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Daily Tracking: September 10, 2021




This survey was conducted using High Definition Interactive Voice Response (HD-IVR™) technology, which allows respondents to enter their preferences by punching the keypad on their phone, rather than telling them to an operator. In an effort to reduce the coverage bias of landline only RDD, we created a dual landline/cell phone RDD sampling frame for this research. As a result, we are able to reach those with a landline and cell phone, as well as cell phone only households and landline only households.

The field dates for this survey are September 7-9, 2021. In total, a random sample of 1,303 Canadians aged 18 and over responded to the survey. The margin of error associated with the total sample is +/- 2.7 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.

Please note that the margin of error increases when the results are sub-divided (i.e., error margins for sub-groups such as region, sex, age, education). All the data have been statistically weighted by age, gender, and region to ensure the sample’s composition reflects that of the actual population of Canada according to Census data.

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Please click here for a copy of the data tables.

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13 comments to Daily Tracking: September 10, 2021

  • Andrew

    46% support in Atlantic for conservatives? Really? I wonder how many seats you project for atlantic cpc votes? The cpc uptick for conservatives in QC makes sense as their premier prefers them.

  • Joseph

    I cannot access the content for the data tables or questionnaire: it 404’s.

  • Frank

    Why do you exclude SK and MB – we would like to count in this too

  • Don Nagy

    Glad to see Alantic Canada come to their senses, lets hope Quebec and Ontario do the same.

  • Warren

    I cannot believe 46% for the Conservatives in the Atlantic Provinces either. and 12% for the PPC seems quite high; I would have thought PPC votes would come from the Conservative Basket.

    • Ryan

      I’m a card carrying Conservative who voted Liberal in 2015, Green in 2019, and People’s Party in advance polls this time around. Its not very useful to try to frame where the votes are coming from, as it’s never simple when voters like me really fuck with some heads lol. I say PPC are eating up the old Green voters where the green party has effectively given up

    • Jeff McIntyre

      PPC are are the only anti-lockdown and anti-covid hysteria party. And as Justin gets more looney regarding covid, and CPC isn’t really standing up to that, explains PPC’s jump in popularity. Many people are like me this election, one issue voter, covid policy. And the only party that reflects our views is PPC.

  • Cindy

    I voted Liberal in 2015, and NDP in 2019, now I’ve just voted PPC…..feels good!

  • jack reynolds

    The INCREASE that I found most interesting was the PPC VOTER INTENTION in Ontario and Quebec due to the size of the populations there and also that among young, working class and college educated Men categories.

  • Lib,cons, ndp and green are swithching to #VoteCORMIER in #EtobicokeCentre, Ont.

  • Jeff McIntyre

    PPC are are the only anti-lockdown and anti-covid hysteria party. And as Justin gets more looney regarding covid, and CPC isn’t really standing up to that, explains PPC’s jump in popularity. Many people are like me this election, one issue voter, covid policy. And the only party that reflects our views is PPC.

    • Amanda McKay

      Thankfully there’s still a lot of people who believe in science and are sick and tired of people that think their freedom to spread the virus is more important then others freedom to live and breathe. My only issue with vaccine passports is that they didn’t start them sooner.

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