The plurality, close to 4-in-10, approve of single game betting (as opposed to three game betting allowed now - 37%).
One half of Mississauga residents approve of the plan to split from Peel (52%), while one quarter disagree (25%).
The Progressive Conservatives will take more than half the vote (52%), while the NDP (21%) and the Liberals (18%) will split most of the balance.
Almost all characterize Toronto’s homes as not affordable (89%), and 4-in-10 describe them as “not at all affordable” (41%).
The ranked ballot electoral system is strongly preferred to the current first past the post system when the two are directly compared (46% to 29%).
The majority support the Black Lives Matter movement (55%), and 3-in-10 support it “very strongly” (29%)
One third have used the Uber ride-sharing app (32%).
As many as 7-in-10 approve of the job John Tory is doing as mayor (71%).
Tim Horton’s is seen to have the best customer satisfaction among Canada’s leading coffee shops.
Just more than one half will vote Liberal if the federal election were held today (51%), while just more than a quarter will vote Conservative (28%) and about one tenth will vote NDP (12%).
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