About EKOS Politics

We launched this website in order to showcase our election research, and our suite of polling technologies including Probit and IVR. We will be updating this site frequently with new polls, analysis and insight into Canadian politics. EKOS's experience, knowledge and sophisticated research designs have contributed positively to many previous elections.

Other EKOS Products

In addition to current political analysis, EKOS also makes available to the public general research of interest, including research in evaluation, general public domain research, as well as a full history of EKOS press releases.

Citizenology: Towards a New Vision of Public Opinion Research

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The following presentation was delivered by Frank Graves to the Community of Practice for Public Opinion Research on January 17, 2017.

Please click here for a PDF copy of this presentation.

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The Public Outlook on Electoral Reform

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What do Canadians want?

The following presentation was delivered by Frank Graves to #ERRE, a conference on electoral reform at the University of Ottawa on November 3, 2016.

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The Public Outlook on Electoral Reform

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What do Canadians want?

The following presentation was delivered by Frank Graves to the Special Committee on Electoral Reform on October 20, 2016.

Please click here for a PDF copy of this presentation.

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A video of this presentation (as well as the Q&A period) can be found here.

Please click here for a copy of the questionnaire used to conduct this survey.

Please click here for the data tables for this survey.

Shifting Public Outlook

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RETHINKING SOCIAL CANADA

The following presentation was delivered by Frank Graves to the 2016 Queen’s International Institute on Social Policy held from August 22-24, 2016 in Kingston, Ontario.

The conference was hosted by the Queen’s University School of Policy Studies:

“Canada has entered a new period of social policy interest at both the federal and provincial levels, with significant resources committed to social policy renewal. Given this new phase of policy action, it is time to stand back and reflect on the changes underway in Canadian society, the priority challenges facing us, and our capacity to develop… [More...]

An Outsider’s Perspective

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PROSPECTS FOR THE GREEN PARTY OF THE FUTURE

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The following presentation was delivered by Frank Graves to the Green Party of Canada at its 2016 Convention in Ottawa on August 6, 2016.

For more information about the conference, please visit the Green Party of Canada’s website.

Click here for a PDF version of this presentation: An Outsider’s Perspective: Prospects for the Green Party of Canada (August 6, 2016)

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The 42nd Election: A Polling Retrospective

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By Frank Graves

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The following presentation was delivered to the Forum on Public Opinion Polls from the 2015 Federal Election hosted by the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association (MRIA) on November 26, 2015.

For more information about about the MRIA, please visit their website: http://mria-arim.ca/

The data presented here is drawn from a post-election survey conducted using High Definition Interactive Voice Response (HD-IVR™) technology. The field dates for this survey are October 20-23, 2015. In total, a random sample of 1,973 Canadian adults aged 18 and… [More...]

Rethinking the Public Interest: Evolving Trends in Values and Attitudes

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By Frank Graves

[Ottawa – October 2, 2014] Influential thinkers, organizers, policy developers and business leaders have gathered to discuss what we can accomplish as a nation at this year’s Canada 2020 conference. To open the conference, Frank Graves presents brand new public opinion data on the major policy challenges facing Canada.

Click here for the full story of how evolving trends in values and attitudes are causing our political leaders to rethink the public interest: Public Record – Canada 2020 conference – Polling Presentation (October 2, 2014)

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How Changing Values, Demographics, and Economic Context are Reshaping Canada

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Implications for the Future

On May 1-3, 2013, Newspapers Canada partnered with the Canadian Association of Journalists to host the INK+BEYOND newspaper conference at the Westin Hotel in Ottawa. The following presentation was delivered by Frank Graves on May 3, 2013.

Session summaries, photos and more highlights from Canada’s 94th annual national conference are available at Newspapers Canada’s website.

Please click here for a PDF copy of this presentation.

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