The SKoop Podcast, in partnership with Saskatoon-based Insightrix, released exclusive new polling results today on three areas of interest in Saskatchewan politics. The SKoop will be partnering with Insightrix quarterly going forward to present polling results to The SKoop's listeners as the 2024 Saskatchewan election approaches.
Using participants of their SaskWatch research panel, Insightrix polled 803 Saskatchewan residents in early January as part of a monthly omnibus survey. The sample size is representative of Saskatchewan's population and the margin of error is estimated to be +/- 3.5% 19 times out of 20.
Question 1 will be a baseline for The SKoop going forward: "How would you rate the overall performance of the provincial government over the past month?"
Recently there has been a lot of talk about regionalism. The SKoop was interested in how residents in Saskatchewan identify themselves as first in terms of regionalism: as a Canadian, a Saskatchewanian, or a western Canadian.
Finally, Saskatchewan residents were asked about health care and how people are thinking about current challenges in the health care system.
From the headlines to the backrooms, The SKoop is the only place for weekly in-depth political analysis and commentary on Saskatchewan politics. The SKoop Podcast is released weekly and features former Saskatchewan Party MLA and cabinet minister Kevin Doherty, NDP insider and former NDP chief of staff Sally Housser, and podcaster and former Saskatchewan Party staffer Dale Richardson.
Insightrix is an award-winning full service market research firm based in Saskatoon since 2001. Learn more about their services and the SaskWatch panel.