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RV1A. Thinking of how you feel right now, if a FEDERAL election were held tomorrow, which of the following parties' candidates would you, yourself, be most likely to support?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

The Conservative Party

245
22.0%

12
22.0%

43
21.0%

94
25.0%

96
21.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

The Liberal Party

297
27.0%

12
21.0%

43
21.0%

92
24.0%

0
-

274
25.0%

7
14.0%

89
23.0%

0
-

46
4.0%

11
3.0%

0
-

0
-

Green Party

30
3.0%

8
15.0%
CD
1
1.0%

274
93.0%
EFHI
0
-

0
-

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

55
27.0%
A
15
7.0%
CD
6
3.0%

297
94.0%
EGHI
0
-

0
-

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

150
32.0%
BC
123
27.0%
A
11
2.0%

245
93.0%
FGHI
0
-

7
2.0%

16
3.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

46
87.0%
EFGI
0
-

1
0

0
-

0
-

1
0

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Would not vote/None/Would spoil ballot

33
3.0%

3
5.0%

7
3.0%

14
4.0%

9
2.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Don't Know/Not sure

177
16.0%

12
22.0%

36
18.0%

72
19.0%
D

58
12.0%

19
7.0%

19
6.0%

20
7.0%

7
13.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Other

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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RV1B. Well, which party would you say you would lean towards?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

181
177

12
12**

37
36*

74
72*

58
58*

19
19**

20
19**

22
20**

7
7**

The Conservative Party

19
11.0%

1
7.0%

3
8.0%

6
8.0%

9
16.0%

19
100.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

The Liberal Party

19
11.0%

1
9.0%

2
5.0%

8
12.0%

8
14.0%

0
-

19
100.0%

0
-

0
-

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

20
11.0%

3
25.0%

4
12.0%

7
10.0%

6
10.0%

0
-

0
-

20
100.0%

0
-

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

7
4.0%

2
17.0%

2
6.0%

1
1.0%

2
3.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

7
100.0%

Green Party

5
3.0%

0
-

2
6.0%

3
4.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Other

1
1.0%

0
-

1
3.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Don't know

106
60.0%

5
42.0%

22
61.0%

46
65.0%

33
57.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Base: Undecided
Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

The Conservative Party

264
24.0%

13
23.0%

46
22.0%

100
26.0%

105
23.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

The Liberal Party

316
29.0%

13
23.0%

45
22.0%

100
26.0%

0
-

294
27.0%

10
19.0%

60
29.0%

96
25.0%

0
-

316
100.0%
EGHI
0
-

0
-

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

158
34.0%
BC
128
28.0%

264
100.0%
FGHI
0
-

0
-

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

53
5.0%

13
3.0%

0
-

0
-

35
3.0%

17
8.0%
CD
8
4.0%

13
3.0%

Green Party

10
19.0%
BCD
1
1.0%

294
100.0%
EFHI
0
-

10
3.0%

16
3.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

53
100.0%
EFGI
0
-

2
0

0
-

1
0

1
0

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Would not vote/None/Would spoil ballot

33
3.0%

3
5.0%

7
3.0%

14
4.0%

9
2.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Don't Know/Not sure

106
10.0%

5
9.0%

22
11.0%

46
12.0%
D

33
7.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Other

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

965
965

49
48*

180
177

320
320

416
421

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

The Conservative Party

264
27.0%

13
27.0%

46
26.0%

100
31.0%

105
25.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

The Liberal Party

316
33.0%

13
26.0%

45
25.0%

100
31.0%

0
-

294
30.0%

10
22.0%

60
34.0%

96
30.0%

0
-

316
100.0%
EGHI
0
-

0
-

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

158
38.0%
B
128
31.0%

264
100.0%
FGHI
0
-

0
-

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

53
5.0%

13
3.0%

0
-

0
-

35
4.0%

17
10.0%
CD
8
5.0%

13
4.0%

Green Party

10
21.0%
BCD
1
2.0%

294
100.0%
EFHI
0
-

10
3.0%

16
4.0%

0
-

0
-

0
-

53
100.0%
EFGI
0
-

2
0

0
-

1
1.0%

1
0

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

0
-

Base: Decided Voters - Leaners Included


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Other

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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RV2. How certain are you that this is the party that you will actually support on Election Day:

