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November 14, 2019

Campaign Research has conducted a national public opinion poll of 2,479 Canadians. Post election (October 21st, 2019), we wanted to take a closer look at the following:

a) How voters mostly felt about the election campaign overall

b) Were voters voting for their preferred choice, or were they voting against a party or leader

c) What policy areas voters were...

October 20, 2019

Campaign Research has conducted a national public opinion poll with 5039 eligible Canadian voters between October 16th and 20th, 2019.  The national horserace numbers and the provincial horserace numbers in British Columbia and Ontario are so close between the support for the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) and the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC), that i...

October 19, 2019

Campaign Research continues to conduct a national public opinion poll now at 3541 eligible Canadian voters.  We continue to track movements that might provide us with any clues as to how this election might finish.  The national horserace ballot numbers and the overall ballot numbers in British Columbia and Ontario are so close that it is difficult to pre...

October 18, 2019

Campaign Research has conducted a national public opinion poll with 1987 eligible Canadian voters.  In the last days of the election campaign we want to track movements that might provide us with any clues as to how this election might finish because the national horserace ballot numbers and the overall ballot numbers in British Columbia and Ontario are s...

October 12, 2019

October 12th, 2019

Campaign Research has conducted a national public opinion poll with 4037 Canadians.  Ten days ago, we reported that Jagmeet Singh of the NDP was experiencing a significant upswing in his “job approval” ratings.  This week, we wanted to take another close look to see if the spike in Singh’s job approval rating combined with his well-recei...

October 10, 2019

Campaign Research has conducted a national public opinion poll of 3,147 Canadians.  Last week, before the English Leaders’ debate we picked up on a significant increase in Jagmeet Singh’s “job approval” rating.  After the English Leaders’ debate, we wanted to see if this increase was: a) continuing or not, b) how significant the increase was relative to o...

October 4, 2019

Campaign Research has conducted a national public opinion poll of 4,755 Canadians.  We wanted to take a closer look into seat-rich regions to see if Singh & May’s rising approval ratings could be enough to hold the LPC from attaining a majority government.

With respect to “job approval”, 31% of Canadians approved of the job that Trudeau was doing. Trudeau...

October 3, 2019

CPC has significant advantages heading into final 2 weeks 

Campaign Research has conducted the largest national public opinion poll in the 43rd General Election (n=4,755).  Since the national “horserace” numbers have remained so close between the CPC and LPC so over a year, we decided to collect a much larger sample so that we could take a closer look at h...

September 21, 2019

Campaign Research has conducted an public opinion poll with 1030 adults that are eligible to vote in Ontario.  This poll was conducted between September the 18th and 19th, 2019, using online surveys.  Our release yesterday shows how the parties stack up.  You can see those detailed results here: https://tinyurl.com/yxq9c27d

The “Voter Gap Analysi...

September 20, 2019

Campaign Research Inc. has conducted 2 polls using different methodologies over a two-night period (September 18th & 19th, 2019).

Background

In the first week of the federal election campaign there had been a lot of discussion around polling results and the differences between results/findings of various research firms. Questions had been raised regarding t...

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