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Mario Canseco

Mario Canseco is the president of Researchco, a public opinion research firm, and the pollster and columnist for Glacier Media.

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Tied with Greens, BC United slouching towards fall election bust, says poll

Tied with Greens, BC United slouching towards fall election bust, says poll

BC United's fighting for third Place in provincial race, says new Research Co. survey
B.C.'s 2024 election is now a decidedly competitive race, poll reveals

B.C.'s 2024 election is now a decidedly competitive race, poll reveals

B.C.'s political dynamic transforms with rising support for Conservatives
Opinion: Food inflation is changing consumer habits—could it change votes?

Opinion: Food inflation is changing consumer habits—could it change votes?

Shifting diets and budget shopping strategies the new norm as Canadians cope with high food prices
Canadians want more regulations around smoking, according to poll

Canadians want more regulations around smoking, according to poll

Will Canada raise the smoking age? New polling says public backs U.K.-style law
British Columbians prefer FIFA, Summer Olympics bid over second Winter Games, says polling

British Columbians prefer FIFA, Summer Olympics bid over second Winter Games, says polling

Transparency concerns cloud potential costs of Vancouver hosting major sporting events
More British Columbians support a BC United-BC Conservative merger, says survey

More British Columbians support a BC United-BC Conservative merger, says survey

Premier David Eby still holds lead in approval ratings as B.C. prepares for election.
Most Canadians think economy, health care worse under Trudeau, according to poll

Most Canadians think economy, health care worse under Trudeau, according to poll

Public perception shifts from approval to disappointment in Trudeau's leadership
Half of British Columbians are afraid of crime in their community, says poll

Half of British Columbians are afraid of crime in their community, says poll

Canadians blame addiction, gangs and courts for criminal activity.
Poll: Majority of Canadians support death penalty for murder

Poll: Majority of Canadians support death penalty for murder

Robert Pickton parole issue reignites calls for changes to the system
Mario Canseco: Small majorities happy with B.C. government's pandemic performance

Mario Canseco: Small majorities happy with B.C. government's pandemic performance

B.C. residents ready to ditch restrictions, says survey
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