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Public funding: no to sports, yes to transport

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Posted on 04-25-17 at 2:31 p.m.

In a study commissioned by La Presse, CROP proceeded to probe Quebecers’ about their thoughts on the funding of various projects by the government. The study results suggested that Quebecers would rather have their public funds invested in major projects involving transports or economic development than initiatives that promote professional sports.

For the full article on La Presse, please click here (french only).

Opinion of the residents of Brossard, Saint-Bruno and Saint-Lambert regarding the agglomeration of Longueuil

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Posted on 03-17-17 at 4:02 p.m.

In March 2017, CROP conducted a telephone survey among 1,000 residents of the boroughs of Brossard, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville and Saint-Lambert about their awareness of the “On paie trop pour Longueuil” campaign. Also investigated in the survey were the residents’ perceptions of the current tax management system as well as their level of favourability toward holding a referendum with the ultimate goal of requesting the government to demerge the three boroughs from the South Shore Regional agglomeration.

For more details about this issue, click on the following hyperlinks and find out what was said in the media.

Click here for the article published in Le Courrier du Sud – La Population est derrière les maires des villes liées (available in French only)

Click here for the article published in Les Versants – Un sondage et un dernier appel au premier ministre (available in French only)

Click here for the press release – Brossard, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville et Saint-Lambert se préparent à sortir de l’agglomération de Longueuil (available in French only)

Click on this video excerpt from CTV News – South Shore mayors want out of agglomeration (available in English only)

Canadians, Populism and Xenophobia

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Posted on 03-14-17 at 11:52 a.m.

A web-based study was conducted by CROP in January and February 2017 to inquire about Canadians’ views on various issues related to the subjects of populism and xenophobia. To see some of the results and understand the different perceptions, click on the following hyperlinks and find out what was said in the media.

Click here for the article published on Radio-Canada.ca – Prêt pour un Trump canadien? (available in French only)

Click here for the article published on Radio-Canada.ca – Une majorité de Canadiens exprime des craintes face à l'immigration (available in French only)

Click here for the article published on CBC.ca – Canadians divided when it comes to immigration, poll suggests (available in English only)

The political climate in Quebec, January 2017

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Posted on 02-03-17 at 10:57 a.m.

The results of CROP’s latest monthly survey on the political climate in Quebec are hot off the press. The survey was conducted from January 11th to 16th, 2017 among 1000 panel respondents.

Click here for detailed survey results – FRENCH ONLY

By CROP

The political climate in Quebec, December 2016

Categories: CROP in the news

Posted on 12-15-16 at 3:05 p.m.

The results of CROP’s latest monthly survey on the political climate in Quebec are hot off the press. The survey was conducted from December 7th to 12th, 2016 among 1000 panel respondents.

Click here for detailed survey results – FRENCH ONLY

Click here to read the related article in La Presse - FRENCH ONLY

By CROP