Most Canadians don’t see immigration as a national problem compared to economy, climate change and health care
A majority of Canadians continue to hold a positive attitude toward immigration despite the increasing politicization of the issue, a new opinion survey shows.
Conducted by the Environics Institute in October, the survey of 2,000 Canadians found only minor movement in opinions on these issues since the institute last surveyed Canadian views on immigration in February 2018.
To the statement “Overall, there is too much immigration in Canada,” 58 per cent of those interviewed disagreed, down slightly from 60 per cent in February. The number of Canadians who agreed with this view remained constant at 35 per cent, while the number with no clear opinion grew by two points, to seven per cent….CLICK HERE