The Incited States: Are Liberal Americans having their own ‘Tea Party’ moment in the age of Trump?

18-34-year-olds most likely to report increased political engagement since Nov. 8. March 16, 2017 – With protesters in the streets and congressional offices flooded with phone calls, one narrative emerging from the current U.S. political climate is that the election of Donald Trump has caused an awakening in the American political system, particularly among those…

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Now what? Americans expect economy to improve, global peace to worsen under President Trump

January 23, 2017 – The inauguration is over. Celebrations and protests alike have completed. Many Americans are now heading home and taking stock of how their country and the world have changed over the last eight years under the stewardship of Barack Obama. And just as there are competing views of what has been accomplished,…

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What makes us Canadian? A study of values, beliefs, priorities and identity

A national polling partnership between the Angus Reid Institute and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation October 3, 2016 – Canadians are less inclined to encourage minorities to retain their culture, customs and language, and more inclined to choose economic growth over protecting the environment than they were a generation ago. They are also clearly divided on issues of…

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Cautious Skeptics

September 28, 2016 – This is the largest segment of the Canadian population (25%), and its members are most likely to fall in the 35 to 54 age group (39% do). This group is made up of close to equally men (48%) and women (52%). This group lands close to the Canadian average in responses to…

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