Since its founding in 2006, the Institute has conducted a number of groundbreaking public opinion and social research projects. Our reports are listed by publication date, or can be searched by topic or survey series.
Toronto Social Capital Study 2022
This study is the second comprehensive look at the wellbeing of Toronto residents viewed in terms of social networks, social trust, civic engagement and neighbourhood support.
Canadian Youth: A social values perspective
Identity, life aspirations and engagement of Millennial and Gen Z Canadians
Private Refugee Sponsorship in Canada - 2021 Market Study
New research to identify the private refugee sponsorship potential in Canada
Canadian youth perspectives on democracy, global issues and civic engagement
A national study of Millennials and leading-edge Gen Z Canadians
Welcoming the Stranger to Canada Survey 2021
Identifying who in Canada is interested in sponsoring refugees
A Better Canada: Community, Citizenship and Engagement
A closer look at Canadians' aspirations for themselves and their country
Confidence in Democracy and the Political System
An update on trends in Canadian public opinion
Toronto Social Capital Study
“Social capital” is the term used to describe the vibrancy of social networks and the extent to which there is trust and reciprocity within a community and among individuals.
Black Experience Project in the GTA
The Black Experience Project in the GTA has now been released and has its own dedicated website...
The AmericasBarometer is a 29 country public opinion survey on democracy, governance and civic engagement, conducted every two to three years by a consortium of of research partners across the western hemisphere...
The Common Good – Who Decides? 2012 Trudeau Foundation Annual Survey
In conjunction with the Ninth Annual Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Conference, entitled “The Common Good: Who Decides?” (November 22-24, 2012)...
Canadians on Citizenship
Canada’s history is one of successive waves of people arriving on its shores, each having to find their place among those who preceded them...