A Majority (54%) of Canadians Would Use Social Media Channels, Such as Facebook or Twitter to Let Their Friends and Family Know That They are Safe in the Event of an Emergency

One-Third (35%) of Canadians Think That Emergency Services Such as Fire or Police Would Respond to a Request for Help Over Social Media

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Toronto, ON – A majority (54%) of Canadians ‘would’ (29% definitely/24% probably) use social media channels, such as Facebook or Twitter to let their friends and family know that they are safe in the event of an emergency, while one-third (31%) ‘would not’ (16% definitely/15% probably) according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos...

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A Majority (54%) of Canadians Would Use Social Media Channels, Such as Facebook or Twitter to Let Their Friends and Family Know That They are Safe in the Event of an Emergency

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