A study conducted by the non-profit organization Angus Reid Institute reveals that unfavorable opinions towards Islam are present across Canada, with varying levels but highest in Quebec. The results were obtained from six questions asked to respondents on their perception of five religions: Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Hinduism, and Judaism. This study aims to assess the level of positivity or negativity towards Muslims through the different dimensions of their religious life.
According to the study, 39% of Canadians outside Quebec have an unfavorable opinion of Islam, while this figure rises to 52% of the Quebec population.
The Angus Reid Institute created the “Index of Opinions on Islam” to better understand the situation. Respondents were asked about their feelings towards the five religions and their attitude towards religious symbols, working with people wearing religious symbols, creating places of worship, and interfaith marriages. The results were classified into four groups according to the responses’ positivity or negativity levels.
The differences between Quebec and the rest of Canada are striking. Outside of Quebec, 37% of the population hold very positive views of Islam and its religious symbols, while 16% hold very negative views of Islam and its religious practices. In Quebec, opinions are more mixed, with 20% of the population displaying very positive opinions and 30% having very negative opinions. Quebec’s Bill 21, which prohibits wearing religious symbols for certain people in public office, remains popular in the province despite its unpopularity in the rest of the country.
Lets face the facts. These people are not welcome in any none-izlamic democracy.
That just speaks to the intelligence of the people of Quebec.
Le Québec c’est pour les Québécois
Canadians are way more brainwashed with ‘inclusivity’ outside of Quebec. The media is relentless in promoting it. Canada has the most complacently smug populace in the world at a time when mass immigration–several times higher per capita than what you see in the US–is shattering the core identity.