The Perils of Perception: Canadians Fail on Every Perception versus Fact about their Country in Unique Socio-demographic Knowledge Test

But Score Better Than 13 Other Countries in Accuracy Placing 8th of 14

Saturday, November 01, 2014

Toronto– A new Ipsos Reid global survey highlights how wrong the public across 14 countries are about the basic make-up of their populations with Canada clocking in at eight (8th) out of 14 for accuracy (seventh out of 14 for ignorance).

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The Perils of Perception: Canadians Fail on Every Perception versus Fact about their Country in Unique Socio-demographic Knowledge Test

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