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84 per cent say he's increased the risk of conflict.
Canadians were pretty united in their opinion.
Centrist voters also cool on Conservatives.
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So-called "bias-based barriers" appear to be coming down.
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B.C. Hydro must have been counting on nobody taking a close look at the questions they asked respondents in a recent public survey about the site C dam, because not only are they misleading, they also tell another story entirely.
A massive chunk of Canadians believe scientific research is paramount to the strength of the country's economy, a new survey has found. Results of an Abacus Data poll released Tuesday suggests 78 per...
And millennials could be the biggest voting group in 2019.
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Who'd you rather ... have as a CEO, a babysitter, or as someone who lends you money? That about sums up the questions asked of Canadians as part of an Abacus Data study examining public perceptions of...
A research experiment gauging how people react differently to female and male political candidates is raising questions about how gender stereotypes impact voter choice. The unique study from polling...
Despite criticisms that the plan would disproportionately favour wealthy households, Canadians largely support the Tories’ plan to allow income-splitting, a recent poll shows. Fifty-seven per cent of...
The first national poll of 2014 shows Liberals are enjoying a six-point lead over the governing Conservatives. The survey, conducted online by Abacus Data between Jan. 14-18 and interviewing 1,996 Can...
Twice as many Canadians back the Occupy protests as oppose them, but few believe the protests will do any good, according to a poll released this week. Yet the poll found widespread support for the id...