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

970
970

50
49*

181
178

321
321

418
423

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Absolutely certain

422
44.0%

20
40.0%

71
40.0%

151
47.0%

180
43.0%

124
39.0%

122
41.0%

25
48.0%

Fairly certain

441
45.0%

19
39.0%

134
42.0%

196
46.0%

22
41.0%

95
10.0%

7
15.0%

31
10.0%

44
10.0%

21
8.0%

160
51.0%
E
29
9.0%

139
47.0%

Not very certain

92
52.0%
C
13
7.0%

137
52.0%
FGI
103
39.0%

30
10.0%

6
12.0%

Not at all certain

12
1.0%

3
6.0%
D

2
1.0%

5
2.0%

2
1.0%

2
1.0%

3
1.0%

4
1.0%

0
-

T2B

863
89.0%

39
80.0%

285
89.0%

376
89.0%

L2B

107
11.0%

10
20.0%
B

163
92.0%
A
15
8.0%

35
11.0%

46
11.0%

241
91.0%
I
23
9.0%

284
90.0%
I
32
10.0%

260
89.0%
I
33
11.0%

47
88.0%
I
6
12.0%

Base: Respondents who selected a party at RV1A or RV1B


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

TOPBOX & LOWBOX SUMMARY

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RV3. And, assuming you can't vote for your first choice, which party would you support as a second choice?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

Base: Respondents who selected a party at RV1A or RV1B


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

970
970

50
49*

181
178

321
321

418
423

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

The Conservative Party

86
9.0%

3
6.0%

15
9.0%

30
9.0%

38
9.0%

0
-

The Liberal Party

229
24.0%

6
12.0%

72
22.0%

The New Democratic Party (NDP)

243
25.0%

12
24.0%

48
27.0%
A
40
23.0%

80
25.0%

103
24.0%
A
112
26.0%

25
9.0%
E
154
52.0%
EFHI
0
-

The Bloc Quebecois (BQ)

39
4.0%

3
7.0%

8
4.0%

11
3.0%

17
4.0%

62
23.0%
FH
50
19.0%
G
4
2.0%

50
16.0%
EG
0
-

5
10.0%
E
4
8.0%
F
17
31.0%
G
0
-

Some other party

138
14.0%

9
18.0%

20
11.0%

48
15.0%

60
14.0%

Don't know/Not sure

235
24.0%

16
34.0%

46
26.0%

79
25.0%

93
22.0%

42
16.0%
I
106
40.0%
FGI

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

161
51.0%
EGH
6
2.0%
40
13.0%
I
59
19.0%

25
9.0%
EFH
47
16.0%
I
43
15.0%

9
18.0%
I
18
34.0%
FG

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RV4. Thinking about the Conservative government under the leadership of Stephen Harper, from what you have seen, read or heard, would you say that you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove
of their performance?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly approve

106
10.0%

4
7.0%

22
11.0%

39
10.0%

41
9.0%

9
3.0%

3
1.0%

0
-

Somewhat approve

331
30.0%

15
27.0%

60
29.0%

128
34.0%

128
28.0%

62
20.0%

45
15.0%

Somewhat disapprove

269
24.0%

55
27.0%

85
22.0%

108
23.0%

Strongly disapprove

397
36.0%

20
37.0%
CD
15
28.0%

91
35.0%
FGHI
152
57.0%
FGHI
19
7.0%

68
33.0%

128
34.0%

185
40.0%

2
1.0%

79
25.0%
E
166
52.0%
E

99
34.0%
EF
147
50.0%
E

14
27.0%
G
12
24.0%
E
26
50.0%
E

T2B

437
40.0%

19
35.0%

82
40.0%

169
37.0%

48
16.0%

14
27.0%

666
60.0%

36
65.0%

124
60.0%

243
92.0%
FGHI
21
8.0%

71
22.0%

L2B

167
44.0%
D
213
56.0%

245
78.0%
E

246
84.0%
E

39
73.0%
E

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

TOPBOX & LOWBOX SUMMARY

293
63.0%
C

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RV5. Some people say that the Conservative government under Prime Minister Stephen Harper has done a good job and deserves to be re-elected on October 19th. Other people say that it is time for another federal party to take over and
run the country. Which of these statements is closest to your point of view?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Harper government has done a good job and deserves re-election

