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Conducted in collaboration with the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) and published in the Canadian Press.
- 57% of Canadians are afraid of contracting COVID-19 (the same proportion as last week).
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- 49% of Canadians say the WE Charity controversy has worsened their opinion of Justin Trudeau.
- 49% of Canadians think that there should be an election if Justin Trudeau is found guilty of breaching the ethics code.
- Canadians and Americans are divided on whether it is justifiable to accuse people of sexual misconduct on social media.
- Canadians find accusations of sexual misconduct that are made on social media nearly twice as credible (60%) if the victim’s identity is shared, versus if they remain anonymous (32%).
- 37% of Canadians agree that if a public figure in entertainment, the arts, etc. is publicly accused of sexual misconduct, their work should be banned (from the airwaves, television networks, museums, theatres, etc.), while 48% disagree. Americans are more divided: 40% agree and 41% disagree.
- About one-third of Canadians (33%) and Americans (32%) think professional sports should resume although no COVID-19 vaccine is available.
These are some of the findings of Leger’s latest survey, conducted from July 31 to August 2, 2020, with 1,531 Canadians and 1,001 Americans, 18 years of age or older, randomly recruited from LEO’s online panel.
You can find this series of surveys in the News section on LEO.
To view the August 5, 2020 report, CLICK HERE.
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