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Nova Scotia premier McNeil in virtual tie with Saskatchewan’s Wall for most popular

June 17, 2014 – For the first time in years, a Canadian premier has come within a razor-thin margin of catching Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall for top spot on the issue of job performance approval, according to the latest quarterly survey

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Temporary Foreign Worker program: fine for older Canadians, bigger problem for young & unemployed

Overall, Canadians split on support for Temporary Foreign Workers Program

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On debate over proposed Fair Elections Act, Sound does not necessarily equal Fury

Sustained news coverage & high-profile criticism don’t change opinions of those unfamiliar with the legislation

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Canadians back Trudeau’s move to remove Senators from Liberal caucus three-to-one

First poll on Liberal leader’s tactic shows just over half of respondents approve; nearly one-third unsure what to think, greatest support from past NDP voters

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Should the Canadian Senate be abolished? 50% surveyed say yes.

Despite Senate suspensions, 73% of respondents say scandal is not over

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Quebecers, Canadians split on proposed Charter of Values

Two-thirds Quebecers support a proposed ban on religious clothing and symbols at work, more than half of the rest of Canadians oppose it

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