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17 Apr 2019

Nova Scotians Support Return of Minority Ridings

Six in ten adults agree with restoration of Acadian and African Nova Scotian electoral districts. April 17, 2019: Six in ten Nova Scotians believe the provincial government should restore four minority ridings, as formally recommended on Monday by the Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Commission....

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16 Apr 2019

Say Hello to Narrative Research

Corporate Research Associates relaunches as Narrative Research Putting research in context: Every insight tells a story. April 16, 2019: Corporate Research Associates, a leading national market research company headquartered in Halifax, today announced it is relaunching itself as Narrative Research. The change focuses on...

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07 Mar 2019

New Government in NB Off to a Strong Start

56% of voters express satisfaction with performance of Premier Blaine Higgs’ minority government. Voter support for PC Party has climbed more than 10 points since November. Opposition parties’ support is eroding, or stable. March 7, 2019: A majority of New Brunswick voters are satisfied...

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06 Mar 2019

NS Liberals and PCs neck-and-neck in voter support

Liberals lose nearly year-long lead in popular support; now in statistical dead heat with PCs. Half of Nova Scotians are dissatisfied with Premier Stephen McNeil’s government. McNeil and Tim Houston also in statistical tie on question of leadership. HALIFAX, NS March 6, 2019: After...

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12 Dec 2018

Support for NL Liberals grows to highest level since 2016

Nearly half of decided voters would cast ballots for Liberal Party if an election were held today. PC support holding steady at about one-third of decided voters. Satisfaction with Dwight Ball’s Liberal government stable at 45%. December 12, 2018: Support for the provincial Liberal...

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12 Dec 2018

Gap between NS Liberals and PCs continues to narrow

Seven percentage points now separate Liberals and Progressive Conservatives. Premier Stephen McNeil remains most preferred leader, but Tim Houston (PC) and Gary Burrill (NDP) see rise in preference. Nova Scotians divided over satisfaction with performance of McNeil government. HALIFAX, NS December 12, 2018: Support...

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04 Dec 2018

Consumer confidence in Saint John up slightly this quarter

Despite improvement, consumer confidence still down from its 2018 high. Satisfaction with the performance of Saint John’s municipal government trending upwards. Large majority of city residents believe response to Irving Refinery explosion was well handled. December 4, 2018: Consumer confidence in Saint John has...

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