The majority, close to 6-in-10, agrees a coalition is appropriate if no party wins a majority of votes (57%).
Forum’s Interactive Voice Response (IVR) polling methodology again proves to be a precise tool for measuring public opinion, accurately predicting that the NDP would form a majority government.
Close to 8-in-10 believe the earth’s climate is changing (78%), while just one sixth do not (15%).
Just fewer than 4-in-10 favour abolishing the monarchy in Canada upon the death of the Queen (39%).
Just fewer than half recall seeing or hearing advertisements for the government’s Economic Action Plan (45%), while the majority do not recall these ads (55%).
The plurality, close to half, approve of the court’s decision to free Omar Khadr (45%), while one third disapprove of this decision (33%).
Almost exactly equal proportions, 3-in-10, will vote Conservative (31%), Liberal (31%) or NDP (30%) if the federal election were held today.
More than a third (36%) will vote NDP if a provincial election were held today, while one third would vote PC (33%).
Just one third ride a bicycle in the city (32%) and, of these, just 4-in-10 commute to work or school (44%) for a total of about one seventh of Toronto voters who commute to work or school by bicycle (14%).
More than 7-in-10 approved of the job John Tory was doing as mayor (72%), and this is comparable to his approval ratings from last month (April 11 - 71%)
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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