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Breaking Down Barriers and Encouraging Greater Participation on the Internet

Last week, we presented findings from our new syndicated study, Participation in the Digital Economy, to a group of clients and media in the Toronto office. The study looks at accessing the Internet at home and, more importantly, barriers to access and increased participation. While access may not be the issue it once was, with…

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Infographic: Mental Health on the Minds of Canadians

Ahead of mental health week, we asked 2,010 Canadians about their experience with mental health issues like stress and depression. The results reveal a disconnect between how Canadians are assessing their own mental state and the actual impact these issues are having on their lives.

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Canadians’ Views on Pension Plans

An aging work force, longer life expectancy, and declining birth rates are changing the retirement equation that Canadians might once have taken for granted. We asked Canadians how much they know about their pension or retirement plan as well as how they feel about their potential retirement income.

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TV Influencers: Twitter Users vs. Non-Users

Ipsos MediaCT has been conducting research into the role of TV Influencers, and our most recent white paper on this topic The Twitter Effect: Understanding Twitter’s Role in TV Behaviors gives a large understanding to the impact that social media, and Twitter in particular, has with regards to creating influence in the TV space, with the ultimate aim of attracting more viewers to shows.

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Canadians’ Views on Public Consultations

Public consultations are an indispensable element of effective stakeholder relations. At a time when more and more Canadians are expressing their opinions on social media, we wanted to explore how Canadians felt about public consultations in general and how they want to participate in the consultative process.

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Infographic: Cord Cutters Prefer Streaming

TV viewers without a cable, satellite or fiber-optic TV subscription consume content via paid and free streaming services (e.g., Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu or Crackle). A smaller proportion of this group also downloads TV programs, but streaming appears to be the preferred method of viewership.

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