Canadians Strongly Disapprove
of Donald Trump
Toronto, January 22nd
– In a random sampling of public opinion taken by The Forum Poll™ among
1,332 Canadian voters, (66%) of respondents say they disapprove of Donald
Trump. Only (23%) say they approve, while (11%) say they don't know.
Approval is common
to males (33%), Conservative Party voters (46%), and those with secondary school
education or less (34%).
highest among those aged 65 and over (72%), females (74%), in the Atlantic
region (75%), among Liberal voters (87%), and those with post graduate degrees
Two-thirds believe Trump will have a negative impact on Canada
President Trump’s inauguration, two-thirds (63%) of Canadians surveyed believe
Trump's overall impact on Canada will be negative, with only (18%) believing it
will be positive, and the same proportion (18%) saying they didn't know.
The positive outlook
is characteristic of males (21%), and Conservative voters (32%).
The negative outlook
is highest among females (67%), in BC (69%), Liberal voters (79%), and those
with post graduate degrees (68%)
clearly concerned about the potential impact Donald Trump will have on our
country. Only time will tell if the new president is able to gain the trust of
the Canadian public," said Forum Research President, Dr. Lorne Bozinoff.
Ph.D. is the president and founder of Forum Research. He can be reached at
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