DISCOVER OUR MOST RECENT RESULTS BELOW!
Conducted in collaboration with the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) and published in the Canadian Press.
- 27% of Canadians and 41% of Americans agree that requiring people to wear a mask in public places is an infringement on their personal freedoms.
- 68% of Canadians and 58% of Americans think police officers should be able to fine/arrest people who do not wear masks in places where it is mandatory to do so.
- When it comes to the COVID-19 crisis, an equal proportion of Canadians and Americans (40%) think the worst is yet to come.
IN THE NEWS: THE FEDERAL BUDGET DEFICIT
- 78% of Canadians are worried about the size of the federal deficit and how it may affect Canada in the long term.
- 41% of Canadians think that given the deficit, the Federal Government should immediately and quickly begin to scale back COVID-19 support programs and payments for individuals and businesses, 44% think it should not, and 15% are unsure.
These are some of the findings of Leger’s latest survey, conducted from July 10 to July 12, 2020, with 1,523 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 July 14, 2020 report, CLICK HERE.
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