NEWS RELEASE: JANUARY 22, 2018 A new independent poll conducted by Insightrix Research® in partnership with CJME and CKOM highlights a tight race for the top chair in the Saskatchewan Party, and the new premier of Saskatchewan. Between January 9 and 17, 2018, we conducted an online poll with 1,004 randomly selected Saskatchewan residents from our SaskWatch Research® online panel. Out of these 1,004 respondents, 72 report being a Saskatchewan Party member. To increase the accuracy of our...

PRESS RELEASE: DECEMBER 14, 2017 With the one-year anniversary of the Honourable Charlie Clark’s election as the Mayor of Saskatoon, and the one-year anniversary of the re-election of the Honourable Michael Fougere as the Mayor of Regina having both occurred recently, Insightrix® asked residents to weigh in on how both mayors have performed through the past year. From December 5 through December 7, 2017, we conducted our own independent poll with 405 randomly selected Regina residents and 405 randomly...

PRESS RELEASE: SEPTEMBER 20, 2017 With the recently announced planned retirement of the Saskatchewan Premier, Brad Wall, from provincial politics, Insightrix was curious to learn how the public feels about his upcoming departure. Between September 12 and 14, we conducted our own independent poll with 800 randomly selected Saskatchewan residents from our SaskWatch Research® online community. Here is what they told us. Perceived reasons for retirement When asked why Brad Wall is retiring from provincial politics, a mix of sentiments is...

Saskatchewan residents are more likely to support the legalization of marijuana than oppose it. INFORMATION RELEASE: May 26, 2017 In a recent independent poll conducted by Insightrix Research, 58.6% of Saskatchewan residents express support (either strongly or somewhat) for the legalization of cannabis while 39.7% oppose (either somewhat or strongly) it. The remaining 1.7% prefer not to say. Overall, 27.1% strongly support cannabis legalization. This support is strongest among younger residents and tends to decline with age. Specifically, 37.7%...

As part of its Data Insider series, Insightrix Research recently conducted an independent survey, using its SaskWatch® Research online panel, to learn Saskatchewan residents’ opinions and thoughts on the question of illegal migration between the U.S. and Canada. In the survey, respondents were asked their opinions regarding the measures put in place to stop asylum seekers crossing the border. Survey respondents were also asked their opinions regarding the allocation of further support resources to aid asylum seekers...

PRESS RELEASE: April 20, 2017 Voter intent shows, if an election were held today, SaskParty is at the lowest approval level since Insightrix began tracking in 2009. For the first time since being tracked, support for the SaskParty has fallen below 50% in Saskatchewan. Presently, 44% of decided Saskatchewan voters’* state they would cast their ballot for the SaskParty while 40% would vote for the provincial NDP, and 5% for the Liberals if a provincial election were held today....

PRESS RELEASE: February 14th, 2017  Words used by Saskatchewan Residents to Describe President Trump In a recent independent poll conducted by Insightrix Research Inc., opinions of Trump are largely negative. When asked what words or phrases first enter one’s mind, common responses include racist, bully, sexist, arrogant and egotist.  Concern In addition, concerns about the Trump Administration are high. Specifically, 66% of Saskatchewan residents report they are either somewhat (30%) or very (36%) concerned about the Trump Administration.     It...

PRESS RELEASE: January 27th, 2017 In a recent independent poll conducted by Insightrix Research Inc., 84% of Saskatchewan residents report they are aware that changes to impaired driving laws have taken place in Saskatchewan this year. When specifically prompted with the following two impaired driving laws that took effect on January 1st, 2017, claimed awareness for each is high. Support & Impact of Law Changes A large majority say they support the two new impaired driving laws, although more...

Insightrix’s Final Online Panel Survey Accurately Predicts Saskatoon Civic Election Outcome Much has been discussed about the Clark surge in the 2016 Saskatoon Civic Election. When a swing in votes happens over a matter of hours and days prior to Election Day, it can make polling very interesting.  But it is important to keep in mind that a poll is a reflection of opinion at the time the poll was conducted. In the case of Saskatoon,...

PRESS RELEASE: October 24rd, 2016 Final sprint to the finish in the Saskatoon Civic Election 2016   A new 650 CKOM / Insightrix Research online poll finds that there is a tight race between the three front-running mayoral candidates in the Saskatoon Civic Election for 2016. Presently, 28% of those who intend to vote in the upcoming Civic Election on October 26th, 2016 say they will cast their ballot in favour of incumbent Don Atchison. Newcomer Kelley Moore and long-time...