316
29.0%

12
23.0%

53
26.0%

126
33.0%

124
27.0%

239
91.0%
FGHI

22
7.0%
G

7
2.0%

6
12.0%
G

Time for another federal party to take over

787
71.0%

43
77.0%

153
74.0%

254
67.0%

338
73.0%

25
9.0%

294
93.0%
E

287
98.0%
EFHI

47
88.0%
E

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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RV6. Generally speaking, would you say that things in this country are heading in the right direction, or are they off on the wrong track?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Right direction

435
39.0%

17
30.0%

83
40.0%

156
41.0%

179
39.0%

12
23.0%

668
61.0%

38
70.0%

123
60.0%

223
59.0%

283
61.0%

79
25.0%
G
237
75.0%
E

54
18.0%

Wrong track

227
86.0%
FGHI
37
14.0%

240
82.0%
EF

41
77.0%
E

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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RV7. To what extent do you approve or disapprove of the Federal Government's overall management of the Canadian economy?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly approve

98
9.0%

5
9.0%

23
11.0%

34
9.0%

36
8.0%

10
3.0%

5
2.0%

2
4.0%

Somewhat approve

402
36.0%

17
31.0%

71
34.0%

143
38.0%

172
37.0%

96
30.0%

70
24.0%

15
28.0%

Somewhat disapprove

381
35.0%

20
36.0%

76
37.0%

121
32.0%

164
35.0%

77
29.0%
FGHI
161
61.0%
FGHI
23
9.0%

Strongly disapprove

223
20.0%

13
24.0%

36
18.0%

82
21.0%

91
20.0%

3
1.0%

125
39.0%
E
85
27.0%
E

134
46.0%
E
85
29.0%
E

20
38.0%
E
15
29.0%
E

T2B

500
45.0%

22
40.0%

93
45.0%

177
47.0%

207
45.0%

17
33.0%

603
55.0%

33
60.0%

112
55.0%

203
53.0%

255
55.0%

107
34.0%
G
209
66.0%
E

75
25.0%

L2B

238
90.0%
FGHI
26
10.0%

219
75.0%
EF

36
67.0%
E

TOPBOX & LOWBOX SUMMARY

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EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Stephen Harper

328
30.0%

13
24.0%

56
27.0%

127
33.0%

132
29.0%

355
32.0%

16
29.0%

114
30.0%

147
32.0%

Thomas Mulcair

419
38.0%

25
46.0%

79
38.0%
C
72
35.0%

139
37.0%

183
40.0%

12
5.0%

19
6.0%
G
247
78.0%
EGHI
50
16.0%
E

6
2.0%

Justin Trudeau

239
90.0%
FGHI
13
5.0%

11
21.0%
FG
10
19.0%
E
32
60.0%
EF

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

33
11.0%
E
255
87.0%
EFHI

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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9. As you may know, there's been a lot of talk about the weak performance of Canada's economy. In your view, which party and leader would be best able to deal with this issue if they are elected on October 19 th?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Stephen Harper and the Conservatives

347
31.0%

13
24.0%

59
29.0%

134
35.0%

140
30.0%

22
7.0%

14
5.0%

Justin Trudeau and the Liberals

380
34.0%

19
35.0%

76
37.0%

116
30.0%

170
37.0%

244
93.0%
FGHI
9
3.0%

Thomas Mulcair and the NDP

376
34.0%

22
41.0%

71
35.0%

130
34.0%

152
33.0%

11
4.0%

258
82.0%
EGHI
36
11.0%
E

42
14.0%
E
239
81.0%
EFHI

9
17.0%
FG
15
29.0%
EG
29
54.0%
EF

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

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NEW11. Did you watch the leaders' debate the evening of September 17th, hosted by the Globe and Mail?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Yes

