The Democracy Institute releases, "Canada & the World 2015,
" a poll of Canadian voter attitudes towards national security, foreign policy leadership, the TPP, President Obama, and Canada-US relations.
Washington DC (16 Oct 2015) – Four days before Election Day in Canada, the Liberals and the Conservatives are virtually tied in voter support, according to a survey, Canada & the World 2015, conducted 13-15 October by the Democracy Institute, a politically independent think tank. Justin Trudeau’s Liberals are currently favoured by 34.4 percent of decided voters, with Stephen Harper’s Conservatives backed by 33.6 percent. Tom Mulcair’s New Democratic Party has the support of 25 percent of decided voters, while Gilles Duceppe’s Bloc Québécois and Elizabeth May’s Greens are nationally the choice of 5 percent and 2 percent of voters, respectively. Download the PDF files below or Go to blog posting to read the full report
13 April 2015 On Canadian radio, Patrick Basham analyzes Hillary Clinton's presidential prospects, as well as the growing possibility
that Western nations will provide Ukraine with non-combat assistance in its battle with pro-Russian separatists