More than a third will vote NDP if the next federal election were held today (34%), while the Liberals (29%) and the Conservatives (28%) tie for second place.
Close to 6-in-10 see the country as being in a recession (58%), while 1-in-3 do not (29%) and one tenth don’t have an opinion (13%).
Two thirds agree that Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributions and benefits should be increased (65%).
The majority (56%) say they are likely to switch their usual vote to support a party or politician who promises to abolish the Senate, and more than a third say they are “very likely” to do so (36%).
More than one third will vote for the New Democrats if the federal election were held today (34%), while just more than one quarter would vote for either the Conservatives or the Liberals (27% each).
Just more than 4-in-10 carry personal debt (besides a mortgage - 42%). Close to half have no debt (48%).
Two thirds (62%) approve of Bill C-377, the legislation which requires unions to disclose expenditures and salaries.
Exactly equal proportions, one third each, will vote for the New Democrats or the Conservatives (32% each) if a federal election were held today.
The plurality, close to one half, preferred the Liberal’s proposal for an income-tested child care benefit (47%),
The majority (53%) say they are likely to switch their vote to support a politician or party which promises to legalize marijuana, and fully one third are “very likely” (34%).
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