Ontario Press Releases & Articles


Approval of new Ontario sex ed curriculum bounces back

| Filed under: Ontario

One half now approve of the province’s new health and physical education curriculum (49%), while just more than a third disapprove (37%).

NDP maintains lead in Ontario

| Filed under: Ontario

More than one third will vote NDP if a provincial election were held today (35%), while just fewer would vote PC (32%).

Brown’s victory vaults NDP into lead in Ontario

| Filed under: Ontario

More than a third (36%) will vote NDP if a provincial election were held today, while one third would vote PC (33%).

Federal Conservatives lead in Ontario

| Filed under: Ontario

Close to 4-in-10 will vote for the federal Conservatives if an election were held today (37%), compared to a third who will vote for the federal Liberals (32%).

Few approve of Ontario budget

| Filed under: Ontario

Just one quarter approve of the Ontario budget (24%), while as many as one half disapprove (49%).

PCs in the lead in Ontario

| Filed under: Ontario

More than one third will vote Progressive Conservative if an election were held today (36%), while fewer than 3-in-10 will vote for the provincial Liberals (29%).

Disapproval of provincial sex ed curriculum growing

| Filed under: Ontario

There is an even split in opinion between those who approve of Ontario’s new sex education and health curriculum (42%) and those who disapprove (40%).

Two thirds favour beer and wine in grocery stores

| Filed under: Ontario

Two thirds approved of the plan to sell beer and wine in grocery stores (64%), while 3-in-10 disapprove (30%).

PCs with solid lead on provincial Liberals

| Filed under: Ontario

One third will vote Progressive Conservative if the election were held today (34%, down from 39% last month), while fewer than 3-in-10 will vote Liberal (29%).

Progressive Conservatives lead Liberals in Ontario

| Filed under: Ontario

Almost 4-in-10 will vote PC if the election were held today (39%), while just one third will vote Liberal (32%). This stands in contrast to last month when the two parties were in a statistical tie (January 30 - 36% and 37% respectively).