Comparing Online and Phone Federal Horse Race Results Download the report here.
On the surface, the results from our Canada This Month survey are encouraging for the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC). We have the LPC doing better than most other polls. However, a deeper dive into the numbers reveals several concerns. This January, the LPC held an 8-point lead in British Columbia, whereas now they are Read more about Canada This Month | SNC-Lavalin | April 2019[…]
A majority (55%) of respondents have read, seen, or heard (RSH) about Rachel Notley in the last few days. In terms of impact, a plurality (32%) report that what they heard made no difference, but 29% feel “a lot less favourable”. A majority (53%) have RSH about Jason Kenney in the last few days. In terms Read more about Canada This Month | Alberta Politics | April 2019[…]
In the last election and in the early years of this government, Justin Trudeau appeared to become the leader of progressive change. Did the dispute between Justin Trudeau and Jody Wilson-Raybould damage that brand? How likely will matter in the next campaign? While we don’t have a crystal ball, we can explore public reactions from Read more about Canada This Month: Breaking Issues | SNC Lavalin Additional Analysis[…]
Jody Wilson-Raybould says that the Prime Minister and senior officials in government inappropriately tried to politicize her decisions as attorney general. The Prime Minister says that he and senior officials were simply ensuring that the attorney general considered critical issues like the potential for job loss. Who do respondents believe? Read through our latest polling Read more about Canada This Month: Breaking Issues | SNC Lavalin[…]
For more INNOVATIVE insights on party brand, Canadian values, and leadership tracking download the full report. Regional Analysis Methodology Respondents were grouped together into their Federal electoral districts based on the first three digits of their postal code. The electoral districts were then grouped geographically into subregions within the larger divisions of the country. A Read more about Infographic: Federal Election 2019 Key Battlegrounds – 2015 vs. Now[…]
A keynote presentation by Greg Lyle at the Public Affairs Association of Canada (PAAC) Forum on February 11th, 2019. To access the full presentation please fill out the form below.
OEA Speaker Series The Changing Politics of Energy A keynote presentation by Greg Lyle at the OEA Speaker Series on October 30th, 2018. To access the full presentation please fill out the form below.
One Term Wonder? The Chances for a Second Trudeau Government A keynote presentation by Greg Lyle at the Public Affairs Association of Canada (PAAC) Annual Conference and Award of Distinction Luncheon on September 2nd, 2018. To access the full presentation please fill out the form below.
Energy in Transition A presentation by Greg Lyle at the Ontario Energy Network Luncheon on June 15th, 2018. To access the full presentation please fill out the form below.