From Policy Options:

With free trade in North America dominating headlines and ongoing concern over the rise of populism across Western democracies, it’s more important than ever for policy-makers to fully understand what Canadians think about free trade and globalization.

It is difficult to see trends and understand underlying attitudes using opinion surveys on trade, because surveys so often ask questions driven by the concerns of the moment. We sought to get to the heart of Canadians’ beliefs about trade and globalization through an analysis of a 2017 survey conducted by Mission Research on behalf of the Mowat Centre that replicated a set of questions from another survey conducted in 2001 by the Centre for Research and Information on Canada…

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