The Dominion Institute (2001)

Description

All Dominion Institute Surveys focus on the knowledgeability of Canadians in issues that deal with citizenship, culture, and heritage.

The Dominion Institute, Prime Ministers Survey, 2001 [Canada] is a short survey interested in studying Canadians political knowledge of former prime ministers.  Specific topics in this survey covered Canada's first prime minister, first francophone prime minister, and the possibility of implementing a new holiday to honour prime ministers. There were 1000 respondents recorded.

The Dominion Institute, Canada Day Poll, 2001 [Canada] is a short survey interested in studying Canadians' knowledge of their history. Specific topics in this survey cover Canada's first prime minister, the Constitution, Canada/United States wars, D-Day, space history, the national anthem, government, Confederation, and Canadian women's right to vote. There were 1003 Canadian respondents recorded.