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No u (i.redd.it)
posted ago by AngryMulbear stickied
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Tiredofitall's post showing off a fake news guardian article on immigration opinoin polls inspired me to do a bit of research. This is what I found, 26 years of EKOS research polling.


“In your opinion do you feel that there are too few, too many or about the right number of immigrants coming to Canada?”

“Too many immigrants”

40% (Canada 2019)


“Forgetting about the overall number of immigrants to Canada, of those who come, would you say there are too few, too many or the right amount who are members of visible minorities?

“Too many visible minorities”

39% (Canada 2019)

56% (Alberta 2019)

47% (Conservative 2013)

69% (Conservative 2019)

51% (High school education)

28% (University education)


Keep in mind that 39% of the popular vote is what the Liberal party got when they won the majority of seats in 2015.


Source: https://www.ekospolitics.com/index.php/2019/04/increased-polarization-on-attitudes-to-immigration-reshaping-the-political-landscape-in-canada/

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What media bias? (media.omegacanada.win)
posted ago by mozzer
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https://covid-19.ontario.ca/data#demo

The above link is for Ontario COVID statistics.

Click on the link and scroll all the way down to the glossary.

Notice the definition of "death" merely means that the person who died had COVID at time of death. It does not mean they died as a result of having COVID.

If I had cancer only to drive my car off a cliff, would that be logged as a cancer related death?

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