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Trudeau maintains majority approval, but new Conservative leader helps shrink vote intention gap

Andrew Scheer seen as best leader on the economy; anxiety over deficit has doubled since election June 15, 2017 – A year and a half into his mandate, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues to hold the approval of more than

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As Conservative leader, Scheer must balance core voters’ values with party’s need for growth

Available CPC voters differ from the party’s base on key issues, view of Canada’s future June 1, 2017 – As newly-elected Conservative leader Andrew Scheer cuts his teeth in his first week on the job and in Parliament, he may

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Taking on Trump: Moderate confidence in Trudeau government to effectively represent national interests in the U.S.

Six-in-ten have a negative impression of new administration based on what Trump has done so far March 6, 2017 – Between shouts-out from the presidential podium during his first speech to a joint session of Congress, to multiple handshakes in

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Is the Honeymoon ending? Trudeau’s declining job approval in Ontario drives ten-point national slide

Number of Ontarians who approve of PM’s job performance drops 16 points since September December 15, 2016 – In a sign ardour for the Prime Minister may be cooling, the number of Canadians who say they approve of the job

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Federal Politics: Two-in-three Canadians approve of PM Justin Trudeau

Canadian satisfaction with government rising, though confidence in the economy lags September 15, 2016 – As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rounds the bases on the first anniversary of the election that gave him and his Liberal caucus a majority mandate,

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Style, substance, or both? Canadians weigh in on Liberals’ first House of Commons session

Most see government working as well as or better than it did with Harper as PM June 22, 2016 – With the House of Commons in the first days of its summer recess, a new public opinion poll from the

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