The results of the 2019 IRIS Global Confidence Survey conducted across 23 countries among 12,436 participants indicate that consumers around the world are exhibiting signs of economic stress.
Despite a changing landscape, our research reveals how independent advisors are re-focusing their practices to overcome industry challenges and better serve Canadians.
Our recently updated tracking study on energy issues reveals that a majority of Canadians continue to support the development of the oil sands and the construction of pipelines to move product.
Our most recent wave of the Focus GTA study revealed that previous optimism has faded in the face of rising concerns surrounding “smart cities”.
By examining the social values of Canadian voters, we find a striking degree of consistency between political party platforms and key support groups in the October 2019 federal election.
Our recent study of Indigenous Peoples for APTN focused on concerns leading up to the federal election.
Explore our most recent Advisor Perception Study findings with this 2018 summary infographic.
Tony Coulson uses our social values data to explore the contrast between UCP and NDP partisans, and whether undecided voter values give any clues about how they might tilt on election day
A wave of authoritarian populism has been evident in Europe, Britain and the United States over the past few decades. Many Canadians are wondering how these energies might manifest in their own country’s upcoming federal election.