C-Dem is currently wrapping up data collection for the 2019 Canadian Election Study. We gathered data from over 40,000 Canadians both online (n=34,000) and over the phone (n=4000) in the weeks leading-up to the election, as well as a three-wave online panel (n=5000) started prior to the election. This data will be publicly released in […]
The public consultation period for the 2019 CES has now closed. Thanks to all who contributed!
Elections are vital: they allow the public to express preferences and hold those elected accountable for their actions. The Consortium on Electoral Democracy/Consortium de la démocratie électorale (C-Dem) is reimagining election research in Canada by developing a pioneering consortium model for researchers, electoral management boards, policy makers, and civil society organizations to build upon mutual […]