October 22, 2019
Canadians from coast to coast went to the polls on Monday, October 21, 2019. In British Columbia, 42 seats were up for grabs.
Results from the 2019 Federal Election were pretty electric, especially given the dynamics and events leading up... Read more
October 18, 2019
Strategic voting firmly in play: Most voters are not voting on a love or loyalty toward a particular party or leader as 26% say it’s a “best of the worst” scenario, 22% to keep another party from winning.
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October 9, 2019
Health-related charities get the most support (23%) among causes is BC while online crowd funding makes a mark with younger donors.
Vancouver, BC – British Columbians have become somewhat less generous over the past two years when it comes to... Read more
September 25, 2019
Annual BCAA School Zone Safety Survey shows unsafe driving, including speeding and unsafe drop offs/pick ups continues to put kids in danger.
Burnaby, BC – B.C. parents get a C- for their driving behaviours in school zones according to this... Read more
September 24, 2019
Federal Liberal support is holding, but Trudeau’s face painting issue appears to be having a minimal impact on voter intentions.
Vancouver, BC – Canadians are going to the polls on Monday, October 21, 2019 for the 43rd federal election and... Read more
September 17, 2019
BCers’ fears of a recession are casting a negative light on expectations both for the Canadian economy and personal household finances in the future
Vancouver, BC – British Columbians are feeling both confident and shaky when it comes to the Canadian... Read more
July 11, 2019
Government receives good marks for the economy, healthcare, and education, but scores poorly on handling pipelines, gas prices, and the continuing opioid crisis.
Sentiments over housing affordability in the province cool off as environment and climate change anxieties heat up.
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June 26, 2019
A new BCAA survey reveals misconceptions and misunderstandings over child passenger laws
Burnaby, BC – A new survey for BCAA shows that busy B.C. parents are increasingly relying on others to get their kids where they need to go, raising concerns... Read more
June 3, 2019
BCers also feel strongly that private school employees should be protected by BC Human Rights Code
Vancouver, BC – The idea of public funding and subsidies for private schools in British Columbia is being met with disapproval from residents across... Read more
April 16, 2019
75% of British Columbians are worried about their online financial data, 60% are worried about cameras on their devices, and even 33% cover the cameras on their devices to protect themselves.
Vancouver, BC – Our latest Insights West poll shows... Read more
April 4, 2019
Vancouver Public Library is one of the most highly regarded brands in Western Canada, out of Insights West’s 450+ “Brand Reputation Insights” normative database. Almost all (95%) Vancouver residents agree that the Vancouver Public Library is one of the... Read more
March 26, 2019
Nearly 8-in-10 (79%) of BC Residents are concerned about the measles outbreak, and only 42% are very confident that they are protected.
Vancouver, BC – In our latest Insights West poll, the vast majority of BC residents are concerned about... Read more
February 11, 2019
53% of Canadians feel that climate change cannot simply be blamed on human activity alone, and there are still 10% of Canadians who believe that climate change is not happening at all.
Vancouver, BC – Highlights from our latest comprehensive... Read more
February 1, 2019
Only 8% of British Columbians think the Canadian economy will improve next year.
Vancouver, BC – In our latest economic confidence poll looking at the consumer’s outlook on the Canadian economy for 2019, 64% of BC residents describe the economic... Read more
December 7, 2018
Those who have cast their votes are evenly split between adopting PR or maintaining the status quo.
Vancouver, BC – As British Columbia’s referendum on electoral reform nears completion, the latest Insights West poll finds that voters continue to be... Read more
December 5, 2018
An NHL rivalry between Seattle and Vancouver could bring major tourism benefits, as hockey fans from both sides of the border claim they’re likely to take a trip to watch a game in their rival city.
Vancouver, BC – A... Read more
December 4, 2018
A new BCAA survey reveals partygoers’ dangerous misconceptions and plans.
Burnaby, BC – The first holiday season with legalized cannabis could be a dangerous one on BC roads according to a new BCAA survey released today, revealing people’s plans to... Read more
November 9, 2018
Chinese Canadians favour using First Past The Post over Proportional Representation system for provincial elections.
Vancouver, BC – As British Columbia’s referendum on electoral reform continues, a new Insights West poll conducted on behalf of the Canada Committee 100 Society... Read more
November 5, 2018
Three-in-four residents believe getting vaccinated helps to protect the vulnerable and is the responsible thing to do.
Vancouver, BC – In spite of misconceptions surrounding flu vaccinations, a new Insights West poll conducted on behalf of London Drugs has found... Read more
October 15, 2018
Two thirds of Metro Vancouverites are overwhelmed by the number of candidates and are having a difficult time finding meaningful information about them.
Vancouver, BC – With less than a week remaining until British Columbia’s civic elections take place, the... Read more