EKOS Research

Canadians are telling their government—do whatever it takes to make it right

Michael Valpy and Frank Graves: What we are witnessing from Canadians is seismic shift in collective behaviour, leading to a fundamental transformation of the role of the state and a re-balancing of societal power

The blackface photos jolted voters, but maybe only temporarily

In a new poll, Ekos finds the Liberals at first lost a lot of votes, then started to gradually gain them back

A woman and child being led to a police car

Why race and immigration are a gathering storm in Canadian politics

Terry Glavin: Fears of a surge in anti-immigrant attitude and bigotry are misplaced. The real problem is that such sentiment has consolidated around one political party—the Tories

Numbers over narrative: The truth about Oct. 19

The niqab issue may not have sunk the NDP in Quebec, and voters didn’t abandon Stephen Harper. Pollsters sift through the data for nuggets of election truth


Harper’s recovery?

The economy’s looking up, and so is the PM’s approval rating