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Understanding your audience helps us interpret the information they provide.

On the surface, research counts the yes’s and no’s, but the real story is in understanding why they are yes’s and no’s in the first place, and how much conviction is behind those answers. To do this effectively, we need to have a broader understanding of how audiences react to all kinds of questions and subjects.



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September 11, 2018

PCs and Liberals Tied in Windsor Lake By-election

MQO Research spoke with 300 residents in the Windsor Lake riding to understand how they were planning to vote in the upcoming by-election. According to our... Read more
September 5, 2018

40% Of Nova Scotians Support Cannabis Sales in NSLC

MQO Research spoke with 400 residents of Nova Scotia about the government’s decision to sell cannabis in NSLC locations in the latest edition of our quarterly... Read more
August 20, 2018

Half of Newfoundland and Labrador Residents Satisfied with Health Care System

MQO Research spoke with 400 residents of Newfoundland and Labrador to understand their opinions about health care in the province. People are evenly split – 50... Read more
August 20, 2018

58% of PEI Residents Satisfied with Health Care

MQO Research spoke with 400 residents of Prince Edward Island to understand their opinions about health care in the province. Nearly six-in-ten residents are either very... Read more

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