SURVEY: Canadians Want Tough Scrutiny Of Goods From China

Despite efforts by corporate and political elites to push a propaganda campaign to change our views on China, Canadians still have serious concerns.

A survey by Nanos Research shows half of Canadians believe goods from China should be given the toughest scrutiny when entering into Canada. Meanwhile, 40% of Canadians want visitors from China to be given the most thorough questioning by customs officers.

Next on the list of countries Canadians were concerned about was Mexico, with 31% of Canadians wanting tough scrutiny of their goods coming into Canada.

As noted by the Globe & Mail, Canada’s corporate globalist elites are trying to change Canadian public opinion on China:

“The poll results come as corporations attempt to change Canadians’ opinions of the world’s second-biggest economy. Bankrolled by major corporations, the Public Policy Forum is leading a two-year campaign to persuade Canadians to embrace a free-trade deal with China.”

Canadians align most closely with Britain on human rights, and with the United States on business.

The survey also shows 51% of Canadians see our human rights approach as closest to that of Britain, with 25% saying it’s closest to Germany and 16% saying the United States.

When it comes to businesses values, 51% of Canadians see our approach as most similar to that of the United States.

Stand up for Canada’s interests, even if it leads to conflicts.

Another intriguing part of the survey – especially given how our “leaders” refuse to put the interests of our nation first – shows 62% of Canadians want Canada to follow our own interests, “even if it leads to conflicts with other nations.”

This shows a large majority in support of an approach that puts the interests of Canadians first – something the opposition would be wise to keep in mind.

Spencer Fernando


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