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Public support for immigration declines significantly due to affordability concerns

Public support for immigration in Canada has dropped significantly in the past year due to affordability and housing concerns linked to a surge in newcomers, reveals a survey by the Environics Institute for Survey Research and Century Initiative. The poll shows a rise from 27% to 44% of Canadians thinking immigration levels are too high. This is the most enormous opinion shift Environics saw in over four decades of polling. A year ago, immigration support was at its peak. However, economic worries such as high inflation, increasing interest payments, and a severe housing crisis have since prevailed.

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