255
23.0%

11
20.0%

46
22.0%

76
20.0%

61
23.0%

8
16.0%

848
77.0%

44
80.0%

160
78.0%

304
80.0%
D

95
30.0%
H
221
70.0%

73
25.0%

No

122
26.0%
C
340
74.0%

221
75.0%

45
84.0%
F

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

203
77.0%

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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NEW12. In your opinion, who won the debate?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

250
255

11
11**

46
46*

75
76*

118
122

58
61*

93
95*

74
73*

8
8**

Stephen Harper and the Conservatives

71
28.0%

5
46.0%

10
22.0%

25
32.0%

31
26.0%

7
7.0%

6
8.0%

2
25.0%

Justin Trudeau and the Liberals

102
40.0%

3
27.0%

19
42.0%

35
45.0%

46
37.0%

53
86.0%
FG
7
11.0%

15
21.0%

1
13.0%

Thomas Mulcair and the NDP

82
32.0%

3
27.0%

16
36.0%

17
22.0%

45
37.0%
C

72
76.0%
EG
16
17.0%
E

52
71.0%
EF

5
63.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

2
3.0%

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 01) Canada must go into a deficit in order to fund infrastructure programs to stimulate our economy.?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

89
8.0%

6
11.0%

12
6.0%

20
5.0%

9
3.0%

4
8.0%

409
37.0%

20
36.0%

68
33.0%

135
36.0%

Somewhat disagree

436
40.0%

16
30.0%

151
40.0%

167
36.0%

Strongly disagree

169
15.0%

13
23.0%
BD

101
49.0%
ACD
24
12.0%

45
14.0%
EG
163
51.0%
EG
86
27.0%

21
7.0%

Somewhat agree

51
11.0%
BC
186
40.0%

74
19.0%
BD

59
13.0%

114
39.0%
E
129
44.0%
F
31
10.0%

22
42.0%
E
23
44.0%
F
3
6.0%

Agree (T2B)

498
45.0%

26
47.0%

81
39.0%

155
41.0%

Disagree (B2B)

605
55.0%

29
53.0%

125
61.0%
D

224
59.0%
D

236
51.0%
BC
226
49.0%

135
46.0%
E
159
54.0%
F

27
50.0%
E
26
50.0%
F

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Canada must go into a deficit in order to fund infrastructure


programs to stimulate our economy.

51
19.0%
115
44.0%
F
88
34.0%
FGHI

22
7.0%

SUMMARY
60
23.0%
204
77.0%
FGH

208
66.0%
EGHI
108
34.0%

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 02) Canada needs to avoid any public spending programs that could put us into a deficit position.?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

178
16.0%

70
18.0%
D
144
38.0%

33
11.0%

7
13.0%

98
31.0%

94
32.0%

15
28.0%

Somewhat disagree

426
39.0%

14
26.0%

75
36.0%

131
35.0%

76
29.0%
FGHI
109
41.0%
FG
69
26.0%

33
10.0%

390
35.0%

39
19.0%
D
72
35.0%

53
11.0%

Somewhat agree

17
30.0%
CD
20
37.0%

Strongly disagree

109
10.0%

4
7.0%

20
10.0%

35
9.0%

142
45.0%
E
43
14.0%
E

131
44.0%
E
36
12.0%
E

28
53.0%
E
3
5.0%

Agree (T2B)

568
52.0%

214
56.0%
D
166
44.0%

127
43.0%

22
42.0%

535
48.0%

111
54.0%
D
94
46.0%

131
42.0%

Disagree (B2B)

37
67.0%
D
18
33.0%

185
58.0%
E

167
57.0%
E

31
58.0%
E

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Canada needs to avoid any public spending programs that could


put us into a deficit position.

