PCs ahead, but Ontario Liberals still have a path to victory

Toronto, ON – INNOVATIVE’s monthly telephone tracking poll shows the PC’s maintaining a narrow lead as anger towards the Liberals ebb and Patrick Brown begins building a positive image.  Despite the dramatic policies announcements coming from the Liberal government over the past several months, the changes in Ontario’s core political numbers remain quite limited. (Click Read more about PCs ahead, but Ontario Liberals still have a path to victory[…]

New Poll on Indigenous Issues Shows Lack of Engagement and Dissatisfaction with Governments

Vancouver – June 21st marks National Aboriginal Day, a day intended to raise awareness and celebrate the contributions of Indigenous Canadians. However, a recent online survey of 1,607 Canadians shows that after 21 years of National Aboriginal Days, Canadians are largely disengaged from Indigenous peoples and their issues. (Click here for full methodology and details). Read more about New Poll on Indigenous Issues Shows Lack of Engagement and Dissatisfaction with Governments[…]

BC Liberals Have Edge but Electorate Remains Volatile

Vancouver, BC – Innovative Research Group Inc. (INNOVATIVE) released the findings of 3 election polls today: A Live-caller, mixed cell/landline RDD telephone survey of 600 British Columbian voters conducted from April 25th to April 30th An online panel survey of 500 British Columbians conducted from April 28th to May 1st An online panel survey of Read more about BC Liberals Have Edge but Electorate Remains Volatile[…]

CBC: Marking 2 years as PC leader, Patrick Brown still largely unknown

The CBC interviewed INNOVATIVE President, Greg Lyle, on Ontarians’ opinion of PC Leader Patrick Brown. Click here to read the full article.  An excepts is below: Greg Lyle, president of polling firm Innovative Research Group, said voters he surveyed recently about Brown “are saying the same things they were saying two years ago, which is, Read more about CBC: Marking 2 years as PC leader, Patrick Brown still largely unknown[…]

Globe and Mail: No polling lead can ever be quite enough for B.C.’s NDP

The Globe and Mail interviewed INNOVATIVE President, Greg Lyle, on the BC Election. Click here to read the full article.  Some excepts are below: Recent polling done by the Innovative Research Group (IRG) revealed results that, on many levels, the New Democrats have to feel good about. Given the findings, the party’s message of “change” Read more about Globe and Mail: No polling lead can ever be quite enough for B.C.’s NDP[…]

Perceived Media Bias in British Columbia

Coverage of the BC Election is heating up, and with it the accusations of media bias and “fake news”. In February, as part of INNOVATIVE’s ongoing research, we looked at how British Columbians perceived the media’s bias against the political parties in BC. Nearly three quarters of voters (72%) thought the media was favourable to Read more about Perceived Media Bias in British Columbia[…]

Leakage? The impact of recent pipeline decisions on Federal Liberal support

On November 29th, the Justin Trudeau Liberal government approved the Kinder Morgan and Line 3 pipelines and did not approve of the Northern Gateway pipeline, effectively cancelling that pipeline.  Pipelines have been high on the political agenda in Canada and as a centrist party the Liberals have supporters who both favour and oppose pipelines.  What Read more about Leakage? The impact of recent pipeline decisions on Federal Liberal support[…]