DISCOVER OUR MOST RECENT RESULTS BELOW!
Conducted in collaboration with the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) and published in the Canadian Press.
- Among Canadians, fear of contracting COVID-19 continues to climb.
- 33% of Canadians think governments should slow down the pace at which they are relaxing social distancing/self-isolation measures, an increase of 7% from last week.
- 50% of Canadians and 62% of Americans do not think we have reached the end of the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
IN THE NEWS: BACK TO SCHOOL
Asked to Canadians/Americans with school-age children
- 62% of Canadians and 70% of Americans are worried about children going back to school at the end of the summer.
- 62% of Canadians and 79% of Americans think that children should be required to wear masks (either all the time at school/on school buses, or only outside of class during recess, lunch, and on school buses).
- 59% of Canadians and 65% of Americans support a hybrid school week (i.e. their children in the classroom at school for a few days a week and receiving school lessons at home a few days a week).
These are some of the findings of Leger’s latest survey, conducted from July 17 to July 19, 2020, with 1,524 Canadians and 1,004 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 21, 2020 report, CLICK HERE.
How afraid are you about catching COVID-19 now, compared to a couple of months ago?
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