Canadians Divided on Changing the Federal Electoral System

A plurality supports a move to Party-List Proportional Representation, while the Single Transferable Vote system evenly splits the population. Vancouver, BC – As the federal electoral campaign continues, Canadians hold differing views on whether to change the way the members of the House of Commons are elected, a new Insights West Canada-wide poll has found…. Read more »

Most Canadians Want a Referendum on Electoral Reform

Three-in-five Canadians claim to be satisfied with the “First-Past-The-Post” system. Vancouver, BC – Canadians are not particularly unhappy with the system used to elect the members of the House of Commons, and almost two thirds believe any change to existing guidelines should be put to a nationwide referendum, a new Insights West poll has found…. Read more »

Half of Canadians Want Proportional Representation in Federal Elections

Appetite to hold a referendum to settle the issue of electoral reform remains high. Vancouver, BC – Public backing for a new federal electoral system has increased over the past five months, a new Canada-wide Insights West poll has found. In the online survey of a representative national sample, 50% of Canadians agree with Canada… Read more »