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January 24, 2018

Our latest research on Toronto’s mayoral race found that there continues to be a large gap between Mayor John Tory and former Councilor Doug Ford.  Of decided voters, Tory received 61% support. Voter intent for Ford was at 24%, while support for Desmond Cole was at 7%. A small portion of Torontonians (8%) preferred another candidate for mayor.

January 22, 2018

Support for the Liberals was up +4pts from the latter part of 2017.  Liberal support currently stands at 42%. Millennials were most inclined to support the Liberals (52%) along with those from Toronto, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. It appears that the Liberals weathered the storm well and that voters have forgotten or forgiven the Liberals for the various c...

January 16, 2018

The key findings for January are that 27% of Torontonians believe that the King Street Pilot works well, requires some minor improvements and should be made permanent.  47% believe that the Pilot is not as bad as they initially expected, that some significant improvements are required and that the pilot should continue. 26% believe that the Pilot is not w...

January 12, 2018

The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario (PCs) and the Ontario Liberal Party (OLP) remain in a statistical tie (PCs 35% and OLP 34%). The Ontario New Democratic Party (NDP) continues to trail, captivating only 23% of decided voters. The PCs continue to have strong support from voters 45 years of age and older (Age 45-54= 41%, 55-64= 44% and 65+= 42%)...

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