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As election talk heats up, one-quarter of Canadians cool to voting in person during pandemic

Centre-left voters are more hesitant than Conservatives to head to a polling place this fall September 10, 2020 – As speculation about the content of a throne speech fuels talk about a fall election, a new study from the non-profit

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Federal Politics: Election speculation season begins with main contenders in dead heat

Trudeau approval stabilizes at 45 per cent September 2, 2020 – Exactly three weeks from a scheduled re-opening of Parliament with a Speech from the Throne that may ultimately trigger a fall election, the latest public opinion data from the

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WE Affair: Most Canadians say there’s more to learn, but PM’s testimony shifts opinion for neither better nor worse

Opinions of scandal unchanged from July; most say it’s serious, won’t do long-term damage to Liberals August 10, 2020 – After unprecedented testimony in front of MPs from the Prime Minister, Finance Minister, Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister,

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WE Scandal: Trudeau’s approval drops six more points, but Canadians doubt issue will bring down government

Half (53%) say their opinion of the PM has worsened in the last month July 27, 2020 – The WE Charity affair may be stoking another summer of discontent among Canadians but ultimately, they do not believe this latest ethics

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WE Scandal: Half of Canadians approve of Trudeau as base stays committed, anger among non-Liberals grows

Proportion voicing strong disapproval of PM (34%) now doubles those voicing strong approval (16%) July 13, 2020 – New data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute shows Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s approval has dropped five points in the first

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Meng and the Michaels: Most support PM’s refusal to swap Huawei executive for imprisoned Canadians

Across political spectrum, two-thirds agree Meng situation be left to courts, disagree with intervention June 29, 2020 – As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rebuffs calls to intervene in the extradition case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in order to secure

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