July 25, 2011

Falcon set to join Liberal leadership race

The Globe and Mail But the bigger challenge that the right-leaning candidate faces is winning the support of centrist members of the party, said pollster Greg […]
July 21, 2011

B.C. sets terms for supporting national securities regulator

The Globe and Mail article The impending departure of B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell is an additional complication, said pollster Greg Lyle. Mr. Campbell, who has said […]
July 21, 2011

Liberal leader vote may lack pizzazz: de Jong

CBC News Despite the nostalgia some might have about the drama of old-style leadership conventions, pollster Greg Lyle said the changes the B.C. Liberals are proposing […]
July 21, 2011

Tim Hudak, the Great Blue Hope

The Ottawa Citizen article Pollster Greg Lyle says name recognition for the little-known MPP “is probably the single most important factor” in the upcoming election. “It’s […]
July 21, 2011

Clark exudes confidence as vote nears

The Globe and Mail article “There is no game theory here,” pollster and strategist Greg Lyle said. The most exciting political upsets are produced when there […]
July 21, 2011

Tories set sights on winning 12 more seats in next election

The Hill Times article Next door in British Columbia, Greg Lyle, a pollster with Toronto-based Innovative Research Group Inc., said the Conservatives could have a chance […]
July 21, 2011

Your opinions matter, especially during an election campaign

News 1130 Some back the party in the lead, others will react strategically Another day, another poll from the federal election campaign trail. But there is […]
July 21, 2011

The art of sign language The Internet age has not ended the pursuit of name recognition Greg Lyle, the owner of Innovative Research who’s also worked on campaigns for the […]
July 21, 2011

Fear and loathing in the election

North Shore News Conservatives and Liberals are demonizing their opposition “The question is who are you in a coalition with,” said Greg Lyle, a political strategist […]