Election 2015: Promises, Promises – Canadians weigh in on the economic proposals of the parties

Poll asking Canadians to rate party’s fiscal promises finds soft, committed CPC voters on different tracks September 16, 2015 – In an election campaign dominated by economic issues, which party’s fiscal promises resonate most with Canadians? Which are falling flat?

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Election 2015: To Have and Have Not; Canadians’ Economic Anxiety Shapes Campaign Perspective

Those who say they’re “Haves” back the Conservative Party; “Have-Nots” size up opposition alternatives September 14, 2015 – The economy continues to be the dominating issue of this federal election campaign, and new data from the Angus Reid Institute (ARI)

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Election 2015: One-third of Canadians say they’re “falling behind”, embrace Mulcair 2:1 over Harper, Trudeau

Party choice tied heavily to personal economic circumstances August 28, 2015 – As party leaders spar over deficits and stimulus spending, they do so with good reason: the latest public opinion poll from the Angus Reid Institute finds vote intention at

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Prentice’s job approval dips amid slumping oil prices, budget pressure and election speculation

Manitoba’s Selinger – having won a narrow victory to save his job – sees approval improve.  March 19, 2015 – As oil prices slump to a six-year low and speculation swirls over an early election call in Alberta, premier Jim

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Freedom of Speech: Canadians support Charlie Hebdo’s choice to publish images of Prophet Muhammad

Free speech trumps religious sensitivities, but Canadians split on whether national media should have republished February 23, 2015 – The majority of Canadians support the decision by French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo to publish cartoons lampooning Muhammad, but are split

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On promoting economic growth and innovation, Canadians say government, not business, should be responsible

October 23, 2014 – A majority of Canadians say government, rather than the business community, should be primarily responsible for promoting economic growth and innovation in this country. That is the finding of an Angus Reid Institute (ARI) online survey

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