New poll reveals Canadian millennials’ views on Asia

What do younger folks think about Asia? It’s complicated. In a new poll, the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada learned that Canadians aged 18 to 24 and those aged 25 to 34 have different takes on the region. For example, the first group feels more positive toward Asia than older generations. The 18-to-24 crowd is also more likely to believe that economic opportunities should drive foreign policy.

For the poll, the foundation had Ekos Research survey some 1,500 Canadians.