According to a new survey released on March 15, 2017 by Corporate Research Associates, one of Canada’s leading public opinion and market research companies, 68 per cent of Canadians in Atlantic Canada support the screening of prospective immigrants to Canada for Canadian values, an opinion consistent across all Atlantic provinces.
According to a December 20, 2016 Ipsos poll conducted for Global News, 67% of Canadians “agree” or “agree somewhat” that the Trudeau government is more style than substance. 54% agree that the Trudeau government has a clear plan for the future of Canada (a 1-point decrease), while 46% disagree that it has a clear plan.
A recent Ipsos poll conducted for Global News revealed that 22% of Canadians didn’t know what the Trudeau government’s greatest accomplishment is, and 23% said “nothing”, meaning that 45% of the people surveyed couldn’t name any accomplishment of the Trudeau government’s first year in office.
An Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News in November revealed that three-quarters (76 per cent) of 1,700 Canadians surveyed said they would consider voting for a candidate with “Trump-like” qualities, including stricter immigration control, reviewing trade agreements to ensure they are in Canada’s best interest and getting tough on crime.
A surprising result from a new Forum Research poll conducted for the Toronto Star revealed that, in spite of heavy criticism from both Conservative and Liberal leaders, a majority of Canadians favour screening potential immigrants for “anti-Canadian” values, which was proposed by Conservative MK Kellie Leitch (Simcoe-Grey, ON).
A recent poll by CIBC finds that two-thirds (69 per cent) of Canadians say they feel positive about their current financial situation, down 5 per cent from a year ago, led by declines in Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec.
For the first time the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a leading civil and human rights organization in existence since 1913, conducted a new survey to measure Muslim attitudes towards Jews in six Western European countries.