Trudeau Liberals (28% -2) Wounded—Caught in Pincer Between Surge of Both Singh NDP (20% +5) and Blanchet’s Bloc Québécois (35% +9) in Quebec

Younger Voters also Desert Trudeau for Singh

Scheer’s Conservatives (33% N/C) Lead Nationally,
as May’s Green Party (7% -1) Trails, and Bernier’s
Peoples Party (2% -1) Flatlines

Pets Tripping Out With their Pet Parents:

How often they hit the road with each other is pawpular…

Government Time for a Change or Deserve Re-election

Heading into the English Language Debate
Majority (55% +4) of Canadians Say It’s Time to
Change the Trudeau Government versus Just 25% (-2)
Who Believe the Liberals Have Done a Good Job and
Deserve to be Re-Elected

The Handgun Debate Settled

Canadians Believe Criminals with Smuggled Handguns from United
States (80%) Not Stolen From or Used By Vetted and Licensed
Handgun Owners (20%) are at Root of Community Handgun
Shootings, Wounding’s, and Killings

When politicians say they’re cracking down on vetted and licensed
handgun owners to stop gun violence in communities,
it’s just smoke and mirrors (71%)

Immigration May Be a Hot Topic at Upcoming Leaders’ Debates

Four-in-ten (37% -2) say Canada is admitting too many lawful
immigrants, three-in-ten (32% -6) just the right number, and one-in-ten (13% +1) not enough

Post-Blackface

Despite Many (45%) Who Believe Justin Trudeau is a Hypocrite and
Deserves Political Comeuppance, Two-Thirds (66%) Say People
Should Cut him Some Slack or Give Him a Break Because These
Things Happened Many Years Ago

Majority (76%) Say PM has not shown himself to be a racist in any
act of office or what he has said or done as leader of this Country

Findings also show negligible voter impact

From Pre-Writ to Post-Blackface: a Bump Up for the Conservatives, a Notch Lower for the Liberals

Scheer’s Conservatives (37% +2) Lead Nationally (and in
Ontario +3) to Trudeau’s Liberals (30% -2), Singh’s NDP (15%
N/C), May’s Green Party (8% N/C), and Bernier’s Peoples Party
(3% +1) with Blanchet’s Bloc Québécois at 26% in Quebec (+3)

Only One Quarter (24%) of Canadian Women Believe the PM When He Says He’s a “Feminist” and Almost Two Thirds (63%) Don’t Feel Better Off Than They Did in 2015

Despite this, Majority (54%) Agree PM and His Government
Have Done a Good Job Creating Better Opportunities for
Women

Quarterly Approval Rating of Canada’s Premiers

Manitoba’s Pallister has election glow (40% +3) while Ontario’s
Ford (26% -3) skids into the ditch
Quebec’s Legault (59% N/C), Saskatchewan’s Scott Moe (58% -2)
and Alberta’s Jason Kenney (55% N/C) continue to ride high as
Premiers with highest approval ratings
BC’s Horgan (47% +3), New Brunswick’s Higgs (43% -2),
Newfoundland’s Ball (40% +9) and Nova Scotia’s McNeil (19% +5)
trail

Time for a Change in Government

Half (51% -5) of Canadians Say It’s Time to Change
the Trudeau Government versus Just 27% Who
Believe the Liberals Have Done a Good Job and
Deserve to be Re-Elected