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Ahead of trial, three-quarters say Canada-China relationship will not be repaired until Michaels’ release

Slight majority now say Canadian athletes, coaches, and fans should boycott 2022 Olympics in Beijing March 16, 2021 – Amid news from Chinese state-affiliated media that the trials of detained Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor will begin “soon”, their

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From tax cuts to ‘the wall’, Trump’s legacy defined by the political lens through which Americans view his actions

Majority agree that reducing combat troops overseas was a good policy move February 1, 2021 – The final days of President Donald Trump’s term were, much like his four years in office, defined by partisanship and chaos. Trump was banned

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The Divided States of America: The Biden era ushers in hope for his supporters, despair for Trump backers

Most 2020 GOP voters say President-Elect Biden will do a worse job handling COVID-19 than Trump January 19, 2021 – Tomorrow the pages of American history turn again, with the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris.

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Republican Reckoning: Most GOP voters want Trump-style politics to continue but one-in-four call for change

2020 GOP voter motivations split between affection for Trump & policies and disdain for Biden and DNC January 18, 2021 – One of the most unprecedented transitions of U.S. power in modern history – set for Wednesday – will for

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Better with Biden? President-elect restores hope among Canadians for an improved relationship with U.S.

Nearly one-in-five Canadians say a second Trump term would have been better November 18, 2020 – In 2016, Canadians fretted about the implications of a Trump presidency on U.S.-Canada relations. Four years later, the prospect of Joe Biden in the

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COVID-19 across the border: Americans say they’re far more stressed and financially pressed than Canadians do

People in neither country confident their neighbours will do what’s needed to reverse rising case numbers November 2, 2020 – As COVID-19 cases surge in North America and across the globe, a new study by the non-profit Angus Reid Institute

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