Where do you stand?

November 30, 2010 § 1 Comment


The World Values Survey is a place to learn more about values and cultural changes in societies all over the world. An interactive graph on the Globe & Mail website allows you to see the tallied 2005-2008 results by country, of the percentage of people who would not like to live next to people of a different religion, an unmarried couple, homosexuals, people of a different race, etc. Highlighted in red is Canada, and highlighted in blue is the United States.

It’s interesting to see the varied answers of the respondents given in this survey, and see whereabouts you stand in comparison to countries around the globe.

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