National Angus Reid Poll (1993)

Description

National Angus Reid Polls Polls, from 1990-1995, measure the opinions of Canadians on topics such as politics and current events.

New Year's Survey, January 1993 [Canada] delves further into the topics of hazardous waste disposal, charitable donations, trade and competitiveness, and credit cards.

January 1993 [Canada] delves further into the Royal family, gay rights, and the gulf war. Additional sections include education, company communication, AIDS, alcohol, waste disposal, religion, cable TV, telephone service, and insomnia

February 1993 [Canada] delves further into provincial and federal politics, as well as the upcoming election. It also includes sections on linguistic minorities, native communities, health, travel, and money.

March 1993 [Canada] delves further into provincial and federal politics, as well as the upcoming election. It also includes sections on Canada's economic outlook, CBC primetime news, the right-to-die debate, trial by media, hockey violence, and corporate watch. Other sections include the Conservative leadership, ozone and global warming, religion, and leadership.

April 1993 [Canada] delves further into provincial and federal politics, as well as the upcoming election. It also includes sections on federal politics, NAFTA, international issues, and the deficit. There is another major section dealing with educational issues in Canada, with multiple sub-sections. Other sections include life and religion, transportation, and highways.

May 1992 - includes sections on health care issues, corporate watch, and the Stanley Cup.

June 1993 [Canada] focuses primarily on political questions concerning federal leadership.

July 1993 - includes sections on social programs, the Paul Bernardo trial, the Canada games, and the next federal election.

October (1) 1993 - issues surrounding the federal and provincial governments, the economy, and Quebec sovereignty. It also expands into questions regarding vitamins and supplements, religion, mutual funds, and vision correction.

October (2) 1993 - issues surrounding federal and provincial government, the economy, and Quebec sovereignty.