Respondents asked for their opinion on what they had heard from the government, 45% had a negative impression.
Bank of Canada says sales, demand and hiring indicators are still positive, but tapering.
Canadians’ view aren’t completely at odds with those who voted Trump into office.
A slim majority worry that withdrawing will actually hurt the economy.
But there are major differences when numbers are broken down regionally.
According to BMO poll, Canadians expect to need personal savings and part time jobs to compliment CPP income.
SMEs are planning for expansion to support growth.