire on the campaign trail for its reaction to the European migrant crisis and refugee policy in general...

15.09.04. 08:50

GTA woes: Transit top concern for residents; housing costs threaten to push millennials out

Nearly half of those 18 – 34 considering leaving due to high housing prices September 4, 2015 – The Economist may have recently named Toronto one of the world’s most liveable cities...

15.09.04. 07:30

Hillary Clinton’s favourability at lowest level since 2008

Hillary Clinton’s favourability rating has hit its lowest point since 2008 according to the newest Washington Post poll, fielded August 26 – 30.

15.09.03. 00:31

Race tightens as Greek election approaches

A new poll from Greek Polling Online (GPO) indicates that Syriza, the incumbent leftist party, and their main competition for re-election, the conservative New Democracy Party are in a tie, just 18 days before the election is to be held.

15.09.02. 23:04

Electoral Record Continued

US National Elections United States – November 2012 Angus Reid provided the most accurate forecast of the nationwide popular vote...

15.09.02. 00:05

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