A new online survey of 2,327 Canadians shows the federal Liberals are digging a political hole on this issue. The survey included oversamples in both BC (n=424) and Alberta (n=334), the key battlegrounds in this debate.
The report includes:
- General orientations towards oil and gas projects,
- Reaction to the initial federal approval,
- Views on the dispute between Alberta and BC,
- Reaction to how the government is handling the issue overall and the dispute specifically and,
- Perceived impact on willingness to vote Liberal
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These are the findings of an Innovative Research Group (INNOVATIVE) poll conducted from May 7th to May 14th, 2018. This online survey of 2,327 Canadian adults was conducted on INNOVATIVE’s Canada 20/20 national panel.
The Canada 20/20 Panel is recruited from a wide variety of sources to reflect the age, gender, region and language characteristics of the country as a whole. Each survey is administered to a series of randomly selected samples from the panel and weighted to n=1,500 to ensure that the overall sample’s composition reflects that of the actual Canadian population according to Census data to provide results that are intended to approximate a probability sample.
INNOVATIVE provides each panelist with a unique URL via an email invitation so that only invited panel members are able to complete the survey and panel members can only complete a particular survey once.
Since the online survey was not a random probability-based sample, a margin of error cannot be calculated. The Marketing Research and Intelligence Association prohibits statements about margins of sampling error or population estimates with regard to most online panels.
Detailed tables: For all surveys, complete results as well as additional methodological details, are available in the full report.