In A Global Study Of Economies, Canadians Are More Worried Than Anyone Else

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It's less about how negative we are now, and more about how positive we were last year.

— a whipsaw pivot seen around the world but sharper in Canada than any other country surveyed in a new global public opinion poll.

“The economy had turned bleak in most of the countries we surveyed around the world, and in most places, people expect that the worst is yet to come,” said Shannon Schumacher, a Pew research associate and the report’s lead author. The spike in negative sentiment may say more about the outlook Canadians had on the economy in 2019 than they currently do, Schumacher noted.

The two Scandinavian nations are notable for their dramatically different pandemic strategies: Sweden initially adopted a libertarian, herd-immunity approach, while Denmark was the second country in Europe to impose a nationwide lockdown. Of Canadian respondents, 48 per cent said they expect the economy to improve over the next 12 months, compared with 34 per cent who expect the opposite and 17 per cent predicting no change. In the U.S., the optimism is even stronger: 52 per cent said they see a brighter future ahead, compared with 32 per cent who do not.


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I call BS on this one

No it is about a Tin Pot dictator ruling through an extremely biased MSM.

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