153
33.0%
206
45.0%
ABC
50
11.0%

10
4.0%

SUMMARY
206
45.0%
256
55.0%
ABC

185
70.0%
FGHI
79
30.0%

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 03) We should raise taxes on corporations to fund new government initiatives like a national childcare?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

277
25.0%

14
25.0%

50
24.0%

105
28.0%

109
23.0%

24
9.0%

Somewhat agree

439
40.0%

26
48.0%

75
37.0%

144
38.0%

194
42.0%

81
31.0%

Somewhat disagree

259
23.0%

12
21.0%

90
24.0%

97
21.0%

16
30.0%
E
25
48.0%
E
10
18.0%

128
12.0%

3
5.0%

41
11.0%

63
14.0%

87
33.0%
FGH
71
27.0%
FGHI

115
39.0%
EFI
125
42.0%
E
42
14.0%

Strongly disagree

60
29.0%
D
20
10.0%

82
26.0%
E
140
44.0%
E
68
22.0%
G
25
8.0%
G

12
4.0%

2
4.0%

Agree (T2B)

716
65.0%

40
73.0%

125
61.0%

248
65.0%

302
65.0%

105
40.0%

Disagree (B2B)

387
35.0%

15
27.0%

81
39.0%

132
35.0%

160
35.0%

159
60.0%
FGHI

222
70.0%
E
94
30.0%
G

240
82.0%
EF
54
18.0%

42
78.0%
E
12
22.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

We should raise taxes on corporations to fund new government


initiatives like a national childcare

SUMMARY

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 04) The Federal Government wouldn't have to raise taxes on businesses or others if it just did a better?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

346
31.0%

18
32.0%

71
34.0%

128
34.0%

130
28.0%

64
24.0%

98
31.0%

18
34.0%

Somewhat agree

489
44.0%

23
41.0%

93
45.0%

159
42.0%

215
46.0%

128
48.0%

140
44.0%

102
35.0%
E
121
41.0%

Somewhat disagree

220
20.0%

10
19.0%

37
18.0%

68
18.0%

105
23.0%

57
22.0%

69
22.0%

59
20.0%

Strongly disagree

47
4.0%

4
7.0%

6
3.0%

25
6.0%
D

13
3.0%

15
6.0%

10
3.0%

12
4.0%

14
26.0%
I
2
4.0%

Agree (T2B)

836
76.0%

41
74.0%

164
79.0%

287
76.0%

345
75.0%

192
73.0%

238
75.0%

223
76.0%

37
70.0%

Disagree (B2B)

267
24.0%

14
26.0%

42
21.0%

93
24.0%

118
25.0%

72
27.0%

78
25.0%

71
24.0%

16
30.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

The Federal Government wouldn't have to raise taxes on


businesses or others if it just did a better

19
36.0%

SUMMARY

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 05) The biggest problem we face in terms of funding government programs is not raising enough taxes?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

260
24.0%

18
32.0%

47
23.0%

95
25.0%

100
22.0%

28
11.0%

Somewhat agree

487
44.0%

21
38.0%

89
43.0%

175
46.0%

202
44.0%

101
38.0%

102
35.0%
EF
135
46.0%

15
28.0%
E
23
43.0%

Somewhat disagree

259
23.0%

11
20.0%

53
26.0%

82
22.0%

113
24.0%

43
15.0%

13
24.0%

Strongly disagree

98
9.0%

5
10.0%

17
8.0%

28
7.0%

47
10.0%

87
33.0%
FG
47
18.0%
FGH

77
24.0%
E
154
49.0%
E
67
21.0%
G
19
6.0%

14
5.0%

2
4.0%

Agree (T2B)

747
68.0%

39
70.0%

136
66.0%

270
71.0%

302
65.0%

130
49.0%

Disagree (B2B)

356
32.0%

16
30.0%

70
34.0%

110
29.0%

160
35.0%

134
51.0%
FGHI

230
73.0%
E
86
27.0%
G

237
81.0%
EF
57
19.0%

38
72.0%
E
15
28.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

The biggest problem we face in terms of funding government


programs is not raising enough taxes

SUMMARY

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 06) It is fair and reasonable to ask those earning $200,000 or more a year to pay a higher level of?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

