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May 26, 2017

In the fourth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, an online omnibus opinion survey conducted among 1,969 adult Canadians, three quarters approve of Canada’s supply management system for dairy and poultry (75%). Just one tenth disapproves of supply management (12%), and a similar proportion has no opinion (13%). Approval of supply management is highest amo...

May 20, 2017

In the fourth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, an online

omnibus opinion survey conducted among 1,969 adult Canadians, and including 458 Toronto

voters, more than one half of Torontonians will vote for John Tory for mayor if the municipal

election were held tomorrow (54%), while just one fifth will vote Doug Ford, the presumptive

challenger (22%). This rep...

May 19, 2017

In the fourth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, an online omnibus opinion survey conducted among 1,969 adult Canadians, more than 4 in 10 voters will support the federal Liberals if an election were held tomorrow (43%), and this represents an increase in vote share from last month (April 15 - 38%). In the meantime, the federal Conservatives have seen th...

May 17, 2017

In the fourth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, an online omnibus opinion survey conducted among 1,970 adult Canadians, one half (50%) of those with children who do not already own homes (n=1037) say their children will not be able to afford a home in their community, and just 3 in 10 (29%) say their children will be able to afford home buying. Incidenc...

May 16, 2017

In the fourth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, an online omnibus opinion survey conducted among 864 Ontario voters, more than one third will vote for the provincial Liberals if an election were held tomorrow (37%), putting them slightly ahead of the Progressive Conservatives (34%) for the first time this year, with the NDP still trailing (22%).

The Libe...

May 16, 2017

In the fourth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, an online omnibus opinion survey conducted among 1,969 adult Canadians, more than half approve of Ontario’s experiment in basic income (53%), while fewer than a fifth disapprove (18%). As many as 3 in 10 have no opinion (29%). Support for a basic income pilot is highest among the youngest (59%), in Atlanti...

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