Press Releases & Articles


CPP seen to be insufficient, ORPP needed

| Filed under: Ontario

The majority agree that the Canada Pension Plan, or CPP, in replacing about 25% of pre-retirement income is insufficient (52%).

Strong disapproval for union, school board payouts

| Filed under: Ontario

Two-thirds disapprove of the $2.5 million paid to teachers' unions for negotiating expenses (67%) and the $4.2 million payment made to school boards (66%).

Liberals with 44 point lead

| Filed under: National

The Liberals have triple the vote share (65%) of the incumbent Progressive Conservatives (21%) and a seemingly insurmountable lead.

PCs lead voter preference in Ontario

| Filed under: Ontario

Well more than one-third would support the Progressive Conservatives if an election were held today (36%).

Forum Poll accurately predicts riding-by-riding election outcomes

| Filed under: National

In Forum’s final polls in 21 ridings, 15 of 21 identified the winning candidate, for a correct prediction rate of 71%.

Post-Election Poll: Voters wanted change

| Filed under: National

The single most common issue mentioned as having an effect on their vote is the “need for change in Ottawa”, cited by 3-in-10 (28%).

Forum Accurately Predicts 2015 Liberal Majority Government

| Filed under: National

In predicting the 42nd Canadian general election, Forum has proven to be the most accurate. Forum successfully predicted the election outcome within 0.7% average deviation. Forum is the only firm to predict a Liberal majority government giving the Liberal party 40% of the vote, and 171 seats in the October 18th final report.

Liberals widen gap, Conservatives stall in final poll

| Filed under: National

4-in-10 will vote Liberal (40%), while 3-in-10 will vote Conservative (30%).

Majority oppose niqab at citizenship ceremony, in public service

| Filed under: National

The majority oppose allowing the niqab to be worn during citizenship ceremonies (58%), and even more, close to two thirds, oppose allowing federal public servants to wear the niqab at work (62%).

Liberals maintain strong lead

| Filed under: National

Just fewer than 4-in-10 will vote Liberal (37%) while just more than 3-in-10 will vote Conservative (31%).