The Progressive Conservatives will take more than half the vote (52%), while the NDP (21%) and the Liberals (18%) will split most of the balance.
Tim Horton’s is seen to have the best customer satisfaction among Canada’s leading coffee shops.
Just more than one half will vote Liberal if the federal election were held today (51%), while just more than a quarter will vote Conservative (28%) and about one tenth will vote NDP (12%).
One quarter say Gov. John Kasich of Ohio would make the best Republican candidate for president (24%).
Three quarters support the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Carter case which made physician-assisted dying legal in Canada, as of June, 2016 (74%).
The plurality among those who chose a leader see Peter MacKay as the best leader of the Conservative Party (18%), followed by those who opt for TV personality Kevin O’Leary (14%).
Close to 4-in-10 rated the seven new senators appointed by Prime Minister Trudeau favourably (38%) and close to a fifth rated them as “excellent” (17%).
One third agree Tom Mulcair should step down as NDP leader (32%), while just more than this disagree (36%).
More than 6-in-10 will vote for the Saskatchewan Party (60.8%), while one half of this proportion will vote for the provincial NDP (30.1%).
Fewer than one quarter expect the economy to improve this year (24%), while the plurality, one third, expect it to get worse (33%).
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