The Common Good – Who Decides? 2012 Trudeau Foundation Annual Survey
2012 Trudeau Foundation Annual Survey
In conjunction with the Ninth Annual Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Conference, entitled “The Common Good: Who Decides?” (November 22-24, 2012), the Environics Institute for Survey Research conducted a national survey of Canadians around this theme of defining the common good.
Which values and priorities do Canadians believe define what is best for this country, to what extent do they feel there is a national consensus on these values/priorities, and how do they believe fundamental differences in priorities can best be reconciled?
Keywords: Canadian values, gender equality, immigration, crime/community safety, environment, democracy/governance, education, multiculturalism, health care/public health, religion, social equity/income inequality, bilingualism, government role/effectiveness, populism, political engagement