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July 21, 2017

In recognition that July is ice cream month, Campaign Research is pleased to release an online consumer survey conducted among 1,970 adult Canadian consumers. Our survey highlights Canadians’ preferences of frozen desserts among the most notable chains in the country. Interestingly, our study found that Canadians prefer eating ice cream over frozen yogurt...

July 21, 2017

TORONTO, JULY 21, 2017 – In the sixth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, a national online public opinion omnibus survey conducted among a sample of 1,540 Canadian voters, close to one half favoured ending the British Monarch’s role as Canada’s Head of State (48%), while just one third favoured retaining the British Monarchy (34%). One fifth didn’t have...

July 21, 2017

In the sixth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, an online public opinion omnibus survey conducted among a sample of 506 Toronto voters, one half will vote to reelect Mayor John Tory if an election were held tomorrow (50%), while one quarter would vote Doug Ford (27%). Half this proportion would cast a vote for Councillor Mike Layton (14%).

The mayor’s sup...

July 18, 2017

In the sixth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, a provincial online public opinion omnibus survey conducted among a sample of 943 Ontario voters, just fewer than 4 in 10 will vote Progressive Conservative if a provincial vote were held tomorrow (38%), whereas just more than 3 in 10 will vote Liberal (31%). Fewer than a quarter will vote for the NDP (23%)...

July 18, 2017

In the sixth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, an online public opinion omnibus survey conducted among a sample of 506 Toronto voters, a healthy majority, close to 6 in 10, approved the idea of more bike lanes being constructed in the city (57%). About half this proportion disapproved (28%) of this proposal, and fewer than one fifth had no opinion on th...

July 14, 2017

In the sixth wave of the Campaign Research Poll, a national online public opinion omnibus survey conducted among a sample of 1,540 Canadian voters, the majority, 6 in 10, disapprove of the $10.5 million payout and apology given to Omar Khadr (60%), whereas one fifth approve of this payment (20%). One fifth have no opinion in the matter (19%). Disapproval...

July 14, 2017

4 in 10 will vote Liberal if a federal election were held tomorrow (40%), while 3 in 10 would vote Conservative (31%). One fifth will vote for the NDP (19% -

July 13, 2017

Just one tenth (10%) of participants were familiar with the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) movement directed at the State of Israel.

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