COVID-19 Symptom Study Wave 2

| Filed under: Ontario

In the second wave of interviewing for a new poll conducted jointly by Forum Research and Mainstreet Research among 4260 randomly selected Ontario households on April 19, about one in seven reported at least one of seven listed symptoms of COVID-19 (15%). This represents a decline from last week (April 11/12 - 19%). The symptoms listed were a new fever (2% this week, 3% last week), cough (4% this week and last), headaches (7%, down from 10%), sore throat (5% now and then), diarrhea (4% now, 5% last week), loss of taste or smell (2% both weeks), or shortness of breath (2% this week, 3% last week).

Expected Victory for Incumbent Liberals in Newfoundland and Labrador Election

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Saskatchewan Party to Form Majority

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NDP Majority in B.C.

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New Brunswick Headed Toward PC Majority

| Filed under: New Brunswick

In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 824 New Brunswick voters, among those decided and leaning 4-in-10 will vote Progressive Conservative (39%), compared to just over a quarter who will vote Liberal (28%). The Greens command about a fifth of the vote (19%).

One in 10 say They Can Maintain Current Standard of Living for Less than One Month

| Filed under: National

Toronto, April 21st – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1335 Canadian voters, one in 10 (11%) says that if nothing about their financial situation changed, they would be able to maintain their current standard of living for less than one month.