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Noticeable rise in Canadians who want to accept fewer immigrants compared to 2020 – now a clear majo

An increasing proportion of Canadians want Canada to accept fewer immigrants in 2024 compared to 2023 (61%; an eight-percentage point increase from September 2023), while the proportion who want to accept more immigrants continues to decline (five per cent; 17% in 2020). Nanos conducted an RDD dual frame (land- and cell-lines) hybrid telephone and online… Continue Reading Noticeable rise in Canadians who want to accept fewer immigrants compared to 2020 – now a clear majority opinion (CTV/Nanos)

Rising cost of living remains the top issue Canadians want the House of Commons to prioritize in 202...

Nanos was retained by CTV News to conduct research among Canadians to gauge their views on the top priority for the House of Commons in 2024. Rising cost of living remains the top issue Canadians want the House of Commons to prioritize in 2024. Nanos conducted an RDD dual frame (land- and cell-lines) hybrid telephone… Continue Reading Rising cost of living remains the top issue Canadians want the House of Commons to prioritize in 2024 (CTV/Nanos)

Consumer confidence closes out flat in 2023 (Bloomberg/Nanos)

Canadian consumer confidence continues to sputter in neutral as 2023 closes out. Of note, a year ago consumer confidence was net negative with a score below 50 on the 100-point diffusion index. -Nik Nanos, Chief Data Scientist Nanos conducted an RDD dual frame (land- and cell-lines) telephone random survey of 1,060 respondents in Canada. This… Continue Reading Consumer confidence closes out flat in 2023 (Bloomberg/Nanos)

National Ballot: CPC 40, LPC 27, NDP 18, BQ 7, GPC 5, PPC 2 (Nanos)

Nanos tracks unprompted issues of concern every week. To access full weekly national and regional tracking visit the Nanos subscriber data portal. Nanos tracking for 2023 closes out with the Conservatives enjoying a 13-point lead in ballot support and Poilievre with a 12-point advantage on preferred PM tracking. – Nik Nanos The Weekly Nanos Tracking… Continue Reading National Ballot: CPC 40, LPC 27, NDP 18, BQ 7, GPC 5, PPC 2 (Nanos)

Federal Ballot: CPC 41, LPC 27, NDP 18, BQ 7, GPC 5, PPC 1 – Poilievre hits a 10-year Conservative l

Nanos tracks unprompted issues of concern every week. To access full weekly national and regional tracking visit the Nanos subscriber data portal. The federal Conservatives continue to enjoy a comfortable advantage over the Liberals in ballot support. Poilievre has registered the highest score on the preferred PM tracking compared to any other Conservative leader in… Continue Reading Federal Ballot: CPC 41, LPC 27, NDP 18, BQ 7, GPC 5, PPC 1 – Poilievre hits a 10-year Conservative leader high on preferred PM tracking (Nanos)

Consumer confidence neutral and steady in close of 2023 – Stronger than December 2022 (Bloomberg/Nan

While the close of 2022 Canadian consumer confidence was clearly in negative territory with a score of 45 points on the 100 point diffusion index that tracks sentiment, 2023 is closing out with neutral consumer confidence. -Nik Nanos, Chief Data Scientist Nanos conducted an RDD dual frame (land- and cell-lines) telephone random survey of 1,057… Continue Reading Consumer confidence neutral and steady in close of 2023 – Stronger than December 2022 (Bloomberg/Nanos)

Canadians say their personal finances are worse off compared to 2015, and cost of living is the most...

The research gauged opinions of Canadians on their personal finances compared to 2015 and the most important issue that would influence which party or candidate they would vote for. Nanos conducted an RDD dual frame (land- and cell-lines) hybrid telephone and online random survey of 1,069 Canadians, 18 years of age or older, between November… Continue Reading Canadians say their personal finances are worse off compared to 2015, and cost of living is the most important issue influencing their vote. (Bloomberg/Nanos)

55 percent of Canadians want someone other than Trudeau to lead to the Liberal Party of Canada in th...

Canadians continue to be over twice as likely to prefer someone else rather than Justin Trudeau to lead the Liberals in the next federal election. Nanos conducted an RDD dual frame (land-and cell-lines) hybrid telephone and online random survey of 1,069 Canadians, 18 years of age or older, between November 30th and December 2nd, 2023… Continue Reading 55 percent of Canadians want someone other than Trudeau to lead to the Liberal Party of Canada in the next election – 46 percent of Canadians want some other than Pierre Poilievre to lead the Conservative Party for next election (Globe/Nanos)

Inflations tops national concerns while Conservatives have 16 point advantage over Liberals (Nanos)

Nanos tracks unprompted issues of concern every week. To access full weekly national and regional tracking visit the Nanos subscriber data portal. The Conservatives enjoy a 16 point advantage over the Liberals (41 to 25) while Canadians remain concerned about inflation, jobs/the economy and the cost of housing as top issues. – Nik Nanos The… Continue Reading Inflations tops national concerns while Conservatives have 16 point advantage over Liberals (Nanos)

Consumer confidence hits neutral (Bloomberg/Nanos)

After dipping into negative territory, consumer confidence in Canada has hit a neutral score on the index largely a result of greater positive views on the future value of real estate in the next six months. -Nik Nanos, Chief Data Scientist Nanos conducted an RDD dual frame (land- and cell-lines) telephone random survey of 1,062… Continue Reading Consumer confidence hits neutral (Bloomberg/Nanos)