Public Opinion Research
Public opinion research helps shape policies and programs at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). The results of the research are used to help the CFIA better meet the needs of Canadians and stakeholders.
Public opinion research also helps the CFIA to maximize the effectiveness of its communications.
All Government of Canada departments and agencies provide their public opinion research reports to Library and Archives Canada (LAC) within six months of completing the data collection. This step makes the research available to the public.
The reports are posted on the Internet in the language in which the research was done. The executive summaries are available in both official languages.
Hard copies of reports on research completed before August 2006 can be obtained in person at this address:
Library and Archives Canada
395 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0N4
For more information on public opinion research studies done by the CFIA, contact us by email.
Below we have provided links to our most recent research. They are listed by month of release.
- POR 023-11
Public Awareness of Brown Spruce Longhorn Beetle (Atlantic Region) - PDF (28 kb)
- POR 029-11
Food safety Canadians' awareness attitudes and behaviours - PDF (139 kb)
- POR 032-11
Canadians' Views on Domestic Origin Labelling: Canadian Wines and Blended Wines - PDF (1.5 mb)
- POR 038-11
Canadians' understanding and acceptance of composition and production claims - PDF (36 kb)
Previously published reports on public opinion research are available in archives maintained by Library and Archives Canada.
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