In a random sampling of public opinion taken by the Forum Poll among 1172 Ontario voters, one half approve of the province’s new sex education curriculum (48%), while just more than a third disapprove (36%).
Just shy of 6-in-10 approve of legalized marijuana (56%), while just more than a third disapprove (36%).
One half support Ontario’s doctors in their fee dispute with the provincial government (49%).
Two thirds say marijuana dispensaries should be allowed to operate in the city (64%), while just more than a quarter think they shouldn’t be allowed (28%)
The plurality, close to 4-in-10, approve of single game betting (as opposed to three game betting allowed now - 37%).
The plurality, 4-in-10, approves of an Ontario basic income to replace social assistance and other provincial support payments (41%).
Fewer than one quarter expect the economy to improve this year (24%), while the plurality, one third, expect it to get worse (33%).
Well more than half approve of the federal court ruling which struck down the prohibition against medical marijuana users from growing their own (56%).
More than half approved of all three contentious proposed Canadian crude oil pipelines.
More than half disagreed that Catholic schools should continue to receive public funding (52%).
Nov 2, 2018
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Mar 13, 2018
CTV - CTV's Colin D'mello chats with Lorne Bozinoff about the first post-leadership poll in Ontario
Feb 20, 2018
CP24 - Reviewing the details of Forum's most recent Ontario Poll
Feb 12, 2018
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