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March 11, 2017

The majority approve of Parliamentary Motion M-103, which proposes, among other things, that the government should “condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination” (56%), whereas just one quarter disapprove of this non-binding motion (24%).

March 11, 2017

The federal Liberals have bounced back from a tie with the Conservatives last month (February 8 - 34% each) and now lead with two fifths of the national vote share (43%). The Conservatives have, in the same period, seen their vote share decline by 7 points to just more than one quarter (27%).

March 11, 2017

The strong majority, more than three quarters, agree that climate is changing due to human influence (77%). This is common across all regional and political affiliations, although to a lesser degree among residents of Alberta (62%) and Conservatives (56%). Agreement the climate is changing due to human influence is highest among younger age groups (18 to...

March 11, 2017

Of the seven national institutions related to politics and policy-making listed, scientific expertise scores the highest overall for trustworthiness (83% find this trustworthy, 37% have “a great deal of trust”). After scientific expertise, the CBC is seen to be especially trustworthy (71%, “a great deal of trust” - 25%). After these two institutions, ther...

March 8, 2017

About one fifth of past-year users consume marijuana or cannabis daily (20%), and more than a third use it more often than once a week (38%). On average, past-year users consume marijuana about 100 days out of the year (on average, 102 days out of the year).

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