Canadian Views of Other Countries

Nearly one-in-two Canadians say the Trudeau government’s decision to stand by an inherited arms deal with Saudi Arabia is the wrong one, while the majority are disinclined to pursue economic, military or cultural ties with the Kingdom.

And while Canadian opinions of Iran are similarly hard-line, a plurality see the lifting of sanctions against that country as a “good thing” for this one.

These are among the findings of this study from the Angus Reid Institute, canvassing views toward seven countries: Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Iran.

To read the full report, click here.

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