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By EVAN DUGGAN, Vancouver Sun (Aug 3, 2011) – A gap of only five per cent in public support separates Vancouver’s two main political parties as they count down toward a Nov. 19 election, according to recent polling.

Key findings:

  • 37 per cent of respondents said they plan to vote

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Vancouver, BC (Aug 2, 2011) – A recent survey by Justason Market Intelligence (JMI) finds that approval of the performance of Vancouver’s municipal government is showing signs of weakening. While overall approval remains relatively consistent since May, strong approval on every attribute examined has fallen. Despite an overall softening of

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Vancouver, BC (Aug 2, 2011) – Currently, just over one-half (54%) of Vancouver residents “approve” of the performance of Mayor, Gregor Robertson. This level is consistent with results in May 2011. However, strong approval has decreased five percentage points to 12%, its lowest level since tracking began a year ago. Disapproval remains statistically unchanged at 32%. However, the proportion “strongly” disapproving has grown to its

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Vancouver, BC (Aug 2, 2011) – A July survey of Vancouver residents by Justason Market Intelligence finds Vision Vancouver and the Non-partisan Association (NPA) in a statistical dead heat. Support for Vision Vancouver now stands at 37% of decided municipal voters; support for NPA stands at 32%. Despite the closing of the gap between NPA and Vision, NPA has shown only directional growth

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Vancouver, BC (May 24, 2011) – An April/May survey of Vancouver residents by JustasonMarket Intelligence finds that Vancouver residents’ trust in their municipal organizations varies from 50% to 69%. Residents assign their highest trust score (69%) to the Vancouver Police Department. The ParkBoard is close behind at 64%. Vancouver’s municipal government and school board are trusted by 55% and 50% respectively. The survey also finds that residents over 65

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Vancouver, BC (May 17, 2011) – An April/May survey of Vancouver residents by Justason Market Intelligence finds that support for Vision Vancouver has fallen since February to 41% of decided voters. Currently, 30% would support NPA, this level relatively consistent since August 2010. Notably, the gap between NPA and Vision is the narrowest recorded since August 2010. Support for COPE stands at 17%. Despite some decline in

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Vancouver, BC (Feb 15, 2011) – A January/February survey of Vancouver residents by Justason Market Intelligence finds that the largest proportion of Vancouver residents continues to disapprove of their municipal government’s handling of Olympic Village (53% disapprove, while 28% approve). For the new separated bike lane on Hornby Street, opinion continues to be divided: 40% approve and 42% disapprove. Note that the largest number

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Vancouver, BC (Feb 12, 2011) – A January/February survey of Vancouver residents by Justason Market Intelligence finds that 51% of Vancouver residents oppose the proposed downtown casino development. This opposition includes four-in-ten residents who “strongly” oppose (39%). Support for the development stands at three-in-ten residents (31%). “Opposition is drawn from all groups in the City, but is highest among the older residents,” notes Barb Justason, the
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Vancouver, BC (Feb 11, 2011) – A January/February survey of Vancouver residents by Justason Market Intelligence finds that 51% of decided voters in the City of Vancouver would support Vision Vancouver. Currently, 25% would support NPA; 21% would support COPE. Notably, these results show a return to voter intention numbers observed in August 2010, following meaningful narrowing of the gap between NPA and Vision in November

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By FRANCES BULA, FrancesBula.com (Dec 1, 2010) – This year promises to be the most-polled ever in advance of a civic election, as various polling companies pile on to what promises to be a hard-fought battle for Vancouver city council in 2011. The latest out, another Justason Market Intelligence poll, showing that some noticeable fraction of people are moving from undecided to disapproving of the

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Vancouver, BC (Nov 30, 2010) – A November survey of Vancouver residents by Justason Market Intelligence shows a decrease in the Vision Vancouver lead. If a municipal election were held tomorrow, 45% of decided voters would support Vision Vancouver, down seven points since August. NPA garners 30%. When the pollsters tested a possible candidate, Suzanne Anton succeeds in narrowing the gap between NPA and Vision even

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Vancouver, BC (Sep 10, 2010) – A survey of Vancouver residents by Justason Market Intelligence (JMI) shows the vast majority of residents (83%) is satisfied with their quality of life as a Vancouver resident. One-half of residents are very satisfied, notes Barb Justason, the firm’s principal. The poll also finds that the most residents consider Vancouver to be as fun or more fun than other larger cities in

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By FRANCES BULA, Globe and Mail (Sep 07, 2010) – Mayor Gregor Robertson is popular but still vulnerable to a challenge in next year’s civic election because of voter dissatisfaction over homelessness, the Olympic village and bike lanes, according to a poll released to The Globe and Mail. The first-term mayor has a 49 per cent approval rating from decided voters, who like his

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Vancouver, BC (Sep 7, 2010) – A survey of Vancouver residents by Justason Market Intelligence (JMI) shows 52% of decided voters would support Vision Vancouver if a municipal election were held tomorrow. NPA and COPE garner 28% and 13% respectively. Notably, more than half of Vancouver residents (55%) are undecided or will not vote. “With no obvious mayoral candidates for NPA and COPE, the Vision Vancouver

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By FRANCES BULA, BC Business (May 5, 2010) – Getting people to tell you what they think isn’t as simple as it used to be, say the leaders of B.C.’s market research industry. But that’s where the agreement ends and the questions begin. Online surveys are shaking up the polling world, and Angus Reid, CEO of Vision Critical, is riding the revolution. Angus Reid

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Vancouver, BC (Feb 9, 2007) – Justason Market Intelligence today released poll results that show many Vancouver residents believe traditional abstinence-based drug treatment programs are not working. Of those polled, 71% believe less than one quarter of addicts stay off drugs after traditional treatment programs. Vancouver Mayor Sam Sullivan commented: “The public appears to be aware that large numbers of addicted people will continue to be involved in crime and disorder as a result of

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Offshore, (Dec 1, 2001) – The Geological Survey of Canada places oil reserves offshore British Columbia in the neighborhood of 9.8 billion bbl, and natural gas at 25.9 tcf. These reserves are 10 times greater than estimates for the Hibernia Field, one of the largest discoveries in the Jeanne d’Arc Basin

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