Our team has taken a closer look at the values of Canadians not yet fully committed to the COVID-19 vaccine, to help inform effective persuasion strategies.
The latest summary report of our Public Trust and Readiness tracking study provides up-to-date guidance for decision-makers balancing public health and economic activity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tony Coulson explores the growing economic concerns of Alberta and the feelings of disappointment in the federal government.
The summary report of our new tracking study provides guidance to decision-makers tasked with coordinating or implementing a reopening of our economy after months of COVID-19 shutdown.
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.
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
Despite months of negative headlines about an apparent wave of public opposition against Toronto’s Sidewalk Labs-Waterfront Toronto partnership, our new survey for the Toronto Region Board of Trade suggests a ‘techlash’ may not be a thing, at least not in Toronto
A large majority of Canadians agree that “It would be a good investment for the Government of Canada to allocate more resources towards preventing tax evasion and avoidance,” according to a recent Environics Research poll.