The Project

Conducted in 2014 and again in 2018, this comprehensive survey on radicalization and homegrown terrorism sought to examine this complex and emerging subject from several perspectives, including perception of the threat, methods for prevention, confidence in Canadian security services, views on punishment, and attitudes towards the Muslim community and its leaders in this country.

The Reports

Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism: Four-in-ten say radicalized individuals live in their communities

Canadians express more concern about radical Islam than white supremacy as a motivation for attacks July 12, 2018 –  A

Most Canadians view Muslim community as a partner, not a problem in the fight against radicalization

However, 73% also say Muslim community leaders aren’t speaking out enough against homegrown terrorism November 24, 2014 – The majority of Canadians see

About the Partners

About the Canadian Race Relations Foundation:

The Canadian Race Relations Foundation is a non-partisan charity organization, whose mission is defined in the Canadian Race Relations Foundation Act S.C. 1991: The purpose of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation is to facilitate throughout Canada the development, sharing and application of knowledge and expertise in order to contribute to the elimination of racism and all forms of racial discrimination in Canadian society.

About Angus Reid Institute:

The Angus Reid Institute (ARI) was founded in October 2014 by pollster and sociologist, Dr. Angus Reid. ARI is a national, not-for-profit, non-partisan public opinion research foundation established to enhance and encourage better understanding of political, cultural and socioeconomic issues affecting Canadians. ARI commissions, conducts and disseminates original, publicly accessible and impartial statistical public opinion polling research and policy analysis.
Be the first to receive our new data and reports: Subscribe below.