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Darrell Bricker
CEO Ipsos Public Affairs. Social-political researcher, author, commentator. 6 bestsellers including The Big Shift and Empty Planet. 7th - NEXT Spring 2020.
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Darrell Bricker 2h
Replying to @nspector4
Agree 100%. But it was politics I was referring to.
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Darrell Bricker 2h
Replying to @nspector4
You are absolutely correct. What I was referring to was the turmoil in electoral politics.
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Darrell Bricker 2h
Replying to @DavidMcLA
I suppose there’s a faction of those involved who would describe it as that. It’s sometimes difficult to distinguish activity with progress. Whatever it was they were doing lead to 2 seats at the next election.
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Michael Taube 5h
Very good column by . I believe that poll numbers, including the recent Ipsos study, played a significant role in changing Trudeau's tune. However, this is a very compelling argument -- and I think it played a significant role, too.
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Darrell Bricker 3h
Replying to @darrellbricker
Biggest problem was issue alignment. Canadians were struggling with what they believed was FTA induced recession while Mulroney’s Govt obsessed over constitutional crisis of their own creation. Add in Oka, GST and other distractions it was a recipe for destruction. 2/2
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Darrell Bricker 3h
Mulroney in 1989-92 couldn’t right the ship. Everything that worked before had the opposite effect. Especially style of communicating. What was once seen as confident and hopeful morphed to disconnected and self important. 1/n
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Ipsos 4h
Less than a Third of Adults Age 18-34 in the US support President Trump’s Re-election. Discover our survey conducted for TeenVogue 👉 and the full piece here
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Ron Sexsmith 5h
I love Chris Difford RS
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Darrell Bricker 5h
Not big on history repeating itself but 2020 Canada feeling like 1990. Listless 2nd term Govt with First Nations and major unity troubles teetering on recession. Once popular PM no longer. Official opposition changes leader. Turmoil not resolved until 1993 election.
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Charles Adler 22h
We had of on this week telling us that support for action to remove the blockades was growing across the country and so the PM had a tight window to get the trains moving. Bottom line: We Cdns are patient, but not stupid.
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Ipsos Canada 23h
The latest Ipsos/ survey finds that 71% of Canadian women aged 45+ earning $60K+ are confident that they will be able to afford the they want to live through , What’s driving up this confidence? Learn more.
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Darrell Bricker 24h
Replying to @AGMacDougall
It was in a couple of days ago.
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John Ibbitson Feb 21
From me: Liberal impasse with Wet’suwet’en chiefs is a political opportunity for the Conservatives.
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Darrell Bricker Feb 21
Replying to @MelissaLantsman
Might I suggest Empty Planet.
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Darrell Bricker Feb 21
Replying to @MelissaLantsman
Ironic they chose a crib given crashing fertility rates worldwide. Might as well have built a buggy whip.
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John Ibbitson Feb 21
From me on why we need more women in power to handle the challenges of an aging society.
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Brian Stephenson Feb 20
All of us grappling with demographic challenges, workforce renewal and population growth need to understand the forces at work and why they’re unlikely to retreat.
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Clifford Young Feb 20
Latest in from ’s approval rating holds steady at 41% approve, 56% disapprove.
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Darrell Bricker Feb 20
Empty Planet - the new Canadian paperback at ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Darrell Bricker Feb 20
Coronavirus outbreak predicted to have an impact on financial markets and the global economy | Ipsos
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