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This survey is conducted in collaboration with the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) and published in the Canadian Press. This series of surveys is available on Leger’s website.
- Canadians and Americans perceive the economic conditions in their country as much worse than their household’s personal finances.
- 58% of Canadians and 61% of Americans say the economic conditions in their country are poor.
- Conversely, 59% of Canadians and 63% of Americans say their household’s finances are good.
- Canadians (50%) are more likely than Americans (39%) to say their financial situation has a negative impact on their mental health.
- Over the past couple months, nearly two-in-ten Canadians and more than one-in-ten Americans have worriedfrequently about:
- Having to carry a balance on a credit card (19% of Canadians, 12% of Americans)
- Being able to pay their bills (18% of Canadians, 14% of Americans)
- The safety of their savings (17% of Canadians, 15% of Americans)
- The value of their investments (17% of Canadians, 12% of Americans)
- 19% of Canadians and 24% of Americans have considered taking all their money out of their bank-held chequing or savings accounts at least once.
This web survey was conducted from May 5 to 8, 2023, with 1,523 Canadians and 1,002 Americans, 18 years of age or older, randomly recruited from LEO’s online panel.
To view the May 10, 2023 report, CLICK HERE.
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