Post Tagged with: "survey"

Medicinal pot is currently legal but the Liberal government says it introduce wider legality in the spring of 2017. (Courtesy of Creative Commons)

Ryerson students not particularly jonesing for pot legalization

If you suspect that university students are especially excited about pot legalization that theory’s up in smoke. Ryerson students’ views on the legalization of marijuana align with the broader Canadian population, a new poll suggests. The survey, which was conducted by first-year journalism students, found that 37.5 per cent, or nearly four out of 10 students think marijuana should be […]

Prof. Chris MacDonald conducted a survey with the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson that found politicians were the least trusted professionals.

Q-and-A with researcher who found politicians were the least trusted professionals in Canada

Politicians are the most mistrusted professionals in Canada. Professors Chris MacDonald and Hershell Ezrin at Ted Rogers School of Management came to the conclusion after they lead a survey for the Jim Pattison Ethical Leadership Program. The survey was conducted by The Gandalf Group. The public opinion pollster asked about 1,000 adults across Canada, in addition to 400 residents living in […]

Ryerson student Angela Sucee exercises at the RAC. (Rebecca Sedore/The Ryersonian)

RSU proposal for women-only gym time draws criticism

The Ryerson Students’ Union is surveying students about whether they’d like to see women-only gym time. The proposal has already sparked controversy on campus. The survey has garnered more than 2,000 responses, and is one step in a campaign to make athletic facilities more accessible for women. Some students criticize the proposal, saying the gym should be equally accessible for […]