Press Releases & Articles


Navdeep Bains leads in Mississauga-Malton

| Filed under: National

Close to one half of voters will support the Liberal candidate, the former quasi-incumbent, Navdeep Bains (44%), while 3-in-10 will support his Conservative challenger, Jagdish Grewal (29%) and about one fifth will vote NDP (Dianne Douglas - 20%).

Bal Gasol with slim lead in Brampton Centre

| Filed under: National

4-in-10 will vote for the Conservative quasi-incumbent, Bal Gasol (39%), while just fewer, about one third, will vote for his Liberal challenger, Ramesh Sangha (32%).

Liberal Monsef with slim lead in P'boro-Kawartha

| Filed under: National

Close to 4-in-10 will support the Liberal candidate, Maryam Monsef (37%), while just fewer, about a third, will vote for Michael Skinner (34%), the Conservative standard bearer.

Most aware of F-35 controversy

| Filed under: National

Three quarters are aware of the controversy surrounding the proposed purchase of the advanced F-35 stealth fighter jet (74%).

Hollett and Freeland tied in University-Rosedale

| Filed under: National

Equal proportions, just fewer than 4-in-10, will vote for the Liberal quasi-incumbent, Chrystia Freeland (38%) or the NDP candidate, Jennifer Hollett (39%).

Few aware Mulcair is dual citizen

| Filed under: National

Just more than one quarter are aware Tom Mulcair is also a citizen of France (27%).

Conservatives with clear lead, Liberals fall back

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More than one third (34%) will vote for the Conservatives in next month’s federal election, while fewer than 3-in-10 will vote either for the Liberals (27%) or the NDP (28%).

Fewer now reject Prince Charles as head of state

| Filed under: National

Just less than half disagree that Prince Charles should become Canada’s Head of State upon the death of his mother (45%), and this is down from more than half who disagreed in May (54%)

Liberal Vandenbeld with strong lead in John Baird's old riding

| Filed under: National

Close to half will vote for the Liberal candidate, Anita Vandenbeld (46%), while just more than a third will vote for the Conservative candidate, Abdul Abdi (35%).

Voters favour key social issues but not long gun registry

| Filed under: National

Pluralities or majorities favour the progressive position on all of a selection of hot button social issues, with the exception of bringing back the long gun registry.