The report from the Angus Reid Institute analyzes polling data going back to 1975 to show that, throughout that period, a relatively constant number of Canadians — around one in four — have always said they think immigration levels should be decreased, while support for keeping levels the same has tended to be slightly higher.
"Around one in four"? Looking at the image provided in the article, it's more like one in three. Now, one in two Canadians oppose higher immigration levels.
A survey conducted in late July by the Angus Reid Institute, however, does show a spike in opposition to immigration, which the organization says coincides with “more frequent and increasingly fraught conversations about policy regarding immigration and migration to Canada.”
Yeah, surely this increasing negative attitude towards Muslims immigrants of no particular religion has nothing to do with the death and carnage cultural enrichment all across the West.
New poll shows half of Cdns want lower immigration levels. Will Trudeau again blow a gasket and shout at them that they are racist and intolerant?— Maxime Bernier (@MaximeBernier) 21 August 2018
Lib gov is planning to almost double immigration numbers. Only 6% of Cdns support higher levels. Who are the extremists?? https://t.co/DLHWXR7XSK