As part of its ongoing Focus Canada research, the Environics Institute partnered with the David Suzuki Foundation this fall to ask Canadians about climate change, and determine how opinions have changed or not over the past year. REPORT JUST RELEASEDSee research details
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Environics Institute launches new project on social capital in Toronto
The Institute is pleased to announce the launch of a new groundbreaking study of social capital to map the level of social trust and community engagement among Toronto residents, and provide a foundation for strengthening the social capital of the city. This project is a partnership of six city-building organizations: the City of Toronto, the Environics In...
There’s now a Canadian consensus: It’s time for action on climate change
Keith Neuman and Ian Bruce published the following op-ed in the December 3, 2014 edition of the Globe and Mail >>>>>>> As global warming emissions reach record-breaking levels, Canada’s environment minister will join world leaders in Lima, Peru, this week for the latest round of UN talks on an action plan to fight climate change. ...
Environics Institute and David Suzuki Foundation release new survey on climate change
As part of its ongoing Focus Canada public opinion research program, the Environics Institute partnered with the David Suzuki Foundation this fall to ask Canadians about the issue of climate change, to determine how perceptions have changed (or not) over the past 12 months. As the scientific evidence for global warming continues to mount, the Canadian publ...
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What’s wrong with online survey research methods?
Perhaps the most significant trend in market and public opinion research in the past decade has been the emergence of online research methods as the dominant form of survey data collection. This trend has taken for three reasons: a) to leverage the expanding array of digital... Read More
Practical advice about survey research goes video
When organizations, students and newcomers to the survey research business look for “how to” guidance, the choices are largely limited to textbooks, consultants and on-the-job experience. Now there is a new resource in the form of short practical advice videos th... Read More
2013 Survey of American Jews -- Lessons for Canada
Last fall the widely-respected US-based Pew Research Center released the results of a comprehensive survey of American Jews, which generated considerable attention in Canada as well as in the USA. The survey addresses many themes, but chief among them is how Jewish identity... Read More
AAPOR launches new initiative on survey methods
The American Association of Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) righly bills itself as the leading association of public opinion and survey research professionals. In keeping with this role, AAPOR has just announced the launch of its latest special task force initiatives, in thi... Read More
Gallup Tracks Americans: Concerned Believers and Cool Skeptics on Climate Change
By Kristen Pue INTRODUCTION Gallup recently concluded a series of public opinion reports on climate change, culminating in a final report that established three categories to articulate American public opinion about climate change. The report showed that age and political ... Read More