2019 Federal Election | Perceived Negativity

An online survey of 2,486 adult Canadians was conducted between October 15th and 17th. Canadians have felt the negativity of the 2019 election campaign. More than 4-in-10 respondents (41%) say this election is more negative than past elections, while only 7% think it has been less negative. This is true among the supporters of every Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Perceived Negativity[…]

2019 Federal Election | Majority vs. Minority | 2019-10-20

An online survey of 2,486 adult Canadians was conducted between October 15th and 17th. Canadians are split on whether they want the election to result in a minority government (40%) or a majority government (43%). Among Conservative partisans, and Liberal partisans, support for a majority government is highest at 67% and 53% respectively. It is Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Majority vs. Minority | 2019-10-20[…]

2019 Federal Election | Leadership Tracking | 2019-10-20

How the Mighty Have Fallen Following Justin Trudeau’s election in 2015, Canada saw its greatest political honeymoon since the last Trudeau became Prime Minister.  For the better part of two years, close to half of the country felt Trudeau was best to be Prime Minister.  Almost half said they would vote Liberal, 10 points above Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Leadership Tracking | 2019-10-20[…]

2019 Federal Election | Political Landscape Tracking | 2019-10-20

NOT time for a change Neither the Tories nor the progressive opposition parties have been effective at driving the public desire for change. Throughout the campaign, the share of Canadians saying that it is time for a change in government has remained steady, as has the share who think that despite their problems the Liberals Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Political Landscape Tracking | 2019-10-20[…]

2019 Federal Election | Political Landscape Tracking | 2019-10-20

An online survey of 3,094 adult Canadians was conducted between October 15th and 17th. Canadians are far from riveted to the campaign as the election draws to a close. While the pundit class analyses the electoral implication of each jot and tittle of the campaign, at least half the respondents in our final poll said Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Political Landscape Tracking | 2019-10-20[…]

2019 Federal Election | Political Landscape Tracking & Seat Clusters | 2019-10-18

Two online surveys of adult Canadians were conducted between October 15th and 17th. After a tumultuous, negative and generally unsatisfying election, the two main parties are limping to a photo-finish. Although it is too close to make a big bet or take odds, all evidence we see points to a Liberal victory on Monday night. Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Political Landscape Tracking & Seat Clusters | 2019-10-18[…]

2019 Federal Election | Where Next? | 2019-10-15

An online survey of 2,394 adult Canadians was conducted between October 8th and 10th. Where does the election go now? It has been an eventful campaign so far, but the question now is where will this all take us? Both Jagmeet Singh and Yves-François Blanchet have made big personal breakthroughs. Singh, in particular, is building Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Where Next? | 2019-10-15[…]

2019 Federal Election | Climate Change | 2019-10-11

An online survey of 1,726 adult Canadians was conducted between October 8th and 9th. The following report reflects the partial results of the survey to focus on topics of climate change. Some have called dubbed the 2019 Canadian federal election ‘the climate change election’ and there is no doubt this is a hot button issue. A Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Climate Change | 2019-10-11[…]

2019 Federal Election | Political Landscape Tracking | 2019-10-10

An online survey of 2,394 adult Canadians was conducted between October 8th and 10th for Maclean’s. The Horserace: While the overall national horserace numbers look pretty stable, there are some important underlying dynamics that are shifting. Both the NDP and the Bloc’s numbers are moving, but the Bloc movement has bigger implications for the outcome Read more about 2019 Federal Election | Political Landscape Tracking | 2019-10-10[…]