Despite upward trends in COVID-19 cases throughout most states, about one in five Canadians is interested in travelling to the United States.
He’s one of the most divisive figures in Canadian politics, but more than a third of Canadians view Pierre Elliott Trudeau as a great, or near great, prime minister.
As racial tension in the United States reaches a boiling point, Canada, its northern neighbor, is grappling with its own strained race relations.
People tend to believe that victory in popular card games like Uno and Go Fish is based on random chance. But, a betting game like poker is seen as requiring more skill than luck.
Are Americans willing to pay for podcasts? That’s a questioned that has been raised with increasing frequency as the world grapples with the coronavirus health crisis and subsequent economic crisis. New YouGov data shows many are still willing to pay up to listen to their favorite audio programs.
According to a recent study by YouGov, 22 percent of Canadians view the United States as unfriendly (18%) or an enemy (4%), while 68 percent view it as a friend (29%) or ally (39%).
Many Americans are ready and willing to take a seat in a fast-food restaurant. According to a new YouGov survey of more than 1,200 Americans, a quarter (25 percent) are willing to dine in at a fast food restaurant in the next 30 days, while another 17 percent are willing to head inside their favorite fast-food restaurant in the next three months.
A separate YouGov survey from May finds that some Americans have adjusted their purchase habits toward canned and frozen foods. At least three in 10 say they have been buying frozen fruit or vegetables (30%) and frozen meats or seafood (30%) more frequently since the start of the outbreak.
America may be seeking more live TV as streaming services offered by traditional television providers appear to be seeing a healthy boost in subscriber numbers.
As Americans dust off their barbeques and prepare for Memorial Day Weekend, hamburgers will likely be among the first summertime staples to grace their grills. According to a YouGov survey in May, 73 percent of Americans say they like meat-based burgers.