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Libertarianism: How Canadians in the 1980s Saw Personal Autonomy

The 1980s are an interesting decade. Baby Boomers entered the workforce, got married and had kids. The decade began with the Cold...

[CORA Archive] Waning support for capital punishment

Capital punishment has not been a feature of the Canadian justice system for some time. A a moratorium was instituted in 1967 and the...

[CORA Archive] Are you a feminist?

With Merriam-Webster naming "feminism" the word of the year, we look back into the Canadian Opinion Research Archive to show the extent to which Canadians...

Prostitution: A Tale of Permissiveness or Understanding

When Canadians were asked about prostitution 17 years ago, the clear position of a majority was that prostitution should be illegal. Notably, this position...

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The 2021 Federal Election: A Tale of the Election Polls

Although we do not have data going back before the 2019 federal election from the Public Polls...

2021 in the Polls

The public polls in 2020 were overwhelming driven by the pandemic. It seemed that virtually everything was...

Support Strong for Federal Pandemic Spending

Even after being reminded that the government has already spent $350 billion on the pandemic, support remains...

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The Robots are Coming, the Robots are Coming

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