January 7, 1991

SEEKING ATTENTION 1213
POLITICS OF ANGER

SEEKING ATTENTION

‘Governments cannot govern with this lack of support’
SEX, POLITICS AND DREAMS 3233
THE POLL TEXT

SEX, POLITICS AND DREAMS

The seventh annualMaclean’s/Decima year-end poll is based on 1,500 interviews conducted with a representative national sample of Canadian residents 18years or older in all 10 provinces. Respondents were interviewed by telephone between Nov. 1 and Nov. 6.
A NATION ON THE BRINK 1819
DISUNITY

A NATION ON THE BRINK

The public is not eager to start rebuilding
AFFAIRS OF THE HEART 4041
MARRIAGE

AFFAIRS OF THE HEART

Canadians affirm their belief in love and fidelity
HIGH ANXIETIES 3031
THE FEAR FACTOR

HIGH ANXIETIES

Many people no longer feel safe, even at home
THE ROCK REBORN? 4445
CANADA

THE ROCK REBORN?

NEWFOUNDLANDERS ARE LOOKING TO THE HIBERNIA OILFIELD TO IMPROVE THE PROVINCE’S ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
DIMINISHED EXPECTATIONS 2627
THE RECESSION

DIMINISHED EXPECTATIONS

Pessimism reaches a seven-year high in Maclean’s polling
A SHAKEN NATION BARES ITS ANGER 1011
THE MACLEAN'S/DECIMA POLL

A SHAKEN NATION BARES ITS ANGER

Canadians are suffering a massive loss of confidence in politicians and in the political system itself
OPENING NOTES 89

OPENING NOTES

Ronald McDonald goes to war, Laurier LaPierre signs on with Spicer, and Thomas Bata sets the record straight
TURMOIL AT THE TOP 5455
BUSINESS

TURMOIL AT THE TOP

AN ABRUPT DEPARTURE AT CIBC SIGNALLED A MAJOR CHANGE AT THE COUNTRY'S NUMBER 2 BANK
December 311990 January 141991