This article examines the factors that lie behind Canada's success at earning the support of its newcomers. It examines the extent to which feelings towards Canada are grounded in immigrants' experiences in the host country, predispositions inherited from their lives prior to migration, and their comparative assessments of the host country and the country of origin. The findings indicate that although feelings towards Canada are partly shaped by post-migration factors, immigrants also interpret experiences in their new host country through the lens of their pre-migration experiences.

attitudes, Canada, immigration, integration, opinion, political
dx.doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2013.859289
Ethnic and Racial Studies
Department of Political Science

White, S.E, Bilodeau, A. (Antoine), & Nevitte, N. (Neil). (2015). Earning their support: feelings towards Canada among recent immigrants. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(2), 292–308. doi:10.1080/01419870.2013.859289