Welcome to the Your Insights Panel -- a forum to voice your opinion on things that matter to people living in Western Canada! We'll ask and then listen to what you have to say. You'll learn what the majority and the minority believe. Our promise is to share survey results, allow open dialogue on topical issues, and provide rewards for the time you spend participating.
Your Insights is managed by Insights West, a full service marketing research company servicing public and private sector clients in Western Canada.
The ongoing surveys you can expect to receive will be comprised of a combination of ‘fun’ surveys, and ‘paid’ surveys. The ‘fun’ surveys won’t take more than 5 minutes to complete for a chance to win gift certificates for some major retailers like Starbucks, Amazon.ca, Tim Hortons and Canadian Tire. The longer, ‘paid’ surveys you complete will earn you points that are redeemable for cash.
To get started, please click here to ‘Join Now’. Or, if you are already registered as a member, sign in on the right to access your profile and view your points.
Your results in action
BC and Alberta Have Little Appetite for Genetically Modified Foods
Most residents in the two provinces hold negative views on GMO, and would support a Canada-wide ban.
Vancouver, BC – British Columbians and Albertans hold genetically modified food in low regard, and a sizeable proportion of residents in the two provinces would support banning them from Canadian store shelves, a new Insights West poll has found. Read more...
Elect or Abolish? British Columbians Ponder the Senate's Future
Most residents agree with holding an Alberta-style, non-binding election to fill the current vacancy in the upper house.
Vancouver, BC – British Columbians express a preference for the abolition or reform of the Canadian Senate, and show little affinity towards the country's upper chamber, a new poll by Insights West has found. Read more...
A Large Majority of Metro Vancouver residents (61%) continue to Cross-border Shop, but Declining Loonie Having an Impact
One third of residents say the drop in the Canadian dollar will make them less likely travel to the U.S. by car.
Vancouver, BC – Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley residents are less keen on taking a trip to the United States by car than they were a year ago, but the proportion of residents who will consider a visit remains high, a new Insights West poll has found. Read more...
Work-Life Balance Remains Elusive for Most British Columbians
A sizeable proportion of employees are staying at the workplace longer, and working from home on nights and weekends.
Vancouver, BC — As British Columbia observes its second Family Day in February, many employed residents of the province are finding it difficult to strike the right balance between work and lifestyle, a new Insights West poll has found. Read more...