Older men are the least likely to say that Canada is a racist country, according to the survey.
A new study from the Angus Reid Institute has revealed how people perceive racism in Canada and it appears that men and women don't see eye to eye on the matter.
When asked "is Canada racist?" the highest percentage of survey respondents who agreed were women between the ages of 18 to 34. In fact, 54% of women in this age category said that Canada is a racist country.
On the other side of the token, the main demographic that disagree with the statement were men aged 55 and above. In this category, 79% of respondents said Canada is not a racist country. As for women, 70% of respondents in the same category shared the same view.
The main age group of Canadian men who agreed that the country is racist were between 18 and 34, 33% of whom agreed with the statement.
As for the different regions in Canada, people in Saskatchewan were the most likely to agree that Canada is racist, whereas people in Quebec were the most likely to disagree.