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What did we learn about polling in 2016? And how can we do better going forward?

By Angus Reid, Chairman, and Ian Holliday, Research Associate December 9, 2016 – In the world of public opinion research, 2016 was a year marked by two big surprises: First, in June, most polls leading up to the “Brexit” referendum showed

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Two-in-three Canadian workers would like to make a significant change in their careers

Nine-in-ten who have made a major career change in the past say they’re glad they did so October 27, 2016 – For many Canadian workers, it appears that the grass is always greener at somebody else’s job. While three-quarters of

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Approving B.C. LNG project likely to alienate a small – but important – segment of Trudeau base

By Ian Holliday, Research Associate September 30, 2016 – The federal government’s approval – with 190 conditions – of an $11.4-billion terminal for exporting liquefied natural gas on British Columbia’s northern coast raises a number of questions about the Trudeau government’s energy

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Shachi Kurl talking TransMountain Pipeline on CBC Calgary

Angus Reid Institute Executive Director Shachi Kurl joins CBC Calgary to discuss polling on the TransMountain Pipeline expansion project.

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At Issue Panel – Trudeau elbowing incident

Angus Reid Institute Executive Director Shachi Kurl discusses the so-called “elbow-gate” incident with CBC’s At Issue panel.

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Legalize it? Canadians say yes, but that doesn’t mean they find smoking weed ‘acceptable’

By Ian Holliday, Research Associate April 28, 2016 – By this time next year – assuming the federal government makes good on its promise to introduce legislation in spring 2017 – marijuana legalization will be imminent, and most Canadians will be

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