Chercheur et conseiller stratégique, Nik Nanos est régulièrement appelé à conseiller des dirigeants sur un large éventail de sujets, notamment les fusions d'entreprises, les campagnes de sensibilisation du public, la gestion de la réputation et les questions réglementaires. Il dirige l'équipe de Nanos, qui conduit des recherches au Canada et aux États-Unis, est fellow au Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars de Washington, D.C., et chercheur et professeur agrégé à  la State University of New York de Buffalo. Il est aussi analyste principal pour l'indice Bloomberg-Nanos de la confiance des consommateurs canadiens, dont les résultats sont transmis hebdomadairement aux clients de Bloomberg. Chaque semaine, il présente The Nanos Number à  l'émission Power & Politics de la CBC, qui suit l'évoution politique, économique et sociale. Il siège au comité de rédaction du Journal of Professional Communication de l'Université McMaster.

Articles de cet auteur

A content Canada

The economy is weak, the price of oil has collapsed, and the loonie is doing a swan dive, but Canadians are surprisingly happy with the performance of the federal government and the general direction of …

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Erosion of confidence witnessed in 2010

The random telephone poll of 1,017 Canadians from November 1 to 5, 2010 found that Canadians this holiday season are not very festive. The Canada “right direction” number is 52.2 percent — almost identical to the 53.6 percent we …

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From a nothing election to a seismic shift

The expected incremental change election turned into a seismic shift for all of Canada's federal political parties. For the Conservatives, the 2011 election should be considered a capping achievement: Stephen Harper moved from merging the …

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Pensions: Show me the money

Canadians don't rank pensions very high on their list of today's public policy priorities, but at the same time they are deeply concerned about the viability of both public and private pensions in the future. There …

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Sustainable energy poll (online extra)

Canadians see the country's energy resources as important to our future prosperity, and by a wide margin they also believe it's important for Canada to diversify its markets beyond the United States, which now accounts …

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