What do the Phones Say?

A new Innovative Research Group (INNOVATIVE) telephone survey shows the NDP leading in the Ontario election with 37% of the decided vote followed closely by the PC party at 34%.  The governing Liberals trail with 21%. The live-caller landline and cell phone survey was conducted from May 23rd to May 29th among a random sample Read more about What do the Phones Say?[…]

Election Tracking Wave 4: The NDP Move Ahead

The NDP has moved ahead of the PCs for the first time in Innovative Research Group Inc.’s (INNOVATIVE) 2018 Ontario election tracking.  More significantly, the NDP is showing a much firmer base than earlier in the campaign4, now rivaling the PC base of support. Today INNOVATIVE released the results of a post-debate online poll conducted Read more about Election Tracking Wave 4: The NDP Move Ahead[…]

DOWNLOAD: Election Tracking Wave 4: The NDP Move Ahead

Click here to download part 1 [Provincial vote and ID, issue salience, party leaders, party images and, alienation segmentation] Click here to download part 2 [Value clusters, time-for-change, political attitudes and, May 27th leadership debate]   For further information on these analyses or to explore how our segmentation analysis can help you tackle your pressing Read more about DOWNLOAD: Election Tracking Wave 4: The NDP Move Ahead[…]

Backgrounder: Talking Federal Horserace Numbers

Today, Innovative Research Group Inc.(INNOVATIVE) is releasing the federal political results from both an online and a telephone poll conducted a month ago. As we become more reliant on online polls which cannot randomly select among voters, it becomes more and more important to understand how and when online and telephone polls can vary. INNOVATIVE recently Read more about Backgrounder: Talking Federal Horserace Numbers[…]

Weekend Poll Shows PCs Still Ahead but the Underlying Numbers are Moving Against the PCs and for the NDP

An online survey of 1,074 adult Ontarians conducted from May 18th to May 23rd, 2018 shows the PCs with 36% of the vote, the NDP at 31% and the Liberals at 26%. Statistically, this is virtually the same as our previous wave of tracking conducted a week earlier with the PCs and NDP marginally higher Read more about Weekend Poll Shows PCs Still Ahead but the Underlying Numbers are Moving Against the PCs and for the NDP[…]