584
53.0%

28
52.0%

96
47.0%

234
51.0%

103
39.0%

373
34.0%

20
36.0%

97
37.0%

107
10.0%

6
10.0%

32
9.0%

165
36.0%
C
44
9.0%

185
63.0%
E
88
30.0%

Somewhat disagree

78
38.0%
C
25
12.0%

183
58.0%
E
108
34.0%

27
52.0%

Somewhat agree

225
59.0%
BD
110
29.0%

19
6.0%

16
5.0%

6
11.0%

Strongly disagree

39
4.0%

1
2.0%

6
3.0%

13
3.0%

19
4.0%

44
17.0%
FG
20
8.0%
FG

6
2.0%

5
2.0%

1
2.0%

Agree (T2B)

957
87.0%

48
88.0%

175
85.0%

335
88.0%

399
86.0%

200
76.0%

146
13.0%

7
12.0%

31
15.0%

45
12.0%

63
14.0%

64
24.0%
FG

273
93.0%
E
21
7.0%

46
88.0%

Disagree (B2B)

291
92.0%
E
25
8.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

It is fair and reasonable to ask those earning $200,000 or more a


year to pay a higher level of

19
36.0%

SUMMARY

7
12.0%

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EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

555
50.0%

26
47.0%

105
51.0%

214
46.0%

90
34.0%

Somewhat agree

415
38.0%

20
37.0%

73
35.0%

210
55.0%
D
130
34.0%

27
51.0%
E
18
35.0%

104
9.0%

5
9.0%

23
11.0%

29
8.0%

23
7.0%

16
5.0%

6
12.0%

Strongly disagree

29
3.0%

4
7.0%
D

5
2.0%

10
3.0%

11
2.0%

117
44.0%
G
44
17.0%
FGI
13
5.0%
FG

186
63.0%
EFI
88
30.0%

Somewhat disagree

191
41.0%
C
46
10.0%

172
55.0%
E
118
37.0%

3
1.0%

5
2.0%

1
2.0%

Agree (T2B)

970
88.0%

46
83.0%

178
86.0%

341
90.0%

406
88.0%

207
78.0%

133
12.0%

9
17.0%

28
14.0%

39
10.0%

57
12.0%

57
22.0%
FG

274
93.0%
E
20
7.0%

46
86.0%

Disagree (B2B)

290
92.0%
E
26
8.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

There are a lot of tax loopholes benefitting the wealthy that if


eliminated would provide the

SUMMARY

7
14.0%

Proportions/Means: Columns Tested (5% risk level) - A/B/C/D - E/F/G/H/I/J - K/L/M - N/O - P/Q/R * small base; ** very small base (under 30) ineligible for sig testing

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 08) Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in poor countries.?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

79
7.0%

15
7.0%

16
4.0%

24
7.0%

61
29.0%

111
29.0%

63
24.0%

Somewhat disagree

433
39.0%

16
29.0%

87
42.0%

158
42.0%

132
42.0%
EH
112
36.0%

27
9.0%
E
108
37.0%
E
104
35.0%

5
9.0%

361
33.0%

42
9.0%
C
170
37.0%
C
171
37.0%

13
5.0%

Somewhat agree

7
12.0%
C
20
36.0%

Strongly disagree

230
21.0%

13
23.0%

43
21.0%

95
25.0%
D

78
17.0%

73
28.0%
FGH

48
15.0%

55
19.0%

Agree (T2B)

441
40.0%

76
37.0%

127
33.0%

662
60.0%

130
63.0%
D

253
67.0%
AD

212
46.0%
BC
250
54.0%

76
29.0%

Disagree (B2B)

26
48.0%
C
29
52.0%

155
49.0%
E
161
51.0%

136
46.0%
E
158
54.0%

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in


poor countries.

