Press Releases & Articles


Donald Trump Approval Down

| Filed under: National

Toronto, September 21st – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ amongst 1350 Canadian voters, more than seven in ten (72%) say they disapprove of Donald Trump, up seven points since March (March 24th: 65%).

More than Half Are Concerned About Prime Increase

| Filed under: National

Toronto, September 18th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ amongst 1350 Canadian voters, more than half (BTM2: 51%) say that they are at least somewhat concerned by the recent increase in the prime interest rate by the Bank of Canada.

Fall Blues for Trudeau

| Filed under: National

Toronto, September 21st – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ amongst 1350 Canadian voters, amongst those decided and leaning, if an election were held today, almost four in ten (39%) say they would support the Conservatives, with more than a third (35%) saying they would support the Liberals.

Almost One-Sixth Unaware of NDP Leadership Race

| Filed under: National

Toronto, September 21st – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ amongst 1350 Canadian voters, almost half (48%) say they are not at all closely following the NDP Leadership campaign, while almost one-sixth (14%) say they did not know that the Federal NDP were having a leadership race.

PC Lead Holds Steady in Toronto

| Filed under: Ontario, Toronto

Toronto, September 11th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 658 Toronto voters, amongst those decided and leaning, just under 4 in 10 (38%) say they would support the Progressive Conservatives, while just under a third (30%) say they would support the Liberals...

Ford Announcement: No Effect on Tory Support

| Filed under: Toronto

In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 658 Toronto voters after Doug Ford’s mayoral race intention announcement, amongst those decided and leaning, in a head’s up race between only John Tory and Doug Ford, Tory maintains the lead over his now declared competitor with the support of about two thirds (64%) of voters.

Overall, Ontarians Feel New Far North Ridings Will Benefit Indigenous Peoples

| Filed under: Ontario

Toronto, August 29th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 981 Ontario voters, four in ten (40%) say that the two new ridings in Ontario’s far north will increase the amount of indigenous candidates that run for provincial political office. One-quarter (24%) say that the number of indigenous candidates will remain the same, but only (4%) say the number of indigenous candidates will decrease.

PCs Lead, Despite Perceived Controversies

| Filed under: Ontario

Toronto, August 29th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 981 Ontario voters, four in ten (40%) say that if an election were held today, they would support the Ontario PCs. Just over a quarter (27%) say they would support the NDP, and a quarter (25%) say they would support the Liberals. Few (6%) say they would support the Green party, while (2%) say they would support another party.

Majority Thinks America Gets Best Result from NAFTA

| Filed under: National

Toronto, August 28th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ amongst 1150 Canadian voters, about half (51%) think that the United States will get the best result from the renegotiations of NAFTA. Just under two in ten (17%) say Canada will emerge with the best results, and a small proportion say (4%) it will be Mexico.

Summer is Ebbing, but the Federal Liberal Lead is Not

| Filed under: National

Toronto, August 24th– In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ amongst 1150 Canadian voters, amongst those decided and leaning, if an election were held today, four in ten (42%) say they would support the Liberals. More than a third (35%) say they would support the Conservatives, and just over one in ten (14%) say they would support the NDP.