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The Regions That Managed COVID-19 Better Than The Rest Of Canada Were Revealed

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The Regions That Managed COVID-19 Better Than The Rest Of Canada Were Revealed

A recent study revealed which regions in Canada were voted the best at managing the COVID-19 crisis.

The data was provided by Narrative Research, who surveyed more than a thousand Canadians aged 18 and older to get their opinion on who reigned supreme in the handling of the pandemic. 

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The Atlantic region [is] collectively most often cited as having best managed the pandemic. Narrative Research 

The survey took place online between January 15–19, 2021.

In the end, the data showed that the Atlantic provinces and B.C were seen as having best dealt with the pandemic.

According to the study, 24% of Canadians voted for an Atlantic province while 14% voted for B.C.

The provinces that fell short were Quebec and Ontario, who came in last.

"One-third of Canadians named Quebec as worst [at] managing the pandemic, while one-quarter (24%) named Ontario," the report said.

In contrast, only 1% of Canadians thought the Atlantic provinces did a bad job dealing with the crisis, while B.C. only saw 2% of people believing the same.  

Additionally, 34% of Canadians said they were not able to pick which provinces or regions they believed handled the global pandemic better than anyone else. 

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