DISCOVER OUR MOST RECENT RESULTS BELOW!
Conducted in collaboration with the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) and published in the Canadian Press.
86% of Canadians and 79% of Americans think wearing a face covering/protective mask on public transit should be mandatory.
- 51% of Canadians and 60% of Americans currently find it stressful to leave their house and be in public.
- Over the past couple of weeks, fear of contracting the coronavirus has been trending upward among Canadians.
IN THE NEWS: MENG WANZHOU AND AIR TRAVEL
Canadians are split on whether Meng Wanzhou should be released from Canadian custody and allowed to return to China in an effort to free Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor (32% yes, 36% no, 32% don’t know enough).
72% of Canadians oppose Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s decision to not force airlines to offer refunds to passengers.
Some airlines have relaxed in-flight physical distancing requirements (allowing passengers to be seated next to each other, selling adjacent seats, but maintaining the requirement to wear a face mask). 72% of Canadians and 63% of Americans are uncomfortable flying under these conditions.
86% of Canadians and 36% of Americans disagree with reopening the Canada-US borders at the end of July.
These are some of the findings of Leger’s latest survey, conducted from July 3 to July 5, 2020, with 1,517 Canadians and 1,006 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 7, 2020 report, CLICK HERE.
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