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Trudeau’s approval: how does it compare to other prime ministers over the last five decades?

Two-in-five currently approve of PMJT, though the same number “strongly disapprove” of his performance May 20, 2023 – Assessing history can be difficult in real time, with recency bias and current controversies often clouding the long view. A new study

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Canada’s Global Image: Half of Canadians believe nation’s international reputation is on the decline

More than half of Canadians want defence spending to increase to NATO target, but the rest don’t May 16, 2023 – A cache of leaked Pentagon documents recently confirmed a secret that many have suspected for years, as Prime Minister

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Deal or No Deal? Most Canadians support union demands for wage premiums, but more divided over higher pay

Past CPC voters oppose most demands, among past Liberal, NDP voters, considerable support April 21, 2023 – As the largest public service strike in Canadian history enters its first weekend, new data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute finds a

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Overpaid or undervalued? Politics divides opinions of federal employees’ working conditions & compensation

Past CPC voters three times as likely as past Liberals & New Democrats, to say federal workers overpaid April 27, 2023 – As the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) strike passes the one-week mark, both sides in the contract

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Deficit Doubts: Past CPC, Bloc voters drive plurality view federal government should do more to get out of the red

Doubling of GST rebate popular, even among 50% of those who prefer reduced spending overall April 3, 2023 – After unprecedented spending during the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been increasing pressure in some corners of Canada for the Liberal government

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Federal Vote Deep Dive: Despite national lead, major urban centres represent a significant obstacle for CPC

Liberals hold significant advantage in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver; CPC dominate in Albertan metros March 30, 2023 – Members of the Liberal government will embark on a cross-country tour to promote the benefits of its new budget, released on March 28,

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