1.In the online survey of a representative national sample, 45% of Canadians agree that the justice system in Canada treats every person fairly, while 43% disagree and 12% are undecided. Do you think the justice system in Canada treats every person fairly?
2.A majority of Canadians (56%) believe Canada's criminal courts do a good job in determining whether or not an accused person is guilty. Do you agree?
3.Respondents to this survey were asked about the use of alternative penalties—such as fines, probation or community service—rather than prison for specific offences. More than two-in-five Canadians support relying on alternative penalties for cases of credit card fraud (46%) and online harassment or cyberbullying (45%). Fewer believe fines, probation or community service are warranted when dealing with people convicted of drunk driving (38%) and arson (25%). Do you agree Canada should use alternative penalties on any of the following?
Credit card fraud
Online harassment or cyberbullying
People convicted of drunk driving
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