What’s Next for Ontario Politics?

Innovative Research Group Greg Lyle, Managing Director of Innovative Research Group, deliver a presentation called “What’s Next for Ontario Politics?” Greg combined the extensive polling Innovative Research conducted for The Globe and Mail in the June election with a new province-wide poll to speak to the lessons the election offers for political parties and the Read more about What’s Next for Ontario Politics?[…]

Gauging the Election Campaign

Innovative Research Group And they’re off! As the 2014 Ontario provincial election campaign gets underway, Greg Lyle, founder of Innovative Research Group, tells Steve Paikin where the political parties stand and which ridings will be Ontario’s battlegrounds. Click here to watch: Greg Lyle: Gauging the Election Campaign – Agenda with Steve Paikin Click here to Read more about Gauging the Election Campaign[…]

Impact of Police Investigation

The Ontario Political Scene: April 2014 In his presentation at the 2014 Ontario Power Conference (http://www.ontariopowerconference.com/) this morning, Jason Lockhart, Vice President at Innovative Research Group Inc. (INNOVATIVE) released the results of an online survey of 800 Ontario adults, aged 18 and older. The poll looked at the impact of the police investigation into the Read more about Impact of Police Investigation[…]

Roads to Victory: The Ontario Political Landscape

Greg Lyle, President of Innovative Research Group Inc. (INNOVATIVE), released the results of two surveys this morning at a Public Affairs Association of Canada (PAAC) gathering held in downtown Toronto.  The two surveys addressed the key question for campaign strategy: “Who will vote for you and why?” In his presentation, Lyle covered current provincial vote Read more about Roads to Victory: The Ontario Political Landscape[…]

The Search for Seats: Ontario’s Political Scene

Following an active political summer, there is a lot of new information for Ontario political observers to consider.  Not only do we have new polling results where voters tell us what they would do in theory, we have five by-election results where we can see what voters actually did in practice. Parties count seats, not Read more about The Search for Seats: Ontario’s Political Scene[…]