More than half disagree the government’s Economic Action Plan was successful (52%) while fewer than a quarter agree it was (23%).
NDP maintains its lead of well more than a third of voters (36% this week and last), while the Liberals (29%) and Conservatives (28%) are tied in second place.
Majority say Canada can do more for Syrian refugees than settling the 10,000 who have been promised over the next two years (52%).
More than one tenth had a student loan (12%), and this comprises at least a third of the youngest (under 35 - 34%).
Less than one half (47%) claim Justin Trudeau is not ready to be Prime Minister.
More than one third will vote for the NDP in the coming federal election (36%) while just less than a third will vote Liberal (32%).
Two thirds say Canada is now in a recession (67%), and this is a significant increase from the 6-in-10 who said this in July (July 21 - 58%).
More than three quarters, a new high in our four years of tracking, now support physician-assisted suicide for the terminally ill (77%).
Fully 4-in-10 will now vote NDP in the coming election (40%), ten points ahead of the second place Liberals, with 3-in-10 votes (30%).
The majority (57%) express approval of the Conservative Party’s reintroduced “Life Means Life” legislation, which would see the most serious murderers locked away for the rest of their lives.
Nov 2, 2018
CP24 - Forum Research President Dr. Lorne Bozinoff and Movember Director Ken Aucoin discussing the first day of the campaign and the study on men's health conducted by Forum, with support from the Movember Foundation.
Mar 14, 2018
City News - City News breaks down The Forum Poll numbers in Toronto and shows a startling transformation may be coming.
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
Global News - Featured Story on TTC Overcrowding and Satisfaction Poll
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