angus reid institute
Even when the border reopens, many Canadians said they won’t travel to the U.S.
Tory voters are most likely to feel this way, according to Angus Reid Institute numbers.
But they're not big on the whole separatism thing.
Yet they differ on the best approach their province should take with the feds.
Only one province didn't feel the same way.
Only two premiers got majority approval ratings.
The government has set the minimum age at 18.
Many Tory voters are open to scrapping the system if farmers are compensated.
Liberals have argued the issue amounts to a "challenge."
And about two-thirds of Canadians don't think governments are doing enough about poverty.