On the issue of Tibet, research shows that faced with the choice between human rights and trade with China, Canadians believe standing up for human rights is more important. Likewise, an overwhelming majority of Canadians support the Prime Minister meeting the Dalai Lama.The findings are not surprising, Canadians traditionally place a high premium on human rights and freedoms. In the final analysis human rights trump trade.For more detailed information on the methodology and the statistical results visit the SES website at www.sesresearch.com.This survey was completed by SES Research and commissioned by the Canada-Tibet Committee.If you would like to discuss this topic and are interested in sharing your opinions visit my blog at www.nikonthenumbers.com.Cheers, Nik Nikita James Nanos, CMRP President email: email@example.com phone: 613-276-2731 web: http://www.sesresearch.com
All lip service what would Canadians do without all the Chinese goods they buy for cheap prices at Wal Mart value for your money trumps human rights any day.
We have to remember that a lot of Chinese products are made by children’s sweat shops and if any child doesn’t make the quotas they are severely whipped so that little Johnny can have that all important gift
under the tree in time.