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Federal Election Remains a Neck and Neck Race

| Filed under: National

Toronto, September 19, 2021- In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1181 Canadian voters, amongst those decided and leaning, a third (33%) say they support the Conservatives, while slightly less (29.4%) say they support the Liberals.

Who are the People’s Party of Canada voters?

| Filed under: National

Toronto, September 11, 2021 – A nation-wide poll conducted by Forum Research on September 10th among eligible Canadian voters found that People’s Party of Canada (PPC) voters held multiple views that contrasted sharply with the rest of the country.

Tories and Liberals Neck and Neck in Federal Election

| Filed under: National

The most recent nation-wide poll conducted by Forum Research among eligible Canadian voters shows that if the election were held today most decided / leaning voters would vote Conservative (31%), followed by Liberal (28%), NDP (19%), Green (8%), Bloc Quebecois (7%), and People’s Party of Canada (5%).

Tories Maintain Slight Lead in Neck and Neck Federal Election

| Filed under: National

Toronto, Sept 11th, 2021 – In the first poll conducted following the federal election English debate by Forum Research among eligible Canadian voters shows that if the election were held today most decided / leaning voters would vote Conservative (31%), followed by Liberal (28%), NDP (18%), People’s Party of Canada (9%), Bloc Quebecois (8%), and Green (4%).

NDP MAJORITY

| Filed under: Ontario

Toronto, May 24th - In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 906 Ontario voters, amongst those decided and leaning almost half of Ontarians (47%) say that they would support the NDP.

O’Toole seen as winner of English Federal Election debate, while Trudeau seen as winner of French debate by small margin

| Filed under: National

Toronto, September 11, 2021 – A nation-wide poll conducted by Forum Research on September 10th among eligible Canadian voters shows that the majority of Canadians were aware of the federal election debates. When asked, 57% of Canadians said they were aware of the French debate, which took place on September 8th, and 66% of Canadians said they were aware of the English debate, which took place on September 9th.

Liberals and Tories Neck and Neck in Upcoming Nova Scotia Provincial Election

| Filed under: Nova Scotia

In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 993 Nova Scotia voters, among those decided and leaning, 39% will vote for the Liberals, followed by 36% for the Progressive Conservatives.

Liberals Dip Following the Debate

| Filed under: National

Toronto, October 8th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1013 Canadian voters, amongst those decided and leaning, a third (35%) say they would support the Conservatives if the election were held today, while a quarter (28%) say they support the Liberals.

Tories and Liberals Neck and Neck in Federal Election Among Voters in the GTA

| Filed under: Toronto

In a random sampling of public opinion conducted by Forum Research among 503 GTA voters, 36% of decided / leaning voters would vote Liberal, followed by Conservatives (35%) and NDP (17%), if the election were held today.

Liberals Maintain a Small Lead in Neck and Neck Federal Election Among Voters in the GTA

| Filed under: National, Toronto

Toronto, Sept 11th, 2021 – In the first poll conducted following the federal election English debate by Forum Research among GTA voters, 39% of decided / leaning voters would vote Liberal, followed by Conservatives (33%), NDP (15%), People’s Party of Canada (10%), and Green 3%, if the election were held today. This is in contrast to the results of the same poll at the federal level, where Conservatives enjoy a slight edge at 31% compared to Liberals at 28%.