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Premier Kenney’s Approval Plummets Amid COVID-19 Turmoil

Posted October 4th, 2021 in Alberta Politics, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release October 4, 2021 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) In the midst of a punishing 4th wave of COVID-19 in Alberta, approval for Premier Jason Kenney has tumbled to a new low according to a recent survey by ThinkHQ Public Affairs. Currently only 22% of adult Albertans now offer any degree of approval for the performance of […]

Fluoride Plebiscite in Calgary Likely to Pass by Comfortable Margin

Posted September 29th, 2021 in Alberta Politics, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release September 29, 2021 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) After almost a decade without a fluoridated water supply, Calgarians appear ready to re-introduce the cavity fighting agent in this October’s plebiscite on the issue according to a recent ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey. The plebiscite measure is likely to pass by a comfortable margin later this month, with […]

Union-backed third-party advertiser could create backlash for some Calgary municipal candidates

Posted September 23rd, 2021 in Alberta Politics, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release September 23, 2021 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) Municipal campaign finance rules are not well known by Calgary voters, but the emergence of a formidable union backed Third-Party Advertiser (TPA), could potentially create backlash for the candidates they endorse for City Council, according to a recent ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey of Calgary voters. The survey finds […]

Calgary’s Mayor’s Race Tightening

Posted September 22nd, 2021 in Alberta Politics, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release September 22, 2021 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) With only 26 days to go before Calgary’s municipal election, the open contest for mayor is tightening, and shaping up to be a two-horse race according to a recent ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey. . The new poll shows Jeromy Farkas continues to hold an edge with 30% of […]

Albertans experiencing significant economic suffering due to COVID-economy, with few expecting a speedy return to “normal”

Posted May 4th, 2021 in Alberta Politics, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release May 4, 2021 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) Over a year into the pandemic, almost one-half of Albertans are feeling financial pain from COVID-19’s economic consequences, with the vast majority not expecting a return to “normal” until at least the end of 2021. According to the latest provincial ThinkHQ Public Affairs survey, fully 46% of Albertans […]

Sizable Majority Opposes Expanded Coal Mining in the Eastern Rockies

Posted February 8th, 2021 in Alberta Politics, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release February 8, 2021 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) A UCP Government move to allow expanded coal mining operations in the Eastern Rockies of Southern Alberta is decidedly unpopular with voters according to a recent ThinkHQ Public Affairs, Inc. survey.  . The early February poll finds that over three-quarters of Albertans are aware of this issue, and […]

Albertans Pan Nov. 12th Provincial COVID-19 Restrictions, Endorsing Broader Measures Including a Mandatory Provincial Mask Law

Posted November 23rd, 2020 in Health Care, Healthcare, Media Release, News by Marc Henry

. Media Release November 23, 2020 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE . (Calgary) With the province now firmly in the clutches of the anticipated “Winter Wave” of COVID-19, most Albertans feel the provincial government’s Nov. 12 restrictions to stem the tide of the virus’ spread fall well short, according to a new survey by ThinkHQ Public Affairs, Inc.   . Over one-half […]

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 […]