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Canada Undesirable neighbours Stats

Definitions

  • Criminal record holders: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
  • Different race: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
  • Drug addicts: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
  • Emotionally unstable people: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
  • Heavy drinkers: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
  • Homosexuals: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
  • Immigrants: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
  • People with AIDS: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
  • Political extremists: Percentage in 1990s surveys thinking this group were undesirable neighbours.
STAT AMOUNT DATE RANK
Criminal record holders 43% 1990 7th out of 16
Different race 5% 1990 15th out of 16
Drug addicts 63% 1990 9th out of 16
Emotionally unstable people 30% 1990 7th out of 16
Heavy drinkers 55% 1990 7th out of 16
Homosexuals 30% 1990 6th out of 16
Immigrants 6% 1990 13th out of 16
People with AIDS 21% 1990 10th out of 16
Political extremists 33% 1990 14th out of 16

SOURCES: World Values Survey

Citation

"Canada Undesirable neighbours Stats", NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/profiles/Canada/Lifestyle/Undesirable-neighbours