Social Research

The ACS is well known for its social research on topics ranging from history knowledge to public perceptions of racism, to opinion on political parties. Quoted in news outlets across the country, our research is tightly intertwined with the ACS mission, that of increasing Canadians’ knowledge about their own country.

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Research Name Category Date
Liberty, Security and Equality: How Prepared are Canadians to sacrifice privacy in the name of security?Identity & Values2007-09-13
Citizenship and Belonging to Canada: Dual Citizens Do Not Have Weaker Sense of Belonging to CanadaIdentity & Values2007-08-13
Quebec-Canada relations 2017Identity & Values2007-06-29
Canadian patriots of 2007: As we celebrate the 140th anniversary of Canada, most Canadians argue that patriotism is a common value; patriotic sentiment increases with ageIdentity & Values2007-06-29
Intercultural and Interfaith Relations in 2017Identity & Values2007-06-27
Multiculturalism and the Debate over Shared ValuesIdentity & Values2007-04-30
Common values and multiculturalism in CanadaIdentity & Values2007-04-30
Common values : Issues and symbols/Values and rights and freedoms in CanadaIdentity & Values2007-04-30
What would happen in a sovereign Quebec, according to young Quebeckers?Identity & Values2007-03-21
Immigration: Canada Most Welcoming; Statistical Evidence Confirms Important Impact of Immigration on Future Demographic Condition; Vancouver has Canada 's Lowest rate of Demographic Dependency Identity & Values2005-06-18
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