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The Angus Reid Institute’s Top Stories from 2017

The Angus Reid Institute wishes you all a Happy New Year! We have taken the time to compile a list of our top studies from the year past. These are the stories that helped to shape the political and societal

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A Letter from the Chair

Three years ago, I started a new chapter in my long career in polling research with the launch of the Angus Reid Institute: an independent, non-commercial organization solely devoted to public interest research. Since 2014, the Institute has conducted over

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Scary boo: From spiders & snakes to death & big government, Canadians reveal what scares them most

Four-in-ten Millennials say children should trick or treat until 15 or later. Older Canadians disagree. October 30, 2017 – While darkness falls across the land, with the midnight hour close at hand, ghouls, zombies and ghosts (princesses, cowboys and pumpkins

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They may not be entirely happy about refugee resettlement, but Alberta and Saskatchewan take in more than their fair share

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director and Dave Korzinski, Research Associate February 27, 2017 – Holding a mirror up to society and reflecting back what our society is, rather than what we think it is or want it to be, can be uncomfortable.

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Mindsets on Disability Quiz

Accessibility for people with physical disabilities is a basic human right, not a privilege Strongly Agree Moderately Agree Moderately Disagree Strongly Disagree Making places accessible and barrier-free for people with physical disabilities is a nice idea, but not worth the Read More
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