National Unity Has Increased in Canada During Pandemic
The majority of Canadian citizens believe the pandemic of 2020 has actually brought their people together rather than causing division. Over 66 percent replied to a survey by the Pew Research Center saying they were more united, and 29 percent said they had been driven apart during the shutdown.
Before The Crisis
The division was most felt in the United States, where a whopping 77 percent of those answering the survey felt the country was less unified than before the crisis. A statement by the Pew Research Center said, “In the United States, where a patchwork of coronavirus-related restrictions reflects broad disagreement over the best path to the economic recovery while mitigating the spread of the virus, close to 75 percent say the U.S. is more divided.”
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Out of the 14 countries that were surveyed, 59 percent say that if their government had reached out to other countries, the number of cases would have been lower in their country. Only 36 percent said the cooperation would not have mattered in reducing cases.
59% said "If their government had reached out to other countries, the number of cases would have been lower in their country"
In the United States, 58 percent believe the cases in the country would have been lower if they would have collaborated with other nations. Canada is a land of opportunity and freedom. Contact Canada Immigration Express to start the path to immigration for you and your family.