115
43.0%

13
25.0%
28
52.0%
FGI
7
13.0%

SUMMARY

188
71.0%
FG

18
34.0%
35
66.0%

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 09) Raising the corporate tax rate will drive investment and jobs outside of Canada.?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

188
17.0%

12
22.0%

32
16.0%

65
17.0%

78
17.0%

42
13.0%

31
10.0%

5
10.0%

Somewhat agree

399
36.0%

24
43.0%

70
34.0%

139
36.0%

167
36.0%

115
36.0%

90
31.0%

22
42.0%

Somewhat disagree

400
36.0%

13
24.0%

130
34.0%

117
11.0%

6
11.0%

46
12.0%

174
38.0%
A
43
9.0%

124
39.0%
E
35
11.0%
E

127
43.0%
E
46
16.0%
E

17
31.0%

Strongly disagree

83
40.0%
A
21
10.0%

81
31.0%
FGH
105
40.0%
G
67
25.0%

Agree (T2B)

587
53.0%

102
50.0%

204
54.0%

245
53.0%

27
52.0%

516
47.0%

104
50.0%
A

176
46.0%

217
47.0%

157
50.0%
G
159
50.0%
E

121
41.0%

Disagree (B2B)

36
65.0%
B
19
35.0%

173
59.0%
EF

26
48.0%
E

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Raising the corporate tax rate will drive investment and jobs
outside of Canada.

12
4.0%

9
17.0%
E

SUMMARY
186
70.0%
FGHI
78
30.0%

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NEW13. When it comes to Canada's economy, to what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements: 10) Given the economic challenges facing Canada, a balanced budget is critically important.?

EDUCATION

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

Strongly agree

338
31.0%

148
39.0%
D
156
41.0%

117
44.0%
FG
121
46.0%

61
19.0%

483
44.0%

69
33.0%
D
93
45.0%

100
22.0%

Somewhat agree

21
38.0%
D
24
44.0%

125
39.0%

87
30.0%
F
136
46.0%

18
34.0%
F
23
44.0%

Somewhat disagree

235
21.0%

9
16.0%

40
20.0%

61
16.0%

25
9.0%

Strongly disagree

47
4.0%

1
2.0%

4
2.0%

15
4.0%

124
27.0%
BC
27
6.0%
B

112
35.0%
EGH
19
6.0%
E

53
18.0%
E
17
6.0%
E

11
20.0%
E
1
2.0%

Agree (T2B)

821
74.0%

304
80.0%
D
76
20.0%

238
90.0%
FGHI
26
10.0%

186
59.0%

282
26.0%

162
79.0%
D
44
21.0%

310
67.0%

Disagree (B2B)

45
82.0%
D
10
18.0%

223
76.0%
F
71
24.0%
E

41
78.0%
F
12
22.0%
E

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

Given the economic challenges facing Canada, a balanced budget


is critically important.

211
46.0%

1
0

SUMMARY

152
33.0%
ABC

130
41.0%
EGH

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Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Canada must go into a deficit in order to fund infrastructure programs


to stimulate our economy.

Canada needs to avoid any public spending programs that could put
us into a deficit position.

We should raise taxes on corporations to fund new government


initiatives like a national childcare

The Federal Government wouldn't have to raise taxes on businesses


or others if it just did a better

The biggest problem we face in terms of funding government


programs is not raising enough taxes

It is fair and reasonable to ask those earning $200,000 or more a year


to pay a higher level of

There are a lot of tax loopholes benefitting the wealthy that if


eliminated would provide the

Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in poor


countries.

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DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

498
45.0%

26
47.0%

81
39.0%

155
41.0%

236
51.0%
BC

60
23.0%

208
66.0%
EGHI

135
46.0%
E

27
50.0%
E

568
52.0%

37
67.0%
D

111
54.0%
D

214
56.0%
D

206
45.0%

185
70.0%
FGHI

131
42.0%

127
43.0%

22
42.0%

716
65.0%

40
73.0%

125
61.0%

248
65.0%

302
65.0%

105
40.0%

222
70.0%
E

240
82.0%
EF

42
78.0%
E

836
76.0%

41
74.0%

164
79.0%

287
76.0%

345
75.0%

192
73.0%

238
75.0%

223
76.0%

37
70.0%

747
68.0%

39
70.0%

136
66.0%

270
71.0%

302
65.0%

130
49.0%

230
73.0%
E

237
81.0%
EF

38
72.0%
E

957
87.0%

48
88.0%

175
85.0%

335
88.0%

399
86.0%

200
76.0%

291
92.0%
E

273
93.0%
E

46
88.0%

970
88.0%

46
83.0%

178
86.0%

341
90.0%

406
88.0%

207
78.0%

290
92.0%
E

274
93.0%
E

46
86.0%

441
40.0%

26
48.0%

76
37.0%

127
33.0%

212
46.0%

76
29.0%

155
49.0%

136
46.0%

18
34.0%

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EDUCATION

Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in poor


countries.

