Giorgi Buzaladze

April 26, 2024

Canadians Worse Off Now Than They Were in 2015

In the final week of the 1980 presidential race, incumbent Democrat Jimmy Carter faced off against Republican nominee Ronald Reagan in their only debate. In his […]
February 25, 2024

Jury Out on Free Enterprise Economy

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a world-wide reconsideration of the way our economy works. This January, INNOVATIVE found that while the appetite for radical transition has ebbed, […]
February 25, 2024

Canadians Reach Boiling Point on Standard of Living

A new INNOVATIVE poll finds that Canadians’ satisfaction with their standard of living has plummeted over the past two decades. Satisfaction has dropped across every generation, […]
December 15, 2023

Deep Dive Shows Party and Leader Brands Evolving in Step with Voter Sentiment

In the ever-evolving landscape of Canadian politics, the latest polling from INNOVATIVE reveals a nuanced perspective beneath the political pendulum swinging in favor of the Conservatives […]
December 13, 2023

Not So Urban Issues: A Closer Look at Housing, Crime, and Homelessness

As we approach the end of 2023, INNOVATIVE is releasing several important polls conducted earlier this year but not yet released publicly. Housing, crime, and homelessness […]
December 1, 2023

Six Months That Shook the Liberals’ World

Earlier this week, The Hill Times released a report based on INNOVATIVE’s latest study, examining changes in federal vote distributions across 11 seat clusters with similar […]
June 22, 2023

Canadian Support for Indigenous Peoples Remains High, but Challenges Persist

Key findings: Indigenous peoples and groups have experienced a significant increase in their reputation since our tracking began in 2007 Canadians, however, find themselves torn between […]
June 21, 2023

Canadians Show Sustained Awareness of Residential Schools and the Discovery of Potential Graves in Kamloops

Two years after the discovery of potential graves of an estimated 215 Indigenous children on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, Canadians are […]
June 12, 2023

Provocation Ideas Festival: Exploring the Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence, Mental Health, and Justice

In an ever-evolving digital landscape and a world grappling with complex social issues, INNOVATIVE continues to support the Provocation Ideas Festival on its mission to foster […]