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The 2018 Panorama Survey—Preparations are well underway!

We are now in the midst of preparations for our study of the values and hot buttons of Canadians. For years now, we have been monitoring the evolution of these hundred or so values that influence consumer behaviour and the public’s attitudes. Our work in this program allows us to understand the tangible, and most importantly, the intangible needs of your target clientele in order to help you maximize their engagement toward your brands. Please feel free to contact us for any additional information. Learn More >>

CROP’s Radio-Canada poll and the Montreal municipal elections

For all the times that we are told that the pollsters are wrong in the elections... Learn More >>

Do you believe that technological innovation is a threat to your job or career? 26% of working people think it is

"Disruption," a highly charged buzzword that is untranslatable in French-carries a hint of scorched earth and sectorial apocalypse. Learn More >>

Do you like to watch violent movies and TV shows? 42% of Canadians admit that they do

One of the most fascinating phenomena we've observed over the years has been the steady rise in the number of people who answer this question in the affirmative. Learn More >>

Would you vote for a populist politician? 60% of Canadians say yes, they likely would

Louis Audet, the president and CEO of Cogeco, is very committed to the country's socio-political and economic causes. He recently commissioned CROP to do a study on populism in Canada, specifically on Canadians' support for a populist politician of the ilk who have emerged in the West in recent years. Learn More >>

Do you think immigrants threaten the purity of the country? 53% of Quebecers and 42% of English Canadians believe they do

The influx of refugees across Quebec's borders in recent weeks has attracted much media attention, particularly in La Belle Province itself. It has relaunched public debate about the potential impact of immigration on the country's identity and the costs associated with welcoming refugees. Learn More >>

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