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Policy preferences: Pharmacare a winner, majority prefer continued deficit spending rather than cuts

Partisan voters often at odds or less than enthusiastic about some of their own parties’ policies October 18, 2019 – In an election campaign where the day-to-day movements of the federal leaders are covered by the media like paparazzi, a

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Minority Report? NDP, Bloc successes appear to diminish majority aspirations for CPC, Liberals

Three-way race in B.C; BQ and Liberals deadlocked in Quebec; Liberals, CPC tied in Ontario October 15, 2019 – As party leaders begin the final week of Canada’s 43rd federal election campaign, they do so experiencing an unsettling case of

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Centre-Left Scuffle: Conservatives maintain lead as Liberals struggle to lock in vacillating progressives

CPC leads by 7 points as Liberals stand still; NDP emerges as 2nd choice among uncommitted voters October 1, 2019 – An inability so far in this 43rd election campaign for the incumbent Liberal Party to lock in left of

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The Ford Factor: Ontario premier more likely than any other to have an impact on federal vote in his province

Four-in-ten residents say Ford’s policies, actions will dissuade them from supporting Scheer and CPC September 25, 2019 – As federal party leaders work to pick up momentum and recover from stumbles in this election campaign, to what extent are they

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The declarative & the demure: Close race gives CPC edge, but do Liberals stand to gain from shy voters?

Scheer, Trudeau tied on question of who would make Best PM September 19, 2019 – The second week of Canada’s 43rd general election campaign rolls along with the Conservative and Liberal parties locked in a statistical tie. The CPC, on

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Election 43: Half the electorate up for grabs; health care, affordability, honesty are top issues for pliable voters

Women under 35 most likely to be uncommitted (74%), six-in-ten men over 55 already locked in (61%) August 26, 2019 – In an (unofficial) election campaign where more than half the electorate is available, the focus of party leaders over

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