Your Insights on Non-Voters in the BC Election

Non-voters didn’t vote primarily because they felt none of the candidates deserved their vote, or they truly couldn’t decide. A large number 41% regret not voting—although results suggest that the outcome wouldn’t have been impacted even if they had. Vancouver, BC– A series of post-election polls was conducted by Insights West in order to investigate… Read more »

Your Insights on the BC Leaders’ Debate

An overnight News1130/Insights West poll of 385 British Columbian residents shows that 68% watched at least some of the televised leader’s debate, and results suggest a tie, with 31% feeling Adrian Dix won, and a nearly equal number feeling Christy Clark won (28%). Vancouver, BC – A jointly conducted News1130/Insights West Poll overnight poll of… Read more »

Albertans Decry Smith’s Decision to Join Progressive Conservatives

Wildrose Party falls to fourth place among decided voters, while approval for Premier Jim Prentice jumps to 52%. Calgary, AB – The recent decision from former Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith and eight other MLAs to join the Progressive Conservatives did not sit well with most Albertans, a new Insights West poll has found. In… Read more »

British Columbians Decry Government Stance on Teachers, Agriculture

Victoria gets its best ratings on handling crime and public safety, economy and jobs, and energy. Vancouver, BC – On the first anniversary of the BC Liberal victory in the last provincial election, British Columbians are taking a more critical view of some of their government’s recent actions, according to the new Insights West “BC… Read more »

BC Government Doing Well on Public Safety, Economy and Energy

Most residents are unhappy with shutting down the Legislative Assembly, and handling of BC Ferries and BC Hydro. Vancouver, BC – As 2013 draws to a close, British Columbians hold differing views on some of the recent decisions taken by their provincial government, according to the new Insights West “BC Government Report Card” conducted in… Read more »

Confidence on Issues Eroding for British Columbia Government

Fewer residents are expressing satisfaction with how the economy and energy files are being handled. Vancouver, BC – The third Insights West “BC Government Report Card” conducted in partnership with Business in Vancouver shows that residents of the province are losing confidence on the way Victoria is dealing with several pressing issues. In the online… Read more »

Kenney Leadership Bid Splits Views in Alberta

With former federal minister as leader, the Progressive Conservatives would move to first place in voting intention. Calgary, AB – Albertans are divided on the prospect of Jason Kenney becoming the next head of government, but his entry into the provincial political scene would boost the fortunes of the Progressive Conservatives, a new Insights West… Read more »

Most Albertans Predict One-Term Tenure for Provincial NDP

But voters are divided on whether the province’s main opposition parties should merge, absorb or remain separate. Calgary, AB – Albertans who voted for the Wildrose Party or the Progressive Conservative Party in last year’s provincial ballot overwhelmingly believe the governing New Democratic Party (NDP) will not win the next election, a new Insights West… Read more »

Outcome Uncertain as a Divided British Columbia Prepares to Vote

Weaver is the best rated leader, Clark preferred on finances and Horgan still ahead on health care, education and housing. Vancouver, BC – Age, gender and regional differences have pushed the two main contending parties in the British Columbia provincial election into a tie, as the BC Green Party is poised to have its best… Read more »