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Canadians excited about Trudeau win, less so about key campaign promises on refugees, TFSAs, pot

Opinions over what Trudeau should tackle first depend on where Canadians live, how they voted November 2, 2015 – As Prime Minister-designate Justin Trudeau puts the final touches on a soon-to-be-revealed cabinet, Canadians are expressing confidence in his ability to lead

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The Harper legacy: Canadians praise cuts to GST, balanced budgets, condemn environmental record

Canadians split over whether outgoing PM solved or worsened country’s biggest problems. October 30, 2015 – As outgoing Prime Minister Stephen Harper quietly prepares for his departure as Canada’s head of government, Canadian views of his accomplishments, failures and ultimate

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Analysis: On anniversary of Parliament Hill attack, a review of Canadian opinions on domestic security

How public opinion on the terrorism file has evolved over the last 12 months October 21, 2015 – Thursday marks the one-year anniversary of the Parliament Hill shooting, an attack that has shaped much of the domestic safety discourse over

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Shachi Kurl joins CBC’s Power and Politics for one last look at Election 2015 polls

ARI Senior Vice President Shachi Kurl joins CBC’s Power and Politics to talk about polling and the 2015 federal election.

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Shachi Kurl talks voter volatility with The Province

Our Shachi Kurl joins The Province to discuss voter volatility ahead of the 2015 federal election.

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Canada’s health care system has serious problems, so why isn’t this election about them?

October 9, 2015 – In every survey we’ve conducted during this election campaign, we’ve asked Canadians to name their two most important issues. And in every survey, we see between one-fifth and one-quarter of the population naming health care. The

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