Most Canadians satisfied with municipal governments, says survey
The majority of Canadians are generally satisfied with their municipal governments, according to a new Vision Critical survey released on Monday.
The survey found 71 per cent of Canadians are satisfied with their municipal government, but many people also feel alienated and disengaged from city hall.
Only 40 per cent of respondents said their cities do a good job consulting them, while only 43 per cent believe they get good value for their money.
Vision Critical asked more than five thousand people in Canada, the United States, Britain and Australia about their levels of satisfaction with their local governments and about how connected to their communities they feel.
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