Table 3 
Proportion of participants with very weak/somewhat weak sense of belonging to the local community, by population group, August 2020 

Proportion of participants with very weak/somewhat weak sense of belonging to the local community, by population group, August 2020
  All participants Participants who reported experiencing discrimination during the pandemic
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All participants 31.7 41.0
Gender    
Gender diverse 59.6 59.0
Men 29.0 38.7
Women 33.6 42.7
Age    
15 to 24 44.3 44.5
25 to 64 32.9 42.0
65 and older 19.6 31.5
Immigration status    
Recent immigrant (less than 10 years since immigration) 40.4 45.8
Established immigrant 29.7 37.3
Born in Canada 31.5 41.6
Groups designated as visible minorities    
South Asian 31.2 36.8
Chinese 37.5 42.2
Black 41.8 47.4
Filipino 27.2 33.7
Arab 33.3 41.3
Latin American 40.4 45.8
Southeast Asian 40.6 40.3
West Asian 32.4 31.5
Korean 41.7 44.5
Japanese 34.8 42.6
Other 28.2 38.7
Multiple visible minorities 48.6 60.3
Not a visible minority 30.5 40.7
Participants identifying as a person with a disability    
Yes 42.2 50.9
No 29.8 37.5
Participants identifying as Indigenous    
Yes 38.7 45.3
No 31.5 40.8
Sexual orientation    
Sexual minorities 46.5 51.4
Heterosexual 29.4 38.3
Note(s):
Results cannot be generalized to the overall Canadian population and rather provide a picture of the experiences of crowdsource participants.
Source(s):
Impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians: Experiences of discrimination (5323).
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