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Kenney’s Numbers Stall – Most Voters Still Want a New UCP Leader

Posted April 5th, 2022 in Alberta Election, Alberta Politics, Calgary, Edmonton, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release April 5, 2022 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) With only a handful of days to go before the leadership review vote in the UCP Party, Premier Jason Kenney’s approval ratings have stalled below 30%, and with his party trailing in the polls, most voters want new UCP leadership according to the latest ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey […]

No Honeymoon for Calgary’s New Mayor

Posted March 29th, 2022 in Alberta Politics, Calgary, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release March 29, 2022 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) Mayor Jyoti Gondek is off to a bumpy start as far as most Calgarians are concerned, with approval for the new mayor below four-in-ten according to a recent ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey. At present, approval for Gondek’s performance rests at 38% compared to 53% saying they disapprove of her performance as mayor […]

A Plurality of Calgarians Believe the City is on the “Wrong Track”

Posted October 19th, 2020 in Calgary, Calgary City Council, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release: Countdown to The Calgary Municipal Election 2021 October 19, 2020 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) With a municipal election now less than a year away, there is a prevailing sense of unease among voters about the direction The City of Calgary is headed today. According to a recent ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey of over 1,200 Calgary […]

Calgarians Divided on New Arena Deal – City Council’s Approval Continues to Slide

Posted July 29th, 2019 in Calgary, Calgary City Council, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

(CALGARY) Calgarians are split in their feelings about a new deal between The City and Flames ownership (Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corp. – CSEC) to build a new “event centre” which would include a new NHL arena.     According to a new ThinkHQ Public Affairs, Inc. survey, while there is considerable support for the notion of replacing the Saddledome, roughly […]

Calgarians Sour on City Council

Posted July 4th, 2019 in Calgary, Calgary City Council, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

(Calgary) The past year has been a difficult one for Calgary City Council, with a failed Olympic plebiscite, serious budget challenges, a small business tax revolt and senior business leaders calling into question the financial viability of the current Green Line LRT expansion, to name just some of the trouble spots over the past 12 months.  City Hall’s trials and tribulations […]

Alberta’s Political Landscape: Notley’s NDP Facing Tough Road to Re-Election, and Voters Unenthusiastic/Divided about Provincial Leaders

Posted December 11th, 2018 in Alberta Election, Alberta Politics, Calgary, Edmonton, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

With a provincial election now only a few months away, the governing NDP have a very difficult path to re-election according to a recent ThinkHQ poll. They continue to hold a significant lead over the UCP in Edmonton (although the race is tightening in the Capitol-region’s suburbs), but trail badly in small urban centres and rural Alberta. In Calgary, vote […]

Nenshi’s Approval Tumbles (Calgary Municipal Politics)

Posted November 29th, 2018 in Calgary, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

The past six months have been challenging ones for Calgary’s mayor – a failed Olympic plebiscite, Council in-fighting and a very difficult 4-year budget cycle have likely all contributed to a notable drop in approval for Naheed Nenshi among municipal voters according to a recent ThinkHQ poll.   Approval for the mayor currently sits at 43% (with only 12% offering […]

Albertapatients.ca Exploratory Research – Prescription Opioid Use Among Alberta Patients

Please note: Research findings should be directly attributed to albertapatients.ca.   (EDMONTON) Discussions between patients and their physicians about the use of opioids to manage pain are relatively common in Alberta, although fewer patients actually receive a prescription according to a recent survey conducted by albertapatients.ca.  Among those who received a prescription opioid for pain from their physician, a bare […]