National Press Releases & Articles


Forum Poll™ accurately predicts Newfoundland and Labrador election

| Filed under: National

Forum’s Interactive Voice Response (IVR) polling methodology again proves to be a precise tool for measuring public opinion, accurately predicting that the Liberals would form a majority government.

Liberals hold steady in Newfoundland and Labrador

| Filed under: National

Just more than one half will vote Liberal (54%), while 3-in-10 (31%) will vote for the Progressive Conservatives.

Liberals lead cut to 23 points

| Filed under: National

Just more than half will vote Liberal (52%), while about 3-in-10 will vote Progressive Conservative (29%).

One half oppose ending Syria mission, admitting refugees

| Filed under: National

One half disagree Canada should end its bombing mission against ISIS in the Mideast (51%) and an identical proportion disapprove of the federal government’s plan to settle 25,000 Syrian refugees in Canada (51%).

One quarter have had flu shot, one third to get it

| Filed under: National, Social Issues

One quarter had already received a flu shot (25%) and one third were planning to get one (33%).

Trudeau approval soars

| Filed under: National

Three weeks after the general election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s approval has soared to 6-in-10 (60%).

Majority approve of legalized, regulated, taxed cannabis

| Filed under: National, Social Issues

The majority, close to 6-in-10, approve of the Liberal government's promise to legalize, tax and regulate marijuana (59%).

Liberals with 44 point lead

| Filed under: National

The Liberals have triple the vote share (65%) of the incumbent Progressive Conservatives (21%) and a seemingly insurmountable lead.

Forum Poll accurately predicts riding-by-riding election outcomes

| Filed under: National

In Forum’s final polls in 21 ridings, 15 of 21 identified the winning candidate, for a correct prediction rate of 71%.

Post-Election Poll: Voters wanted change

| Filed under: National

The single most common issue mentioned as having an effect on their vote is the “need for change in Ottawa”, cited by 3-in-10 (28%).