Raising the corporate tax rate will drive investment and jobs outside of
Canada.

Given the economic challenges facing Canada, a balanced budget is


critically important.

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

The
Conservative
Party

The Liberal Party


E

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
E

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)

TOTAL

<HS
C

HS

Post Sec

Univ Grad
BC

587
53.0%

36
65.0%
B

102
50.0%

204
54.0%

245
53.0%

186
70.0%
FGHI

157
50.0%
G

121
41.0%

27
52.0%

821
74.0%

45
82.0%
D

162
79.0%
D

304
80.0%
D

310
67.0%

238
90.0%
FGHI

186
59.0%

223
76.0%
F

41
78.0%
F

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EDUCATION

Base: All respondents


Unweighted Base
Weighted Base

Canada must go into a deficit in order to fund infrastructure programs


to stimulate our economy.

Canada needs to avoid any public spending programs that could put
us into a deficit position.

We should raise taxes on corporations to fund new government


initiatives like a national childcare

The Federal Government wouldn't have to raise taxes on businesses


or others if it just did a better

The biggest problem we face in terms of funding government


programs is not raising enough taxes

It is fair and reasonable to ask those earning $200,000 or more a year


to pay a higher level of

There are a lot of tax loopholes benefitting the wealthy that if


eliminated would provide the

Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in poor


countries.

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DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS
A

HS
B

Post Sec
C

Univ Grad
D

The
Conservative
Party
E

The Liberal Party


F

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)
G

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)
H

1103
1103

56
55*

209
206

381
380

457
462

256
264

315
316

305
294

52
53*

605
55.0%

29
53.0%

125
61.0%
D

224
59.0%
D

226
49.0%

204
77.0%
FGH

108
34.0%

159
54.0%
F

26
50.0%
F

535
48.0%

18
33.0%

94
46.0%

166
44.0%

256
55.0%
ABC

79
30.0%

185
58.0%
E

167
57.0%
E

31
58.0%
E

387
35.0%

15
27.0%

81
39.0%

132
35.0%

160
35.0%

159
60.0%
FGHI

94
30.0%
G

54
18.0%

12
22.0%

267
24.0%

14
26.0%

42
21.0%

93
24.0%

118
25.0%

72
27.0%

78
25.0%

71
24.0%

16
30.0%

356
32.0%

16
30.0%

70
34.0%

110
29.0%

160
35.0%

134
51.0%
FGHI

86
27.0%
G

57
19.0%

15
28.0%

146
13.0%

7
12.0%

31
15.0%

45
12.0%

63
14.0%

64
24.0%
FG

25
8.0%

21
7.0%

7
12.0%

133
12.0%

9
17.0%

28
14.0%

39
10.0%

57
12.0%

57
22.0%
FG

26
8.0%

20
7.0%

7
14.0%

662
60.0%

29
52.0%

130
63.0%

253
67.0%

250
54.0%

188
71.0%

161
51.0%

158
54.0%

35
66.0%

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EDUCATION

Canada should increase its spending on aid for development in poor


countries.

Raising the corporate tax rate will drive investment and jobs outside of
Canada.

Given the economic challenges facing Canada, a balanced budget is


critically important.

DECIDED VOTER - LEANERS INCLUDED

TOTAL

<HS

HS
D

Post Sec
AD

Univ Grad

The
Conservative
Party
FG

The Liberal Party

The New
Democratic
Party (NDP)

The Bloc
Quebecois (BQ)

516
47.0%

19
35.0%

104
50.0%
A

176
46.0%

217
47.0%

78
30.0%

159
50.0%
E

173
59.0%
EF

26
48.0%
E

282
26.0%

10
18.0%

44
21.0%

76
20.0%

152
33.0%
ABC

26
10.0%

130
41.0%
EGH

71
24.0%
E

12
22.0%
E

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