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We survey Canadians and Americans to explore their perspectives on COVID-19 and other current events. Stay up to date on the latest trends and discover our most recent results below.
This survey is conducted in collaboration with the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) and published in the Canadian Press. This series of surveys is available on Leger’s website.
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- Canadians are divided on whether spring break should proceed at the same time as it usually does (31%), be cancelled (29%), or be postponed to a later date (27%) where they live.
- Americans are also fairly split: 31% think it should proceed as usual, 32% think it should be cancelled, and 17% think it should be postponed.
- 8% of Canadians and 18% of Americans indicate that they or someone in their household plan(s) to travel during spring break.
This web survey was conducted from February 12, 2021 to February 14, 2021 with 1,535 Canadians and 1,002 Americans, 18 years of age or older, randomly recruited from LEO’s online panel.
For comparison, a probability sample of 1,535 respondents would have a margin of error of ±2.50%, 19 times out of 20, while a probability sample of 1,002 would have a margin of error of ±3.09%, 19 times out of 20.
THIS REPORT CONTAINS THE RESULTS FOR THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AND MORE!
- In Canada and the United States, spring break is approaching. Some feel that cancelling it will discourage people from travelling and reduce the spread of COVID-19, while others feel that children, their families, teachers, etc. need a break. Do you think spring break where you live should…
- Are you or someone in your household planning to travel during this coming spring break, if it proceeds as scheduled?