University of British Columbia Releases 2019 Survey on Canadian Public Attitudes on China and Canada-China Relations

University of British Columbia’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs has released results for its 2019 “Canadian Public Attitudes on China and Canada-China Relations” survey. The report’s introduction opens by suggesting that “Canada-China relations remain at their most turbulent point since Tiananmen Square in June 1989.” The so-called “Meng Factor,” or the judicial hearings surrounding Huwei’s executive, have contributed to the increasingly negative opinions of China and its government. The survey also points to a growing sense among Canadians that Canada is more alone in the world than it was in 2017. To read the full report, click here.

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