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
Doth I Protest: Ontarians and not Quebecers are Canada's leading public demonstratorsPolitical Participation2012-05-01
Young Francophones of Quebec Look Most Positively upon FranceCanada, the U.S. & International2012-05-08
Degrees of Significance: How Important do Canada's Language Groups Regard University Completion a Minimal Requirement. Identity & Values2012-05-08
Canadians Want to Take More Active Role in Pursuing Peace through DiplomacyCanada, the U.S. & International2012-05-10
Aging Attitude and Health Perception: Canadians Mind Set Probed as 2011 Census Data Released Health2012-05-28
Some results on Canada's 150th and sports in CanadaSports2012-06-28
Knowing Canada's OriginsIdentity & Values2012-07-13
National and Regional Highlights of the ACS/NCC Survey on Marking the 150th Anniversary of Confederation Canadian Cities2012-07-16
Canadians & the OlympicsSports2012-07-26
Engaged but Disempowered: Few Quebecers think politicians listen to them while majority of Anglophones feel they have few voting alternatives and little real influence in forthcoming elections Political Participation2012-08-10
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