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Greg Lyle

Greg Lyle is the founder and president of Innovative Research Group Inc., a national public opinion research firm.

Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | May 9, 2022
The Innovative Research Group's latest online survey of Ontario voters shows Doug Ford's Ontario PC Party holding a healthy lead at 37 per cent, nine-points ahead of Steven Del Duca's Liberals and 13-points ahead of Andrea Horwath's NDP. But a week is a long time in politics and there are four weeks to go before election. So what are the opportunities and threats for each party as the election unfolds? The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and courtesy of Facebook
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | May 9, 2022
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | May 9, 2022
The Innovative Research Group's latest online survey of Ontario voters shows Doug Ford's Ontario PC Party holding a healthy lead at 37 per cent, nine-points ahead of Steven Del Duca's Liberals and 13-points ahead of Andrea Horwath's NDP. But a week is a long time in politics and there are four weeks to go before election. So what are the opportunities and threats for each party as the election unfolds? The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and courtesy of Facebook
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | August 3, 2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, outgoing Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet, and Green Party Parliamentary Leader Elizabeth May. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | August 3, 2020
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | August 3, 2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, outgoing Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet, and Green Party Parliamentary Leader Elizabeth May. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 21, 2019
At the end of the campaign, a Liberal advantage in opinion polls in Ontario may be enough to give Justin Trudeau's party another election victory. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 21, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 21, 2019
At the end of the campaign, a Liberal advantage in opinion polls in Ontario may be enough to give Justin Trudeau's party another election victory. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 14, 2019
Ontario PC Premier Doug Ford, pictured at the Manning Networking Conference in Ottawa in March, has so far refused to take bait from the federal Liberals to wade into this election, which polling shows could help the Grits. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 14, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 14, 2019
Ontario PC Premier Doug Ford, pictured at the Manning Networking Conference in Ottawa in March, has so far refused to take bait from the federal Liberals to wade into this election, which polling shows could help the Grits. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 7, 2019
More than four in 10 of those surveyed by Innovative Research across Canada said they had heard about TVA's French language leaders debate, and more of them said that Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau exceeded expectations than said they did not. Screencapture of TVA Oct. 2, 2019 federal leaders debate
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 7, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | October 7, 2019
More than four in 10 of those surveyed by Innovative Research across Canada said they had heard about TVA's French language leaders debate, and more of them said that Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau exceeded expectations than said they did not. Screencapture of TVA Oct. 2, 2019 federal leaders debate
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 30, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized on board his campaign aircraft on Sept. 18 after news broke that he had worn brownface at a party for a school where he was working as a teacher in 2001. Screen-capture of the CBC
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 30, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 30, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized on board his campaign aircraft on Sept. 18 after news broke that he had worn brownface at a party for a school where he was working as a teacher in 2001. Screen-capture of the CBC
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 20, 2019
'It was a terrible idea, it was something that minimizes and takes advantage of a reality that I have not had to live with,' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said of his decision to wear blackface and brownface earlier in his life during a press conference last week. Screen-capture of Justin Trudeau's Twitter account
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 20, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 20, 2019
'It was a terrible idea, it was something that minimizes and takes advantage of a reality that I have not had to live with,' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said of his decision to wear blackface and brownface earlier in his life during a press conference last week. Screen-capture of Justin Trudeau's Twitter account
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 16, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, enters this fall's election campaign with a stronger base of voters than former prime minister Stephen Harper did prior to his loss in 2015, but Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has an advantage with voters struggling to reach their Canadian dream, writes Greg Lyle. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 16, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 16, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, enters this fall's election campaign with a stronger base of voters than former prime minister Stephen Harper did prior to his loss in 2015, but Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has an advantage with voters struggling to reach their Canadian dream, writes Greg Lyle. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 9, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May. The Liberal Party has lost some of its lustre in ridings across the country, but it still has a good chance to capture a majority of the seats in the fall election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 9, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 9, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May. The Liberal Party has lost some of its lustre in ridings across the country, but it still has a good chance to capture a majority of the seats in the fall election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 2, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to Liberal Party candidates at an event in Ottawa in July. The Liberals have a good shot at winning a second-consecutive term in government, despite a series of major and minor scandals over the past four years. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 2, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | September 2, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks to Liberal Party candidates at an event in Ottawa in July. The Liberals have a good shot at winning a second-consecutive term in government, despite a series of major and minor scandals over the past four years. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | August 26, 2019
Polling shows that Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and Liberal Prime Minister Justin could both profit by running negative campaigns against their opponents in the lead up to this fall's election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | August 26, 2019
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | August 26, 2019
Polling shows that Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and Liberal Prime Minister Justin could both profit by running negative campaigns against their opponents in the lead up to this fall's election. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | May 21, 2018
There is a political price to be paid for this disapproval. One third (33%) of Canadians say they are less likely to vote Liberal because of the way they have handled the issue. Just 12% say more likely. The damage is almost equally strong among strong general supporters of oil and gas projects (53% less likely) and strong general opponents of those projects (58% less likely to vote Liberal). The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | May 21, 2018
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | May 21, 2018
There is a political price to be paid for this disapproval. One third (33%) of Canadians say they are less likely to vote Liberal because of the way they have handled the issue. Just 12% say more likely. The damage is almost equally strong among strong general supporters of oil and gas projects (53% less likely) and strong general opponents of those projects (58% less likely to vote Liberal). The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | February 9, 2018
Stella Ambler, Rachael Harder, Lisa Raitt, and Denise Siele take part in a panel on feminism and conservatism at the Manning Networking Conference in Ottawa on Feb. 9, 2018. Rachel Curran, centre, is the moderator. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | February 9, 2018
Opinion | BY GREG LYLE | February 9, 2018
Stella Ambler, Rachael Harder, Lisa Raitt, and Denise Siele take part in a panel on feminism and conservatism at the Manning Networking Conference in Ottawa on Feb. 9, 2018. Rachel Curran, centre, is the moderator. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY GREG LYLE | November 14, 2016
This graph shows how similar proportions of people in both Canada and the United States believe or don't believe in the possibility of prosperity in their respective countries, and similar proportions are or are not finding success in achieving it. Courtesy of Innovative Research Group
News | BY GREG LYLE | November 14, 2016
News | BY GREG LYLE | November 14, 2016
This graph shows how similar proportions of people in both Canada and the United States believe or don't believe in the possibility of prosperity in their respective countries, and similar proportions are or are not finding success in achieving it. Courtesy of Innovative Research Group
News | BY GREG LYLE | April 11, 2016
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair, pictured campaigning in the last federal election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY GREG LYLE | April 11, 2016
News | BY GREG LYLE | April 11, 2016
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair, pictured campaigning in the last federal election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade