Release of the 21st Annual Report on Government of Canada Public Opinion Research Activities
From: Public Services and Procurement Canada
Public Services and Procurement Canada is pleased to announce the release of the 21st Annual Report on Government of Canada Public Opinion Research Activities.
The report features an overview of public opinion research activities coordinated and contracted by PSPC on behalf of departments between April 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022.
Public opinion research activities highlights in 2021 to 2022
In 2021 to 2022, Public Services and Procurement Canada awarded 155 public opinion research contracts on behalf of 38 departments to 22 suppliers at a total value of $18.1 million. This includes subscriptions to syndicated research studies shared among federal departments.
Breakdown of research methods by percentage of projects
Public opinion research relies on various data collection techniques to obtain information from a wide variety of audiences.
These approaches include qualitative methodologies, quantitative methodologies or a combination of both.
The government gathers opinions and perspectives from all Canadians including the general population and unique groups such as:
- Indigenous peoples
- medical and health professionals
- newcomers and immigrants
- people with disabilities
- students and teachers
- visible minorities
and many more!
View previous annual reports
- 20th Annual report on Government of Canada public opinion research activities
- 19th Annual report on Government of Canada public opinion research activities
- 18th Annual report on Government of Canada public opinion research activities
All previous annual reports can be viewed and downloaded on the Government of Canada publications website.