• Political Polarization in Canada and the U.S.

    In Canada, left-right polarization is much less pronounced than in the U.S., and has generally declined over the past decade.

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  • Public Support for Canada’s Political System: Regional Trends


    Are Canadians gaining or losing confidence in their political actors and institutions? The answer depends in part on which region one is referring to. National trends on this issue can be misleading, as they often mask counteracting regional ones.

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  • Intergenerational Mobility in Canada – An Update

    One in four Canadians feel worse off, financially speaking, than their parents were at their age, and almost one in two say the next generation will be worse off than they are.

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  • A new in-depth exploration into the lived experiences of Syrians who arrived in Canada in 2015-16