France moves to second place with reputational gains in the Governance index. Canada ranks in third place for the first time. The United Kingdom slips by one position, while the U.S. remains in sixth place.
Consumer sentiment is up in South Africa, the U.S., Great Britain, Argentina and Japan, but falls in Poland, Turkey, Sweden, Israel and South Korea.
Canadians predict rising global temperatures and no improvement in the global economy.
Only a minority (39%) of Retirees Knew the Timing of their Retirement a Year in Advance, While a majority (55%) of Pre-Retirees Expect to Know
Concern Grows (51%, +5 pts) About Stricter Rules That Could Prevent Qualifying
59% of Canadians said their sex or romantic life was “good.”
Three in four Canadians continue to agree that Canada needs to be doing more than it is currently doing to address climate change.
Alberta and Saskatchewan residents feel worse off financially than they did last year.
A growing majority (65%) rate their financial situation as at least somewhat good, up 4 points compared to a year ago.
Attitudes and perceptions of Canadians on racism, Don Cherry's firing, immigration, and other religions, ethnicities