Since its founding in 2006, the Institute has conducted a number of groundbreaking public opinion and social research projects. Our reports are listed by publication date, or can be searched by topic or survey series.
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.
New research updating the evolution of race relations and racism in Canada
The latest Focus Canada survey reveals that Canadians continue to be largely positive and supportive about immigrants and refugees
There has been a remarkable increase in the Canadian public’s awareness of the reality of racism in this country.
Latest trend shows increasing support
Focus Canada - Fall 2019
The Environics Institute is partnering with Dr. Robert Brym (SD Clark Chair of Sociology at the University of Toronto) and York Univerity to conduct a landmark national survey of Jews in Canada in 2018.
Tracking Canadian public opinion and how it is changing over time
Canadian public opinion today and how it has changed in the past year
The Black Experience Project in the GTA has now been released and has its own dedicated website...
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...
The Environics Institute for Survey Research, in partnership with seven leading organizations, has just released a major new public opinion survey on Aboriginal Peoples...
In 2006, the Environics Institute’s inaugural project was the first-ever national survey to examine the relationship between Canadian Muslims and Canadian society-at-large...
As part of its ongoing Focus Canada public opinion research program, the Environics Institute asked Canadians about immigration and multiculturalism to update its ongoing research on these topics dating back to the 1970s...