Toronto Press Releases & Articles


Progressive Conservatives projected to win the Ontario provincial election

| Filed under: Ontario, Toronto

Toronto, June 1st, 2022 – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ on June 1st of 1032 eligible Ontario voters, amongst those decided and leaning, 40.3% say they support the Progressive Conservatives (PCs). 24.5% of voters say they support the Liberals, 23.2% support the New Democratic Party (NDP), 6.5% support the Greens, and 5.5% support another party.

Former 2018 swing ridings expected to go to PCs and Liberals

| Filed under: Ontario, Toronto

Amongst those decided and leaning, current seat projections suggest PCs are on track to secure three new seats, all from the NDP, and maintain one current seat. The Liberals are expected to claim two seats from the Conservatives and maintain two seats. None of the eight swing ridings are expected to go to the NDP.

Progressive Conservatives hold lead in the GTA similar to the rest of Ontario

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Toronto, May 5th, 2022 – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ on May 4th of 1541 eligible GTA voters, amongst those decided and leaning, 38% say they support the Progressive Conservatives (PCs), 31% say they support the Liberals, 25% support the New Democratic Party (NDP), 3% support the Greens, and 4% support another party.

Liberals Maintain a Small Lead in Neck and Neck Federal Election Among Voters in the GTA

| Filed under: National, Toronto

Toronto, Sept 11th, 2021 – In the first poll conducted following the federal election English debate by Forum Research among GTA voters, 39% of decided / leaning voters would vote Liberal, followed by Conservatives (33%), NDP (15%), People’s Party of Canada (10%), and Green 3%, if the election were held today. This is in contrast to the results of the same poll at the federal level, where Conservatives enjoy a slight edge at 31% compared to Liberals at 28%.

Tories and Liberals Neck and Neck in Federal Election Among Voters in the GTA

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In a random sampling of public opinion conducted by Forum Research among 503 GTA voters, 36% of decided / leaning voters would vote Liberal, followed by Conservatives (35%) and NDP (17%), if the election were held today.

Fortress Toronto Remains Solidly Behind Trudeau

| Filed under: National, Toronto

Toronto, September 27th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1059 Toronto voters, amongst those decided and leaning, half (50%) say they would support the Liberals if the election were held today. A quarter (26%) say they would support the Conservatives.

The Majority of Torontonians Say a Handgun Ban Will Reduce Shootings by Gangs

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Toronto, July 10th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1143 Toronto voters, the majority (62%) say that a ban on handguns will reduce the number of shootings committed by gangs in Toronto and four-in-ten (38%) say a ban will not..

Support for Sidewalk Toronto Mixed

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Toronto, July 9th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1143 Torontonians, 4-in-10 (TOP2: 38%) are confident they can describe the details of Sidewalk Toronto, the neighborhood development project undertaken by a subsidiary of Google, with one-tenth (13%) saying they could very confidently describe it.

Two-Thirds Don’t Think Toronto is Serious About Congestion

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Toronto, July 10th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1143 Toronto voters, two-thirds (BTM2: 62%) say the City of Toronto isn’t serious about trying to reduce traffic congestion in the city, with 4 in 10 (38%) saying they aren’t taking it seriously at all.

The Plurality See No Change in Quality of Representation at City Hall

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Toronto, July 9th – In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among 1143 Toronto voters, four-in-ten (42%) say the quality of representation at City Hall did not change since the size of council was altered.