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April 22, 2017

More than half of Canadians think the economy is not growing (54%), compared to just more than a third who think it is (35%). One tenth are unsure (11%). Perception that the economy is growing is characteristic of younger groups (25 to 34 - 38%) and the oldest (38%), males (37%) rather than females (33%), in BC especially (44%), but also in Toronto (39%),...

April 20, 2017

Just less than one tenth have rented Airbnb accommodations (8%). This behaviour is especially common to the youngest (14%), in Toronto (12%), among federal Liberals (12%) and among the very wealthiest, especially ($100K to $250K - 17%). Among those who have used Uber’s ride sharing app (12% in total), more than a quarter have rented from Airbnb (28%). It...

April 18, 2017

One half believe Canada admits too many immigrants (49%), while just more than 4 in 10 (43%) think the number admitted is too few (7%) or about right (36%). Thinking too many immigrants are coming to Canada is common to Gen X (45 to 54 - 58%), Albertans (56%), federal Conservatives (69%) and Bloc Quebecois voters (62%) and the less wealthy ($20K to $40K -...

April 17, 2017

36% would vote Progressive Conservative if a provincial election were held tomorrow, while just over 3 in 10 would vote for the Liberals (31%). Slightly less than this, a quarter, would vote for the NDP (25%).

April 12, 2017

Just less than 4 in 10, would vote Liberal if a federal election were held tomorrow (38%), compared to just fewer than 3 in 10 (29%) for the Conservatives. This nine point spread compares to last month (March 11, 2017) when the Liberals posted a result of just over 4 in 10 (43%) and the Conservatives just over a quarter (27%) - a lead of sixteen points. I...

April 12, 2017

The majority, close to 6 in 10, agree that the federal government should intervene in the housing market in urban centres to cool down prices (58%). This is especially the case in the City of Toronto (64%), and also in the GTA surrounding Toronto (62%). Those under 35 are especially keen to see this kind of intervention (18 to 24 - 69%, 25 to 34 - 70%), a...

April 12, 2017

One half would vote for John Tory if the mayoral election were held tomorrow (50%), compared to just fewer than 3 in 10 for Doug Ford if he were to run (29%). Few opt for freshman councillor, Joe Cressy (6%).

April 11, 2017

One half disapprove of sanctuary cities, described as “a city which permits residence by illegal immigrants to help them to avoid deportation” (49%). In contrast, just one quarter approve of these cities (27%) and a similar proportion have no opinion (24%). Approval is characteristic of the youngest (18 to 24 - 36%), in the city of Toronto (a sanctuary ci...

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