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Friendship Centre 2015 Survey Results

by aanationtalk on May 5, 2016636 Views

We asked for your thoughts and the results are in.

METHODOLOGY

The National Association of Friendship Centres commissioned Abacus Data to conduct a survey of urban Indigenous people on a range of issues including their confidence in institutions, perspectives on government and politics, and the role and importance of Friendship Centres in their community.

The survey was conducted online and was available to respondents in both official languages.

Respondents to the survey were recruited in three ways. First, Friendship Centres were asked to send an invitation to participate in the survey to their contact lists. Second, additional respondents were recruited through the use of Facebook advertisements, targeting Facebook users who were most likely to be from urban Indigenous communities. Third, using Research Now’s panel, those who self-identified as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit were recruited to complete the survey.

Download: Friendship Centre 2015 Survey Results

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