How to use the Census of Population to identify the population that is most likely to support your campaign
Conservative Party of Canada spokesman Jason MacDonald said Wednesday the party is aware of the new report, which is based on a 2015 study.
“We’ve asked the Government of Canada to provide us with an updated version of their methodology and will be reviewing the methodology at a later date,” MacDonald said in a statement.
The survey was conducted in 2015 and found that the majority of Canadians support Canada’s immigration policy. “
This is simply a report that provides Canadians with information on how to interpret the information.”
The survey was conducted in 2015 and found that the majority of Canadians support Canada’s immigration policy.
MacDonald said the party supports the government’s approach to immigration and has a number of policies in place that help immigrants settle in Canada.
He said the current survey results indicate that the country is on the right track, though there is still work to be done.
“The new data provides Canadians an opportunity to better understand the data that is being collected by the Government and the way it is being used,” MacDonald added.
The new survey also found that people who live in urban areas are more likely to say they want to be Canadian, with 47 per cent saying they want the country to be more like the United States.
Those who live near the border, rural and indigenous communities were also more likely than others to want Canada to become more like other countries.
MacDonald added that the findings are based on more than 1,000 interviews with Canadians between July 15 and Oct. 3, with responses being weighted to reflect the population of each census region.