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Satisfaction with NL Government Declines

HALIFAX: Satisfaction with the current PC government in NL has declined this quarter, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. Specifically, one-half (50%, down from 62% in August 2014) of residents are satisfied with the performance of the government. Meanwhile, three in ten (31%, up from 25%) residents are dissatisfied, while 13 percent do not offer a...

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PEI Liberals Maintain Lead Amidst Ghiz Resignation

HALIFAX: According to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc., the PEI Liberal Party has maintained its lead over other provincial parties despite the recent announcement that Robert Ghiz will be stepping down as Premier of Prince Edward Island. Specifically, one-half of residents support the Liberals this quarter (50%, compared with 48% in August 2014), while...

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NS Liberals Maintain Wide Lead Over Other Parties

HALIFAX:  The NS Liberals maintain a wide lead over other parties in terms of voting intentions, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. Specifically over six in ten decided voters support the Liberal Party (64%, compared with 63% in August 2014). Two in ten support the PC Party (18%, compared with 20%), while 15 percent of residents support the NDP...

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New Brunswickers Cautiously Back New Government

HALIFAX: After winning a majority government, satisfaction with the recently elected Liberal government is moderate, according to the most recent survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. Presently, nearly one-half of New Brunswick residents are satisfied with the provincial government (47%, up from the 35% level registered by the PCs in August 2014), while two in ten (19%, down from...

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Les Néo-Brunswickois soutiennent le nouveau gouvernement avec prudence

HALIFAX – Selon le plus récent sondage réalisé par Corporate Research Associates (CRA) Inc, le gouvernement libéral, récemment élu par une majorité de voix, obtient un taux de satisfaction modérée. Près de la moitié des Néo-Brunswickois sont actuellement satisfaits du gouvernement provincial (47 %, un taux en hausse par rapport à celui de 35 % enregistré par le Parti conservateur...

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Consumer Confidence Continues to Lag in Saint John

Halifax: Consumer confidence in Saint John continues to trail behind other Maritime cities, according to the most recent Urban Report Survey conducted by Corporate Research Associates Inc. (CRA). Specifically, Saint John consumer confidence rests at 97.3 (compared with 97.5 three months ago), while Fredericton (101.1, compared with 100.8), and Halifax (102.9, compared with 102.5) are also...

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