Canadians’ Attitudes About Public Debate In Canada Today - The Good, The Bad And The Boring

Canadians Are Concerned About The Quality And Substance Of Public Debate In Canada TodayEight In Ten (77%) Of Canadians Think ‘Public Debate Of Political And Cultural Issues In Canada Is Superficial And One-Sided’ Only One In Three Canadians (32%) Think Our Elected Politicians Do A “Good Job Debating” The Important Issues That Are Facing Canada Eight In Ten Canadians (79%) Feel That, As A People, We Are “Too Reserved” When It Comes To Debating Important Issues

Friday, April 11, 2008

Toronto, ON – Three out of every four Canadians (77%) are concerned about the lack of substance and the one-sidedness of public debate in Canada today. Fully eight in ten (79%) feel that as a people Canadians are “too reserved” when it comes to debating important issues. On a more positive note, a solid majority of Canadians (73%)...

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Canadians’ Attitudes About Public Debate In Canada Today - The Good, The Bad And The Boring

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