All Things Considered, Three Quarters (74%) of Canadians Say 2011 was a Good Year for their Family, While One Quarter (26%) Say it was a Bad Year

Canadians Most Likely to Say Their Health is Good (84%), Followed by their Happiness (82%), Social Life (76%), Romantic Life (64%) and Financial Situation (61%)

Monday, January 02, 2012

Toronto, ON – All things considered, three quarters (74%) of Canadians say that 2011 was a good year (15% very/59% somewhat) for them and their family, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Postmedia News and Global Television. While most say the year was good for them, one quarter (26%) of Canadians maintain...

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All Things Considered, Three Quarters (74%) of Canadians Say 2011 was a Good Year for their Family, 
While One Quarter (26%) Say it was a Bad Year

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