National Newswatch

Fewer Canadians Are Happy with Liberal Minority than in 2019

Sep 27 2021 — Mario Canseco — The NDP ran a “positive” campaign for 54% of Canadian voters, but only 24% feel the same way about the People’s Party. Canadians who cast a ballot in the 44th federal election are not as enthused about the plausible formation of the government as they were two years ago, a new Research Co. “exit poll” […]

Conservatives Close Gap in Canada as Liberal Lead Disappears

Aug 31 2021 — Mario Canseco — The federal election in Canada is currently a dead head between the two most prominent parties in the country, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative national sample, 33% of Canadian decided voters would cast a ballot for the candidate of the Liberal Party in their riding, down […]

British Columbians Feel Trudeau is Better for Province Than Harper

Aug 17 2021 — Mario Canseco — Most residents of British Columbia believe the tenure of Justin Trudeau as Prime Minister of Canada has been beneficial for the province, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative provincial sample, 54% of British Columbians think the province has been treated “very well” or “well” by Trudeau, while […]

Liberals Ahead of NDP as British Columbians Ponder Federal Ballot

Aug 11 2021 — Mario Canseco — A majority of British Columbians approve of the way Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh are handling their duties. The governing Liberal Party is currently the most popular federal political organization in British Columbia, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative provincial sample, 37% of decided voters in British […]

Pierre Trudeau Ahead of Harper as Best Recent PM for Canadians

Jul 23 2021 — Mario Canseco — Pierre Trudeau remains the most liked of Canada’s nine recent heads of government, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative national sample, 20% of Canadians select Pierre Trudeau as the best prime minister since 1968, down three points since a similar Research Co. survey conducted in July 2020. […]

Vaccine Hesitation Drops, Satisfaction with Rollout Rises in Canada

Jul 20 2021 — Mario Canseco — More Canadians are pleased with the way their federal and provincial administrations have managed the inoculation process related to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative national sample, more than seven-in-ten Canadians are satisfied with the vaccination plans and phases outlined by their province (73%, […]

Liberals Have Eight-Point Lead Over Tories in Canada

Jun 17 2021 — Mario Canseco — The governing Liberal Party remains ahead of its rivals in Canada’s federal political scene, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative national sample, 38% of Canadian decided voters would support the Liberal candidate in their constituency if a federal election were held tomorrow, up one point since a […]

Views on Governments Falter as Canadians See Pandemic’s End

May 25 2021 — Mario Canseco — Ontarians and Albertans are the least likely to express confidence in the measures implemented by their provincial administrations. For the first time since the start of the pandemic, a majority of Canadians believe the most vicious moments of COVID-19 have passed, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative […]

Satisfaction with COVID-19 Management Falls Across Canada

Apr 5 2021 — Mario Canseco — Fewer than half of Ontarians and Albertans are content with the way their provincial governments have handled the pandemic. The proportion of Canadians who are pleased with the way the federal government has managed the pandemic has dropped to the lowest level recorded, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of […]

Liberals Stay Ahead as Conservative Support Falls in Canada

Mar 18 2021 — Mario Canseco — Two-in-five Canadians think Justin Trudeau would make the best Prime Minister, as Erin O’Toole drops to 15% on this question. Vancouver, BC [March 18, 2021] – Public support for the governing Liberal Party remains stable in Canada since the end of last year, while fewer voters are willing to cast a ballot for the Conservative […]

Canadian Desire to Drop Monarchy Reaches Historic Level

Mar 1 2021 — Mario Canseco — Only 22% of Canadians would prefer to have Prince Charles becoming King after Queen Elizabeth II dies or abdicates. Vancouver, BC [March 1, 2021] – The proportion of Canadians who express a wish to no longer have a monarch has reached the highest level recorded in the past 12 years, a new Research Co. poll […]

Liberals Stay Ahead in Canada as Trudeau’s Rating Improves

Dec 17 2020 — Mario Canseco — The governing Liberal Party maintains the upper hand in Canada, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative national sample, 37% of decided voters would support the Liberal candidate in their riding if a federal election were held today, down one point since a similar Research Co. poll conducted […]

Opposition NDP Edges Ahead of Governing UCP in Alberta

Dec 7 2020 — — The New Democratic party (NDP) holds the upper hand in Alberta’s political scene, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative provincial sample, 43% of decided voters would cast a ballot for the opposition NDP if a provincial election were held today, while 40% would support the governing United […]

Liberals Hold a Six-Point Lead Over Conservatives in Canada

Sep 17 2020 — Mario Canseco — The governing Liberal Party is ahead of all other contenders in Canada’s federal political scene, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative national sample, 38% of decided voters would support the Liberal candidate in their constituency if an election were held today, down one point since a similar […]

Flag First, Monarchy Last in List of What Makes Canadians Proud

Jul 3 2020 — Mario Canseco — The perceptions of Canadians on specific institutions and features of the country went through noticeable changes over the past year, a new Research Co. poll has found. In the online survey of a representative national sample, more than four-in-five Canadians (82%) say they are proud of the Canadian flag. This represents an 11-point decrease since […]