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Ipsos Canada Election Day Polls

Ipsos Canada Election Day Surveys offer significant insight into the Canadians' attitudes toward their political parties and leaders on election day. The invitation polls and exit polls contained in this series provide crucial information on voting preferences and actions, perceptions on leaders' strengths and weakness, and opinions on key issues and current events of the day.

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.

2014 Ontario Provincial Election Invitation Survey

This study is invitation survey of the 41st Ontario General Election. An online survey tool was used to examine voter attitudes and preferences between June 9-12, 2014. Respondents provide information regarding government and party leader preferences, voting intentions, and election predictions. Through a series of questions, respondents were also asked about the state of the Canadian health system and also on the sectors of the economy in which government should invest. This study has a sample of 11,448 respondents.

2014 Ontario General Election Exit Survey

This study is an exit survey of the 41st Ontario General Election, held on June 12, 2014. An online survey tool was used to examine voter attitudes and preferences in the 41st 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. Respondents were also queried on preferences for potential coalition government outcomes and budget spending. This study has a sample of 8,208 respondents.

2014 Ontario Provincial Election Call Poll

The Ipsos Canada 2014 Ontario Provincial Election Call Poll is an online survey held between June 6-11, 2014, during the 41st Ontario General Election. An online survey tool was used to examine voter attitudes and preferences in the 41st Ontario general election. Respondents provide information regarding government and party leader preferences, vote intention, and their predicted election results. This study has a sample of 1,991 respondents.

2015 Canada General Election Invitation Survey

This study is an Ipsos Canada invitation survey during the 42nd Canada General Election (2015), performed October 15-17, 2015. This survey examines voter attitudes and preferences leading up to the 42nd General Election. Respondents provided information regarding their voting preferences, individual party momentum during the campaign, and significant issues affecting the election. Respondents were queried on party affiliation, voting habits, and their news-reading and news-sharing habits with traditional, online, and social media. This study has a sample of 21499 respondents.

2015 Canada General Election Exit Poll

This study is an Ipsos Canada exit survey during the 42nd Canada General Election, on October 19, 2015. This survey examines voter attitudes and preferences at the time of the 42nd General Election. Respondents were queried on their voting preferences, feelings toward minority and coalition government, issues affecting their vote, and opinions on party leaders and democratic reform. Respondents were also asked about their religious identity and practice, as well as their news-reading and news-sharing habits with traditional, online, and social media. This study has a sample of 12,137 respondents.

2015 Canada General Election Call Poll

This study is an Ipsos Canada call poll during the 42nd Canada General Election (2015), performed October 15-17, 2015. This survey examines voter attitudes and preferences leading up to the 42nd General Election. Respondents provided information regarding their voting preferences as well as the perceived leadership qualities the 3 largest federal party leaders: Stephen Harper, Justin Trudeau, and Thomas Mulcair. Respondents were queried on their news-reading and news-sharing habits with traditional, online, and social media. This study has a sample of 2503 respondents.

2015 Alberta Election Day Poll

This study is an in-campaign survey of the 29th Alberta General Election. An online survey tool as well as RDD computer-assisted telephone interviews were used to examine voter attitudes and preferences during the campaign, April 27-29, 2015; election day itself occurred on May 5, 2015. Respondents provide information regarding government and party leader preferences, voting intentions, and election predictions. Respondents were also queried on issues that had an impact on their vote and which the new government should address, the effectiveness of Jim Prentice as Premier of Alberta, and whether a majority or minority government would best serve the interests of Alberta. This study has a sample of 761 respondents: 460 through the online survey tool and 301 by telephone.

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.

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