Poll suggests Canadians favour spending tax dollars on traditional rather than high-tech infrastructure
A newly published poll commissioned by the government suggests Canadians aren't as keen on investing in the high-tech "new economy" as the Liberals and have mixed views on increasing immigration.
The survey, conducted last summer, found most Canadians want the government to focus infrastructure spending on "traditional" projects like public transit.
It also found many Canadians were concerned terrorism was more likely to increase than decrease, with some blaming that on higher levels of immigration and a perceived lack of screening of refugees.
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