Max Wood

May 27, 2022

Novel Seat Projection Model Shows Likely Tory Majority, Liberal Gains, and NDP “Lunch Bucket” Losses

In Canada, we count seats, not votes. Most models project seat counts based on geography, and often assume that party strength and patterns of political competition […]
May 25, 2022

PCs Remain Ahead, Liberals a Clear Second

The gap between the Liberals and the NDP has widened, but the PCs continue to lead. These findings come from INNOVATIVE’s latest online survey of 601 […]
May 24, 2022

Flashing Orange for Low-Carbon Transition

Canadian attitudes towards the energy transition have shifted in recent months, though the appetite for climate leadership remains. The findings come a recent INNOVATIVE online survey […]
May 10, 2022

Tories Winning Race Against the Clock in Ontario Election

The PCs continue to maintain a significant lead over the Liberals while the race for second gets tighter. These findings come from INNOVATIVE’s latest online survey […]
May 6, 2022

Ontario PCs Have Strongest Brand Loyalty of the Three Major Parties, NDP Have Distinct Brand Personality

The Progressive Conservatives have the strongest brand loyalty, with the largest group of dedicated voters among Ontario’s three major parties. The Liberals have weaker brand loyalty […]
May 5, 2022

Ford Seen as Best Option for Premier, More Competent and Caring than his Challengers

Premier and Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford begins the Ontario election campaign ahead of NDP leader Andrea Horwath and Liberal leader Steven Del Duca on a […]
May 4, 2022

PCs Begin Campaign with a 9-point Lead

Ontario Liberals seen as best option to defeat Tories The Ontario Progressive Conservatives open the 2022 provincial election with a healthy and potentially widening lead over […]
February 25, 2022

Canadians Say COVID is Over for Now but Not Necessarily Forever

Canadians believe it is time for a lull in COVID restrictions, but see a real risk of future waves. These findings are from the latest waves […]
February 16, 2022

Comparing Public Reactions to Truckers Convoy and the Coastal Link Protest Show Surface Similarities but Deep Underlying Differences

Canadians view protests through strongly partisan lenses. In March 2020, INNOVATIVE asked 1,200 Canadians how they felt about the protests held across Canada against a natural […]