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Two-thirds of Canadians support some involvement in American-led action against ISIS

Two-in-three Canadians support some form of involvement in the American-led coalition’s military fight against ISIS – but are split on what that involvement should be. Those are the findings of the latest online public opinion poll of Canadian adults from

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Canadian opinions on world leaders: Putin “arrogant”, Obama “influential”, Merkel “strong”

Canadians have strong and decided views about a handful of world leaders, including their own – but most say they don’t know enough about many other prominent world leaders to offer an opinion. These are the findings of the latest

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Twenty years of trade: Canadians solidly support CETA in 2014; soundly opposed NAFTA in 1993

      Two decades after Angus Reid Global first asked Canadians their opinions about the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the trade pact between Canada, the US and Mexico is still dividing Canadians. However, they are more accepting

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America on July 4th – a country divided

Survey reveals more than half think nation is on the wrong track

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Ukraine Crisis: Poll shows American, British & Canadian appetite for economic sanctions high

Americans most split on White House response to the crisis, Canadians most satisfied with its own government’s response, Britons most inclined to stay out of conflict altogether

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The People’s Pope: Francis’ first-year focus on the poor impresses Catholics, Non-Catholics alike

UK, US & Canada survey shows North Americans most enthused about plain-speaking Pontiff, Britons less so

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