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The diminishing concern about the impact of free trade on Canada’s cultural identity coincides with sharp differences of opinion between Canadians and Americans on prominent social issues.
More Americans stand at either end of the political spectrum; more Canadians stand in the middle
For the vast majority of Canadians, feelings of attachment to Canada, and to their province or territory, overlap: they feel attached to both, rather than choosing one form of attachment over another.
There is a growing recognition that, from Canada’s vantage point, the world has become a much less friendly place.
In Canada, left-right polarization is much less pronounced than in the U.S., and has generally declined over the past decade.
As part of its Focus Canada public opinion research program (launched in 1976), the Environics Institute updated its research on Canadian attitudes about immigration and about the USA...