September 29, 2017

More than two thirds support bike lanes on major city roads (68%), and 3 in 10 say they “strongly support” them (29%). Strong support for bike lanes overall is characteristic of the youngest (47%), the least wealthy (43%), among provincial Liberals and New Democrats (40% each) and those who use a bicycle to get around the city (68%).

September 29, 2017

The majority (51%) approve of the city council sanctioned safe injection sites opening in Toronto, while one third disapprove (32%), and close to one fifth have no opinion (17%). Approving of the safe injection site plan is characteristic of the youngest (60%) and the oldest (59%), females (57%) rather than males (44%), in North York (56%), those in mid i...

September 29, 2017

More than half (54%) described our health care system as good (42%) or excellent (12%). A third of Canadians describe it as fair (31%), while 1 in 10 (11%) describe it as poor. Seeing the system as excellent is especially common among the youngest (22%), males (16%) rather than females (9%), in Alberta (19%), in Ontario outside the GTA (16%), among Liber...

September 26, 2017

One quarter have been prescribed opioids in the past (25%), and this is especially common among boomers (55 to 64 - 33%), females (28%) rather than males (21%), in Alberta especially (31%), in Ontario outside the GTA (34%), among Greens (37%) and among those in lower income groups (less than $20K - 28%, $20K to $40K - 29%). Interestingly, incidence is ver...

September 22, 2017

6 in 10 disapprove of the deal the federal government made with Omar Khadr (60%), while one fifth approve of this settlement (21%). Another one fifth have no opinion (19%). These results are very similar to those noted in April when the deal was announced (approve - 20%, disapprove - 60%). Disapproval is especially characteristic of the oldest (74%), in O...

September 21, 2017

Almost one half (49%) approve the legal, recreational use of marijuana in 2018, while about 4 in 10 disapprove (39%). Just one tenth have no opinion on this issue (11%). These results are very similar to those noted in April (approve - 50%, disapprove - 38%). Approval is especially strong among youth (62%), and in males (52%) over females (48%). Geograph...

September 20, 2017

Just one quarter are following the federal NDP leadership race closely (26%) and very few say they follow “very closely” (4%). The majority of Canadian voters don’t know who would make the best federal NDP leader (58%), and one seventh think none of the candidates is appropriate (15%). Among those that make a selection, the plurality select Jagmeet Singh...

September 19, 2017

One quarter, approve (24%) or disapprove (27%) of the federal government’s new tax rules for small businesses. One half, however, have no opinion (50%). Approval of the new tax rules overall (no specific measures) is highest among males (27%) rather than females (20%), in Alberta (29%), among Liberals (33%) and Bloc Quebecois supporters (32%) and among th...

September 19, 2017

The social values which attracted the most support are animal rights (84% support) and vaccination (84% support). After these two, there are a host of social values widely supported by Canadians including wind farms (73% support), assisted dying (72%), bilingualism (71%), same sex marriage (68%), transgender rights (67%), sex education in primary schools...

September 18, 2017

More than 4 in 10 will vote Liberal if a federal election were held tomorrow (42%), while 3 in 10 will vote Conservative (30%). This represents a slight uptick for the Liberals since July (July 13 - 40%) while the Conservative vote has not changed (July 13 - 31%). The NDP remains at one sixth vote share (16%), and this represents a decline from a position...

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