Our new study shows how older Canadians have increased their use of technologies and online services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A newly released report from the Environics Institute shows a dramatic decline in the proportion of Canadians that believe discrimination against either Black or Chinese people is no longer a problem.
Environics Institute Finds That Declining Proportions Of Canadians View China, Russia And Even The USA As A Friend
This 2020 Focus Canada report shows that the proportion of Canadians holding a favourable opinion of the United States has declined even further over the past year.
Canadians Have Become More Open To Immigrants And Refugees In The Past Year, According To An Environics Institute Study
The recently released report from The Environics Institute shows the trend of increasing support for immigrants and refugees in Canada has continued, and has reached its highest levels in more [...]
2020 Homeownership and Financial Fitness Study Highlights the Impact Of COVID-19 on Canadian Homeowners
The results of our recent study for Genworth Canada provide a snapshot of Canadian homeowners’ attitudes and financial fitness, both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our new survey reveals that almost all Canadian corporate directors remain confident that their organizations will regain their strength in 2021
Consumers Around The Word Are Feeling Economic Strain, According To Results Of The IRIS Network’s Recent Global Study
The results of the 2019 IRIS Global Confidence Survey conducted across 23 countries among 12,436 participants indicate that consumers around the world are exhibiting signs of economic stress.
In September, we selected the 2019 recipients of the Environics Award for Excellence in Advanced Social Research.
A recent Environics Research poll reveals that Canadians believe the federal government is responsible for ensuring universal access to medications.
A new study conducted by Environics Research and commissioned by AGE-WELL offers a number of fresh insights into the attitudes of Canadians aged 50 and over toward aging, health and technology