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Canada Vote Intention Survey, Wave 554 (September 25-27, 2015)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of September 25-27, 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 in this wave were specifically asked their feelings toward religious accommodation during Canadian citizenship ceremonies..
This survey has a sample of 1354 respondents.

Vote Intention Survey Wave 376 (February 18-21, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of February 18-21, 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.

Canada Vote Intention Survey, Wave 555 (October 2-4, 2015)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of October 2-4, 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 in this wave were specifically asked their feelings toward various forms of coalition government.
This survey has a sample of 1441 respondents.

Canada Vote Intention Survey, Wave 556 (October 9-11, 2015)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of October 9-11, 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 in this wave were specifically asked a series of questions on barbaric cultural practices.
This survey has a sample of 1349 respondents.

Vote Intention Survey Wave 378 (March 16-18, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of March 16-18, 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 1001 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 379 (April 6-8, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of April 6-8, 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 380 (April 20-22, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of April 20-22, 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 381 (May 4-6, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of May 4-6, 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 383 (June 8-10, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of June 8-10, 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 1009 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 385 (July 6-8, 2010)

The Ipsos Canada Voter Intention Survey of July 6-8, 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.

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