Elections - 2004
November 8, 2004
 

U.S. Election

  A BDO Dunwoody/Chamber Weekly CEO/Business Leader Poll by COMPAS in the Financial Post
 
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November 8, 2004
 

2004 Alberta Election: Klein Ever Popular, NDP Rises at Expense of Liberals

  A COMPAS Report for the Calgary Herald
 
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November 1, 2004
 

Alberta Election, Transfer Payments

  A BDO Dunwoody/Chamber Weekly CEO/Business Leader Poll by COMPAS in the Financial Post
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
October 18, 2004
 

Presidential Candidates and Access to the US Market

  A BDO Dunwoody/Chamber Weekly CEO/Business Leader Poll by COMPAS in the Financial Post
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
 
Business and Finance
June 29, 2004
 

The Global TV Election Day Poll: Part 2 - Election Day Poll vs. Results

   
 
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June 28, 2004
 

The Global TV Election Day Poll: One-Fourth of Voters Decided their Vote in the Last 24 Hours, Favouring the Liberals Last Moment Decisions, Low Party Loyalty, a Jump in Uncertainty about Which Leader to Trust, No Change in the Issues, Hints that Child Porn May Have Stalled the CPC Campaign and given Liberals an Edge

   
 
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June 28, 2004
 

The Global TV Election Day Poll: One-Fourth of Voters Decided their Vote in the Last 24 Hours, Favouring the Liberals Last Moment Decisions, Low Party Loyalty, a Jump in Uncertainty about Which Leader to Trust, No Change in the Issues, Hints that Child Porn May Have Stalled the CPC Campaign and given Liberals an Edge

   
 
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June 25, 2004
 

Dead Heat: Liberals and Conservatives Statistically Tied

  A COMPAS Poll for the for the National Post, Global TV, and CNS
 
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June 23, 2004
 

The Gender Gap, Social Values, Life Cycle, and the Conservative Vote

  A COMPAS Background Essay on the Campaign
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 21, 2004
 

Business Leaders Favour Conservative Majority as Best for the Economy, Liberal Minority Seen as having Negative Effects on the Economy

  A BDO Dunwoody/Chamber Weekly CEO/Business Leader Poll by COMPAS in the Financial Post
 
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Consumer and Lifestyle
Business and Finance
June 17, 2004
 

June 2004 Federal Debate Major Win for Duceppe, Slim Win for Harper Loss for Layton

  A COMPAS Poll for the for the National Post, Global TV, and CNS
 
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June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Vancouver South

  Liberal Dosanjh Set for Landslide, Outperforming Party Despite Perceived Minuses in his Work History
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Toronto-Danforth

  NDP Landslide: Layton’s Strength Overpowers Liberals’ Weakness
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Surrey North

  Constituency-Man Cadman Poised for Landslide: Defeated for the CPC Nomination, the Incumbent M.P., Now an Independent, Outpolls His Victor 3:1
 
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June 11, 2004
 

COMPAS Proprietary Candidate Electability Traction Scores (CETS, pronounced “seats”)

  An Appendix to the 12 COMPAS/ National Post/ Global Television/ CanWest Riding Studies
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Palliser

  Tight Race: Incumbent Proctor Threatened by Conservative Strengths and NDP Weaknesses
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Ottawa Centre

  NDP Landslide: Broadbent Nostalgia and Lib-Con Support
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Newmarket-Aurora

  Conservative Landslide in Party Polarized Riding: Anti-Liberal Sentiment Drives Conservative Support
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Laval

  Bloc Victory Expresses Anti-Liberal, Not Anti-Canada, Protest
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Kings-Hants

  Favourite Son: Scott Brison’s Personal Popularity and Local Liberal Strength Help Overcome Some Misgivings about Gay Marriage
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Essex

  Conservative Candidate Poised to Win, Outperforming Own Party
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Edmonton Centre

  McLellan’s Seat Too Close to Call: High-Profile Minister at Risk of Losing Alberta Seat—McLellan Displays Strength as Candidate in face of Liberal Unpopularity
 
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June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Calgary South Centre

  Joe Clark’s Condemnation of New Conservative Party Earns Polite Agreement But Is Ignored - Clark Earns Lacklustre Rating as M.P.
 
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Policy and Opinion
   
June 11, 2004
 

Riding Studies - Argenteuil-Mirabel

  Bloc to Sweep in Argenteuil-Mirabel in an Election Polarized Over Parties and Sovereignty
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
June 3, 2004
 

Protestant Evangelicals in Politics: Who They Are and Why Criticizing Them May Not Be a Winning Strategy

  A COMPAS Background Essay on the Campaign
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
May 31, 2004
 

The Next Federal Mandate: Leaders of Canada’s MidCaps Speak on the Priorities for Action After the June 28th Election

  From the Roynat/COMPAS Survey in the Financial Post (June 14, 2004)
 
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Consumer and Lifestyle
Business and Finance
May 31, 2004
 

The Federal Election: Harper Scores Highest for Trustworthiness

  A BDO Dunwoody/Chamber Weekly CEO/Business Leader Poll by COMPAS in the Financial Post
 
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May 20, 2004
 

Two-Part Canadian National Election Poll

  Part 2: Leaders, Credibility, and Public Policy
COMPAS Poll for the National Post, Global, and CanWest Daily Newspapers
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
May 20, 2004
 

Two-Part Canadian National Election Poll

  Part 1: Campaign Dynamics and Issue Ballots
COMPAS Poll for the National Post, Global, and CanWest Daily Newspapers
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
May 3, 2004
 

Federal Election: Martin Support Strong But Parliamentary Majority Not Guaranteed, Adscam Off the Radar, Bloc Powerful, B.C. in 3-Way Contest

  A COMPAS/National Post Poll
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
April 12, 2004
 

Canada - US Relations

  BDO Dunwoody/Chamber Weekly CEO/Business Leader Poll by COMPAS in the Financial Post
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
 
Business and Finance
April 5, 2004
 

Political Donations - The Rise of Ethical Concerns and “Parking” Hearts and Wallets with Ralph Klein

  Chamber Weekly CEO/Business Leader Poll by COMPAS in the Financial Post
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
March 12, 2004
 

Birth of a Party - Part 2 of 2 : The Leadership Race in the Federal Conservative Party

  COMPAS/National Post/Global Television/CNS Poll
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
March 12, 2004
 

Birth of a Party - Part 1 of 2 : Provenance and Beliefs of Federal Conservative Party Members

  COMPAS/National Post/Global Television/CNS Poll
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
February 13, 2004
 

Anti-Liberal Sentiment Growing: Public Does Not Believe Finance Minister Martin Did Not Know about Sponsorship Program Misspending

  A COMPAS/National Post Poll
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion
   
January 30, 2004
 

Federal Vote Intentions Unchanged: Liberals Retain Huge Lead, NDP Inching Up, Conservatives Retain Alberta Bastion, Liberals and Bloc in Tight Quebec Race

  A COMPAS/National Post Poll
 
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January 21, 2004
 

Tumult among Hamilton East-Stony Creek Liberals: Copps Wins Large Share of the Hearts of Loyalist Liberals

  A COMPAS/National Post Poll
 
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Elections
Policy and Opinion