ARCHIVED - Appendix Two: Attitudinal Indicators

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Affinity for technology

Q: I like using new technologies more than the average Canadian.

January 2005 - Disagree 27%, Neither 23% and Agree 49%.0 April 2006 - Disagree 27%, Neither 22% and Agree 51%

Base: All Canadians; Apr./May 06, n=2,503

Broad privacy

Q: I feel I have less personal privacy in my daily life than I did five years ago.

June 1999 - Disagree 43%, Neither 16% and Agree 39%. April 2006 - Disagree 26%, Neither 22% and Agree 51%

Base: All Canadians; Apr./May 06, n=2,503

Single client number

Q: I would prefer to have a single client number that I could use to access programs or services from any federal government department.

January 2005 - Disagree 16%, Neither 8% and Agree 75&=%.  April 2006 - Disagree 14%, Neither 12% and Agree 73%

Base: All Canadians; Apr./May 06, n=2,503

Perceptions of Government information management

Q: At the end of the day, I trust the Government of Canada to manage the information they have on citizens in a responsible way.

January 2005 - Disagree 22%, Neither 13% and Agree 64%. April 2006 - Disagree 22%, Neither 16% and Agree 61%

Base: All Canadians; Apr./May 06, n=2,503


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