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
The vote's importance: how do we perceive our knowledge, our interest and our impact in politics in CanadaPolitical Participation2007-03-21
Reducing the Democratic Deficit: The Causes of Low Voter Turnout as Viewed by Canadians Political Participation2004-12-18
Assimilation of Religious groups: Multiculturalism versus Republicanism Multiculturalism & Diversity2015-06-26
Soccer and Turbans Multiculturalism & Diversity2013-06-14
Younger Canadians Believe Multiculturalism Works; Older Canadians, Not So Sure Multiculturalism & Diversity2012-04-24
Evidence on benefits of Other Culture/Religious Knowledge Supports Supreme Court Decision Multiculturalism & Diversity2012-02-27
Hunkering Down: Do Diverse Milieus Encourage InsularityMulticulturalism & Diversity2012-01-19
Groups and Intergroup Relations: Canadian Perceptions Multiculturalism & Diversity2011-10-17
Multiculturalists with ConcernsMulticulturalism & Diversity2011-10-17
Multiculturalism versus Interculturalism: majority of Quebecers unclear about the difference Multiculturalism & Diversity2011-05-24
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