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Vancouver, B.C. – June 27, 2018 Peter ter Weeme, Executive Vice President, Purpose and Brand Citizenship for Elevator Strategy, joins the Business in Vancouver (BIV) podcast to discuss some surprising findings from a Justason Market Intelligence survey about employment satisfaction among millennials in Metro Vancouver. Peter’s interview begins at 12:00. View

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Vancouver B.C. (June 2018)

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How millennials are employed

Six-in-ten Metro Vancouver millennials are employed full-time (62%). A further 21 percent have part-time employment. Thirteen percent are engaged in contract, freelance or casual work. A further eight percent are seeking work (unemployed). Sixteen percent of

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Vancouver B.C. (21 June 2018)

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TOP CONCERN FOR THE REGION: HOUSING

A May 2018 survey of Metro Vancouver millennials conducted by Justason Market Intelligence and sponsored by Elevator Strategy finds access to housing is a key priority for millennials—84 percent consider housing a “need-to-have” priority, a sentiment universally held across all groups

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Vancouver B.C. (19 June 2018)

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POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT

Three-quarters (76%) of Metro Vancouver millennials (a group aged 18-39 years) say they voted in at least one of the most recent federal, provincial, or municipal elections. Participation in provincial and federal voting is highest (66%

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HEALTH SERVICES PRIORITIES

For a strong majority of Metro Vancouver Millennials, access to public healthcare is important (88% “need to have”). Access to mental health services is a priority for more than half of millennials (57%). Access to private and alternative healthcare

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Vancouver, B.C. – June 13, 2018 Peter ter Weeme, Executive Vice President, Purpose and Brand Citizenship for Elevator Strategy was a guest on CKNW’s The Simi Sara Show discussing their recent survey of Metro Vancouver millennials conducted by Justason Market Intelligence. Here is that interview. View data tables here.


About the survey

These are selected results of

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Elevate Millennials survey sponsored by Elevator Strategy captures a broad range of millennials’ thoughts on housing, mental health and personal finance

Vancouver, B.C. – June 11, 2018 – Homes. Health. Happiness. These three key elements of personal success and community wellbeing are just a sampling of what’s on the minds of Metro Vancouver millennials every day. According to Elevate Millennials, a recent survey of millennials –

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Vancouver B.C. (31 August 2017) The by-election race for Vancouver’s vacant City Council seat is the Greens’ to lose. And lose they may to the Non-Partisan Association or Vision Vancouver, despite both being well back in the poll. NPA support is composed largely of older voters who are more likely to cast a ballot. Vision is well known for its organized get-out-the-vote volunteers, a consistent advantage

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Vancouver B.C. (1 August 2017) Just over half of Vancouverites (54%) have been affected in some way by British Columbia’s wildfires according to a Justason Market Intelligence poll conducted in late July. Forty-six (46%) of City residents have not been affected. East Side residents are significantly more likely than West Side residents to have been affected by the wildfires (61% vs. 47%). Air quality concerns prevail among the plurality

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Vancouver B.C. (28 July 2017) The Green Party or Non-Partisan Association (NPA) are poised to pick up a seat in this fall’s by-election to fill the Vancouver City Council seat vacated by Geoff Meggs, who is now Premier John Horgan’s chief of staff. If the by-election were held today, just 17% of decided by-election voters would support a Vision Vancouver candidate, while the Green Party and NPA

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Vancouver B.C. (26 July 2017) Vancouver residents are divided when it comes short-term rentals (STRs) on platforms like Airbnb. Residents’ are just as ambivalent when it comes to the recently approved STR regulations. With a view to offering 1,000 additional long-term rental units for local residents, Vancouver City Council has approved a regulatory framework that would prohibit STRs (aka home sharing) in secondary suites, laneway homes, and investment properties. Assuming

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Vancouver B.C. (7 May 2017) – This race appears to be too close to call. In the final BC election poll in the Justason / zinc tank experiment, we find the B.C. Liberals either two points ahead or two points behind the BC NDP. The exception would be our telephone surveying, completed May 1 and 2, which finds the BC Liberals leading. Relying on our mixed mode methodology, which combines online and automatic telephone interviewing, BC Liberal support

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Vancouver B.C. (5 May 2017) – When pollsters aren’t running polls, there’s a good chance they’re geeking out. About polling. On Tuesday, May 9, we will know the result of the BC Provincial Election. During this campaign period, experimenting with an online data collection platform (see previous posts), and now IVR, Justason Market Intelligence and zinc tank have teamed up to offer our insights on B.C.’s general election.  Brian Singh, zinc

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Vancouver B.C. (5 May 2017) – Yesterday, we reported that the BC Liberals appear to have secured a lead in the race to form the next provincial government. In that poll, the BC Liberals were the choice of 39% of decided voters; the BC NDP held 34% and the BC Greens, 23%. How confident are we that this will be the popular outcome? We are confident that we captured public

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Vancouver B.C. (4 May 2017) – The BC Liberals are leading among B.C.’s decided voters according to the latest polling from Justason Market Intelligence and zinc tank. (Polling this wave was mixed mode, combining online and telephone interviewing.) BC Liberals are up a point (to 39%) since late April, while NDP support has declined three points (to 34%). Over the same period, BC Green support has grown to 23%.

WILL THE

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Vancouver B.C. (1 May 2017) – Our neighbours support the BC NDP by an edge BC voters tell pollsters. The pollsters asked B.C. residents, “With the provincial election on May 9, 2017, thinking of your neighbours, which party do you think they will vote for?” Perhaps reacting to a well covered Mainstreet Research poll reporting a substantial lead for the BC NDP, somewhat more voters now tell pollsters they believe their neighbours support the BC NDP. BC Liberals

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Vancouver B.C. (30 Apr 2017) – This election is now firmly in too-close-to-call territory. Just one week after our last poll, an already close race is even closer, pollsters at Justason Market Intelligence / zinc tank find. The BC Liberals have closed the province-wide gap with the BC NDP (from 3 points favouring NDP to 1 point favouring Liberals). BC NDP now garners support from 37% of B.C.’s decided voters. The BC Liberals, meanwhile, continue to attract solid support, up

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Kamloops B.C. (28 Apr 2017, 10 a.m.) – The Kamloops Voter Society (KVS) retained Justason Market Intelligence Inc. (JMI) to conduct an election poll for the Kamloops-North Thompson Riding. This survey was conducted between April 21 and 24th 2017, and provides a snapshot of voter preference in the riding at that time. The KVS believes in the importance of all citizens participating in the electoral process. Democracy is

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Vancouver B.C. (27 Apr 2017) – BC voters think their neighbours are more inclined to vote BC Liberal than they are, according to the latest poll from Justason Market Intelligence / zinc tank. Forty-two percent (42%) of decided voters told pollsters their neighbours will support the BC Liberals. By comparison, 36% will, themselves, support the BC Liberals, a meaningful six-percentage point gap. This gap widens among voters under 55 years and among men. On the other hand,

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Vancouver B.C. (24 Apr 2017) – The BC NDP are directionally ahead of the BC Liberals, in a poll of BC voters completed late last week. Currently, support for the BC NDP stands at 39% of decided voters, while the BC Liberals are only marginally behind at 36%. Well back, but with a comparatively strong showing, one-in-five decided voters (19%) support the BC Greens. Do these findings point to a potential BC NDP government? Not necessarily. BC

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