You’re likely to stay a stay-sharp, stay-home kind of person, according to a new poll from Ipsos Reid.
The poll was conducted between April 10 and April 12 and surveyed 1,000 Canadians.
The results are based on a question that asked respondents to choose from four options to describe themselves.
The most popular option was: stay sharp.
The second most popular was stay home, followed by stay home and stay sharp or stay home.
The poll also found that Canadians have some concerns about what their future is going to be.
Seventy-eight per cent of those surveyed say they would not want to have a career change.
Forty-one per cent said they would prefer to be home-based, while 27 per cent were unsure.
In terms of the future, 59 per cent indicated that they are not certain of what they want to do in life, and that includes 60 per cent who said they did not want a career shift.
The poll found that one in three Canadians, 34 per cent, would like to be more self-employed, compared to 22 per cent that said they are unsure about this.
The Angus Reid Institute (ARI) was founded in October 2014 by pollster and sociologist, Dr. Angus Reid.
In addition to polling, the research team produces the daily Opinion Poll.
Follow up research is conducted on interviews with a randomly selected national sample of 1,001 Canadians from April 10 to April 12, 2019.
Results have an margin of sampling error of +/- 2.1 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.
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