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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.

Recent Work by Mario

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
Mario Canseco: Support for King Charles wanes as Canadians' republican sentiment grows

Mario Canseco: Support for King Charles wanes as Canadians' republican sentiment grows

Growing numbers of Canadians want an elected head of state, survey reveals.
Mario Canseco: B.C. households still struggling to recover from pandemic

Mario Canseco: B.C. households still struggling to recover from pandemic

Rising housing costs cloud B.C.'s pandemic recovery.
Only half of Canadians trust Ottawa to launch pharmacare, poll finds

Only half of Canadians trust Ottawa to launch pharmacare, poll finds

Canadians support a national pharmacare program. Can Ottawa deliver it?
B.C. residents back Eby's housing policies, but confidence on affordability wanes

B.C. residents back Eby's housing policies, but confidence on affordability wanes

British Columbians aren't sure housing programs will meaningfully improve housing affordability in the province
Canadians divided on electoral reform ahead of 2025 federal election

Canadians divided on electoral reform ahead of 2025 federal election

In June 2015, when a victory for the Liberal Party was anything but guaranteed, Justin Trudeau vowed to make that year’s democratic process the last one fought under the first-past-the-post system.
Fewer British Columbians using re-usable bags in wake of plastic ban rejection

Fewer British Columbians using re-usable bags in wake of plastic ban rejection

Green Fatigue? B.C. residents hold steady on reusable bags, but other eco-habits dip.
Canadians' views on the U.S., China up notably in 2024

Canadians' views on the U.S., China up notably in 2024

New polling shows Canadians' views of the country's biggest trade partner are better under Biden.
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