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Ipsos Canada Public Affairs Data Collection
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2008 Canada General Election Exit Survey

This study is an Ipsos Canada exit survey of the 40th Canada General Election, performed on October 14, 2008. An online survey tool was used to examine voter attitudes and preferences in the 40th Canada General Election. Respondents provided information regarding their government and party leader preferences as well as priorities for the next government. Respondents were also asked specific questions on minority and coalition governments; the leadership of the Liberal Party, Stephen Harper, and issues that affected their decision to vote the way they did. This study has a sample of 36,141 respondents.

2009 End of Year Poll

The 2009 Ipsos Canada End of Year Poll queries Canadians on issues and events that affected their lives in 2009, as well as their feelings on the next year. Respondents are asked for their opinions on Canadian politics, the nation's military presence in Afghanistan, their economic well-being and job status, as well as their feelings on the biggest news story and newsmaker of 2009. 1038 respondents from across the nation contributed to the 2009 End of Year Poll.

2011 Canada General Election Exit Survey

This study is an Ipsos Canada exit survey of the 41st Canada General Election, performed on May 2, 2011. An online survey tool was used to examine voter attitudes and preferences in the 41st Canada General Election. Respondents provided information regarding their government and party leader preferences as well as priorities for the next government. Respondents were als asked specific questions on minority and coalition governments; support for a merger of the Liberal Party and the NDP; as well as their opinions on the long-gun registry, the death penalty, same-sex marriage, and proportional representation. As well, respondents were queried on their news-reading and news-sharing habits with traditional, online, and social media. This study has a sample of 39,261 respondents.

2011 Canada General Election Invitation Survey

This study is an Ipsos Canada Invitation Survey prior to the 41st Canadian General Election. The Invitation Survey was performed April 28 - May 2, 2011, leading to the election and Ipsos election day survey on May 2, 2011. An online survey tool was used to examine voter intentions and opinions prior to the 41st Canadian general election. Respondents provided information regarding government and party leader preferences, as well as opinions on potential minority or coalition government scenarios. Respondents were asked to consider their personal financial situation and potential change in the next year, as well as policy priorities for the next government. Respondents were also asked a series of questions on the Canadian Forces, Post Trauma Syndrome (PTS), and mental health. This study has a sample of 50,433 respondents.

2011 End of Year Poll

The 2011 Ipsos Canada End of Year Poll queries Canadians on issues and events that affected their lives in 2011, as well as their feelings on the next year. Respondents are asked to rate the Canadian government's actions on issues such as climate change, the armed conflict in Afghanistan, and democratic reform in the House of Commons and the Senate. They are also asked their opinions on the economic crisis in the European Union, the secularization of Christmas, trustworthiness of professions, as well as their feelings on the biggest news story and newsmaker of 2011. 1021 respondents from across the nation contributed to the 2011 End of Year Poll.

2011 Ontario General Election Exit Survey

This study is an exit poll of the 40th Ontario General Election, performed on October 6, 2011. An online survey tool was used to examine voter attitudes and preferences in the 40th Ontario general election. Respondents provide information regarding government and party leader preferences, issues that affected the election campaign, as well as priorities for the new government. This study includes tabulated aggregate statistics that analyze significant issues in the dataset against key socioeconomic characteristics. This study has a sample of 8,893 respondents.

2011 Ontario General Election Invitation Survey

This study is an Ipsos invitation survey for the exit poll of the 40th Ontario General Election, held on performed on October 6, 2011; An online survey tool was used to examine voter attitudes and preferences between October 3-6. prior to the voting on the 6th. Respondents provide information regarding government and party leader preferences, issues that affected the election campaign, as well as priorities for the new government. This study includes tabulated aggregate statistics that analyze significant issues in the dataset against socioeconomic and demographic characteristics. This study has a sample of 15,304 respondents.

2012 End of Year Poll

The 2012 Ipsos Canada End of Year Poll queries Canadians on issues and events that affected their lives in 2012, as well as their feelings on the next year. Respondents are asked for the opinions on a number of statements regarding Canadian politics, including the premiership of Stephen Harper, the leadership race of the Liberal Party of Canada, and the ability of Thomas Mulcair and the NDP to run the nation. Respondents are also queried on their Christmas traditions, their opinions on the biggest newsmakers and news stories of 2012, and their thoughts on how 2013 will affect their lives. 1021 respondents from across the nation contributed to the 2013 End of Year Poll.

2013 British Columbia General Election Exit Survey

This study is an exit poll of the 40th British Columbia General Election, performed on May 14, 2013. An online survey tool was used to examine voter attitudes and preferences in the 40th British Columbia general election. Respondents provide information regarding government and party leader preferences, as well as priorities for the new government. This study has a sample of 1400 respondents.

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