Statistical inferences guide our decision making. The qualitative attitudes captured by distinct polling result in quantitative measures. As public affairs professionals, we rely on these tools to take the calculated risks required to succeed.
The Innovative Research Group will once again arm us with these tools as we spearhead 2019 initiatives. On February 11th, Greg Lyle will impart his exclusive findings to us in what has become an annual tradition at PAAC.
Topics of discussion include insights into the federal election, with a full analysis of how all three party leaders are faring in the lead up to this year’s election.
Shifting to provincial politics, Greg will comment on the threat-opportunity dichotomy facing the Ontario Premier and his offices, and will provide deep insights on Alberta’s election and how this cycle will set the tone for October.
Sure to be on the slate, Greg will also comment on how the Carbon Tax and Climate Change more broadly rank on the long list of potential voter issues.
Stay tuned as well for Greg’s views on how the increasing role of populism will shape political narratives in 2019 and beyond.
Registration 8:00AM – 8:30AM
Presentation + Q&A: 8:30AM – 10:00AM
Networking: 10:00AM – 11:00AM