May 26, 2009 — News Release: Grudge against CBC seen as funding block
A new study finds levels of support and satisfaction with the CBC are high but Canadians believe their national public broadcaster is being starved of funds by a government with a vendetta against it.
May 26, 2009 — News Release: Atlantic Canadians lead CBC fan club
Levels of support and satisfaction with the CBC are higher and more intense among Atlantic Canadians than people in other parts of the country, according to a new national Pollara survey
May 26, 2009 — News Release: Quebecers don't trust Harper on culture
Only Green Party leader Elizabeth May scores lower than Stephen Harper among Quebec voters when asked which federal political party leaders are most trusted to handle culture and Canadian identity in broadcasting, according to a new Pollara survey released this morning.
New public opinion research shows that, given the chance, a wide majority (68%) of voters would advise Premier Kathleen
Wynne to maintain or increase funding to TVOntario in the upcoming provincial
New opinion research shows Canadians are generally satisfied with the programs and content provided by the CBC and believe that possible cuts would likely have a negative impact in terms of Canadian content, local news and national news.
A new major public opinion research study shows continued strong support for the CBC and that more Canadians trust the Conservative party than any other to handle matters of national culture and identity.