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[…]

Hill Times Article: Expectations gap creates same risks for Liberals in Canada as it did for Democrats in the U.S.

by Greg Lyle, President – Innovative Research Group; Originally published in the Hill Times (click here) Voters who believe in the American dream and still have it in sight are a big part of how Donald Trump won in the U.S. And there are just as many of this type of voter in Canada as Read more about Hill Times Article: Expectations gap creates same risks for Liberals in Canada as it did for Democrats in the U.S.[…]

Les partis se préparent à lancer une nouvelle salve publicitaire

Le Devoir Alors que la campagne électorale entre dans son dernier droit avant l’élection du 19 octobre, les partis politiques se préparent à lancer de nouvelles salves publicitaires. Le chef conservateur Stephen Harper a pris une pause du terrain, mercredi, pour filmer de nouvelles publicités, tandis que les néodémocrates avaient déjà commencé à diffuser des Read more about Les partis se préparent à lancer une nouvelle salve publicitaire[…]

Politics This Morning Election 2015: Leaders head into homestretch before polls open

The Hill Times According to a new poll by Innovative Research Group, the Liberals are leading with 38 per cent of decided voters. The Conservatives hold 30 per cent while the NDP hold 22 per cent. The Green Party has six per cent nationally, and the Bloc Quebecois three per cent. The poll, which is Read more about Politics This Morning Election 2015: Leaders head into homestretch before polls open[…]

Analysis shows Conservative support weak in densely populated ridings

The Globe and Mail Pollster Greg Lyle agreed that the rural-urban divide was not always so marked. “Those patterns didn’t used to be as strong.” In other decades, people voted along other alignments, said Mr. Lyle, who runs Innovative Research Group. Protestants voted Conservative and Catholics voted Liberal, so Liberals would have strong showings in Read more about Analysis shows Conservative support weak in densely populated ridings[…]

What Does $1 Million Buy in an Election?

The Tyee In an email last week, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau asked for a million dollars.   As with countless other fundraising emails, he told supporters an important deadline was coming up at midnight, adding the money raised would help his party “grow our momentum” before “the biggest political rally in a generation.” 151008_TheTyee_What_Does_$1_Million_ Buy_in_an_Election.pdf

Battle for undecided voters heating up Time-for-a-change Tory?

North Shore News One group of undecideds is truly ambivalent and probably doesn’t care much about politics, said Greg Lyle, a pollster and political strategist with Innovative Research, who makes his home on the Sunshine Coast. “They’re not following it closely. When they say they have no opinion, they don’t have an opinion.” 151007_NorthShoreNews_Battle for Read more about Battle for undecided voters heating up Time-for-a-change Tory?[…]

Mulcair’s newest challenge? Perceptions

The Globe and Mail When Innovative Research Group surveyed approximately 2,800 randomly selected voters through an online panel in late July, just before the campaign started, 27 per cent said Mr. Mulcair was the leader who “represents positive change,” next to 20 per cent who chose Mr. Trudeau. By the time the same company put Read more about Mulcair’s newest challenge? Perceptions[…]