We didn’t think Donald Trump would win the election, we don’t think we’re happy and we think that the Muslim population in our country is on the rise.
These are just a few ways that Canadians are out of touch with the world outside their door, according to a new Ipsos poll.
The survey, titled the Perils of Perception, shows that Canada, along with the 39 other countries, has a bleak view of their own situations, when that’s not really the case at all.
Darrell Bricker, the Global CEO of Ipsos Public Affairs, says it’s surprising that people around the world are so “out of step with what’s really going on.”
But that’s why the survey is important.
“There’s a different conversation happening than there probably [should be],” he told Global News.
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