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Vote Intention Survey Wave 374 (January 19-21, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of January 19-21, 2010, is one in a series of surveys held during 2008-2011 minority government of Stephen Harper, the 40th Parliament of Canada. This series queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the minority government. Respondents in this wave were asked to identify their support for major or minor federal political parties.

This survey has a sample of 1000 respondents. Its microdata file is accompanied by a suite of tabulated aggregate statistics that analyze significant issues in the dataset against its collected key socioeconomic, demographic, and geographic characteristics.

Vote Intention Survey Wave 389 (September 8-12, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of September 8-12, 2010, is one in a series of surveys held during 2008-2011 minority government of Stephen Harper, the 40th Parliament of Canada. This series queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the minority government. Respondents in this wave were asked to identify their support for major or minor federal political parties. This survey has a sample of 1000 respondents. Its microdata file is accompanied by a suite of tabulated aggregate statistics that analyze significant issues in the dataset against its collected key socioeconomic, demographic, and geographic characteristics.

Vote Intention Survey Wave 390 (September 21-23, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of September 21-23, 2010, is one in a series of surveys held during 2008-2011 minority government of Stephen Harper, the 40th Parliament of Canada. This series queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the minority government. Respondents in this wave were asked to identify their support for major or minor federal political parties. This survey has a sample of 1003 respondents. Its microdata file is accompanied by a suite of tabulated aggregate statistics that analyze significant issues in the dataset against its collected key socioeconomic, demographic, and geographic characteristics

Vote Intention Survey Wave 391 (October 5-7, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of October 5-7, 2010, is one in a series of surveys held during 2008-2011 minority government of Stephen Harper, the 40th Parliament of Canada. This series queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the minority government. Respondents in this wave were asked to identify their support for major or minor federal political parties. This survey has a sample of 1000 respondents. Its microdata file is accompanied by a suite of tabulated aggregate statistics that analyze significant issues in the dataset against its collected key socioeconomic, demographic, and geographic characteristics

Vote Intention Survey Wave 393 (November 2-4, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of September 21-23, 2010, is one in a series of surveys held during 2008-2011 minority government of Stephen Harper, the 40th Parliament of Canada. This series queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the minority government. Respondents in this wave were asked to identify their support for major or minor federal political parties.

This survey has a sample of 1000 respondents. Its microdata file is accompanied by a suite of tabulated aggregate statistics that analyze significant issues in the dataset against its collected key socioeconomic, demographic, and geographic characteristics

Canada Vote Intention Survey, Wave 545 (July 23-27, 2015)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of July 23-27, 2015 is one in a series of surveys held during the 2015 electoral campaign that queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the election. An online survey tool was used to examine Respondents' voting intentions, their feelings toward the major political parties and their leaders, and their opinions on issues that would most affect the campaign and the election. Respondents to this survey were specifically asked about the parties' proposed changes to the Universal Child Care Benefit. This survey has a sample of 2,000 respondents.

Canada Vote Intention Survey, Wave 547 (August 7-10, 2015)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of August 7-10, 2015, is one in a series of surveys held during the 2015 electoral campaign that queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the election. Both an online survey tool and random digit dial computer-assisted telephone interviews (RDD CATI) were used to examine Respondents' voting intentions, their feelings toward the major political parties and their leaders, and their opinions on issues that would most affect the campaign and the election. Respondents were specifically asked about the August 6th Leaders' Debate, its new format, and the importance of debates to campaigns.
This survey has a sample of 2,022 respondents:
Online: 1,022 interviews
RDD CATI: 1,000 interviews

Canada Vote Intention Survey, Wave 551 (September 5-7, 2015)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of September 5-7, 2015 is one in a series of surveys held during the 2015 electoral campaign that queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the election. An online survey tool was used to examine Respondents' voting intentions, their feelings toward the major political parties and their leaders, and their opinions on issues that would most affect the campaign and the election. Respondents to this survey were specifically queried on which parties would best deal with economic and fiscal issues (e.g., taxes, the economy, child care benefits, the federal budget) if elected. This survey has a sample of 949 respondents.

Canada Vote Intention Survey, Wave 552 (September 11-13, 2015)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of September 11-13, 2015, is one in a series of surveys held during the 2015 electoral campaign that queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the election. An online survey tool was used to examine Respondents’ voting intentions, their feelings toward the major political parties and their leaders, and their opinions on issues that would most affect the campaign and the election. Respondents were specifically asked how key current events (e.g, Mike Duffy ethics scandal, Syrian Refugee Crisis, ISIS and the conflict in the Middle East) would affect their vote.
This survey has a sample of 980 respondents.

Canada Vote Intention Survey, Wave 553 (September 18-20, 2015)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of September 18-20, 2015, is one in a series of surveys held during the 2015 electoral campaign that queried respondents on their voting preferences and support for parties and candidates during the election. An online survey tool was used to examine Respondents’ voting intentions, their feelings toward the major political parties and their leaders, and their opinions on issues that would most affect the campaign and the election. Respondents were specifically asked about the September 17th Leaders' Debate and which leader won, as well as their opinion on federal deficit spending for infrastructure, personal and corporate tax rates, and the importance of a balanced budget in the current economic climate.
This survey has a sample of 1103 respondents.

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