Amid COVID-19, Americans have more faith in Canada than themselves: poll

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WASHINGTON — A new online poll suggests COVID-19 has damaged the trust Canadians have in their American neighbours, while U.S. residents have more faith in their northern counterparts than they do in themselves.

The poll from Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies finds only 34 per cent of respondents expressed trust in Americans, compared with 58 per cent from a similar survey in November of last year.

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Of those living in the U.S., 72.5 per cent said they trusted Canadians,



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