Issue: 2011 Canadian ElectionRSS

(02/18/14) -

Liberals hold slight lead over Conservatives, but their edge evaporates among most likely voters

Those Canadians most likely to vote in 2015 election put Liberals, Conservatives in dead heat

(08/27/11) -

Canadians Remember Layton Fondly, Support State Funeral to Honour Him

Two thirds of Canadians think the NDP will not be able to find a new leader as strong as Layton.

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(05/07/11) -

Canadian Liberal Voters Ready to Unite the Left, But New Democrats Reserved

Justin Trudeau is regarded as a good choice to lead the Liberals by almost half of Canadians and a majority of Grit voters.

(04/30/11) -

Conservatives and NDP Gain in Canada, as Liberals Fall Below 20% Mark

New Democrats increase their standing in Quebec and British Columbia, and move to second place in Ontario.

(04/27/11) -

Tories Lead in Canada, NDP Firmly in Second Place Due to Quebec Strength

High approval numbers continue for Jack Layton, as Liberal support and momentum for Michael Ignatieff plummet.

(04/25/11) -

Most Canadians Face Election with Mistrust, Skepticism and Cynicism

Unique segmentation shows that a third of Canadians are waiting to be swayed by policy ideas.

(04/22/11) -

Canadian Catholics More Likely to Back Conservatives in Election

Most Protestants are also supporting Tory candidates in this election; atheist and agnostics are split between the two main federal parties.

(04/21/11) -

Conservatives Ahead of Federal Rivals in British Columbia

Support for the New Democratic Party (NDP) has increased across the province since the last federal election.

(04/18/11) -

Tories Ahead in Canada, But NDP Ties Liberals as Layton Connects with Voters

Jack Layton posts the highest approval rating for any Canadian federal leader in the past three years.

(04/16/11) -

Many Canadians Annoyed with English Debate, But Reacted Well to Policy Ideas

Unique second-by-second analysis of exchanges and closing statements shows that the public is interested and happy to learn about policy ideas, and becomes annoyed and disturbed when the leaders attack each other.