Press Releases & Articles

One-in-seven may be alcoholic

| Filed under: National, Social Issues

One twentieth admit to being alcoholics (4%), while a further one tenth prefer not to answer (11%) for a total of about one seventh who may be considered to have a drinking problem.

Liberals, PCs all tied up in Ontario

| Filed under: Ontario

Exactly equal proportions, just more than a third, will vote for the Liberals or the PCs in the upcoming provincial election (36%).

Liberals lead in Northwest Ontario after debate

| Filed under: Ontario

The Liberals have a comfortable lead across all three ridings of Kenora-Rainy River, Thunder Bay-Atikokan and Thunder Bay-Superior North on the evening of the afternoon northern Ontario debate.

Northwest Ontario riding incumbents hold strong

| Filed under: Ontario

Northern Ontario incumbents are safe in their ridings at Kenora-Rainy River, Thunder Bay-Atikokan and Thunder Bay-Superior North. Further information found in articles for each riding.

Peter MacKay seen as best successor to PM

| Filed under: National

A public opinion poll that shows McKay is seen as the best candidate for Conservative leadership, across Canada.

Canadian military most trusted institution

| Filed under: National

A public opinion poll of the trust in various offices and institutions in Canada.

Quebec City continues to be first choice for next Canadian NHL team

| Filed under: National, Social Issues

In a nationwide poll, Canadians would prefer the next NHL team be located out of Quebec City.

Liberal lead shrinks, NDP rise

| Filed under: National

More than one third (36%) will vote Liberal if the election were held today, compared to 3-in-10 who will vote Conservative (30%).

One half disapprove of ban on electronic dance music at The EX

| Filed under: Toronto, Social Issues

In a random sampling of public opinion taken by the Forum Poll™ among 923 Toronto voters, one half disapprove of city council's ban on all-ages electronic dance music events at The Ex (50%).

Rob Ford's approval at new low

| Filed under: Toronto

Olivia Chow and John Tory lead in the polls, Rob Ford falls back and Norm Kelly and Doug Ford fail to impress. At the same time, in his absence from city hall, Rob Ford's approval rating is down sharply to a historic low.