Law 21 – Discourse, Perceptions & Impacts

Date: 10 August, 2022 Key Topics: Law 21, Research

What Makes This Study Unique?

  • This is the most extensive study conducted of religious minority communities affected by law 21 (Muslims, Jews and Sikhs) measuring their experiences and perceptions of the Quebec climate since law 21 was enacted.
  • A combined study (Léger survey of Quebec population as a whole & ACS survey of religious minority groups) merged and weighted by Léger, this enquiry provides a window into the interplay between public discourse, popular perceptions and experienced impacts around law 21 in Quebec.
  • It offers access to the opinions, perceptions and experiences of both majority and minority Quebecers among a representative sample of 1,828 Quebecers, including 632 Muslims, 165 Jews and 56 Sikhs.
  • It gives insight into Quebecers’ views of religions and into what motivates support for and opposition to law 21.
  • It also measures the law’s impacts on the religious communities impacted by the law, including their sense of prejudice, discrimination, acceptance, exposure to hate, safety, citizen engagement, fulfillment, wellbeing and hope for their children’s future.

A combined study (Léger survey of Quebec population as a whole & ACS survey of religious minority groups) merged and weighted by Léger, this enquiry provides a window into the interplay between public discourse, popular perceptions and experienced impacts around law 21 in Quebec.

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