# Table A.2 Comparison matrix between CMAs1 showing percentage point difference between individual CMAs, Social Incivility

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Halifax Québec City Montréal Ottawa/Gatineau Toronto Hamilton Winnipeg Regina Saskatoon Calgary Edmonton Vancouver ... 9* ns ns ns ns ns ns ns 9* ns ns 9* ... 8* ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns 10* ns 8* ... ns ns ns ns ns ns 8* ns ns ns ns ns ... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ... ns ns ns ns ns ns 6* ns ns ns ns ns ... ns ns ns ns ns 8* ns ns ns ns ns ns ... ns ns ns ns 7* ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ... ns ns ns 9* ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ... ns ns ns 9* ns 8* ns ns ns ns ns ns ... ns 10* ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ... ns ns 10* ns ns 6* 8* 7* 9* ns 10* ns ... * Difference between CMAs is statistically significant at p<0.01 ns No statistically significant difference 1. Census Metropolitan Area Note on interpreting this matrix table: Choose the row containing one of the CMAs you wish to compare, and follow it until you reach the column for the other CMA. The cell shows the percentage point difference between rates of social incivility in the two CMAs. If the difference is not statistically significant, the cell shows "ns (blank). For example, there is an 8 percentage point difference between Montréal and Québec City (24% and 16%, as shown in Table 2) and an 8 percentage point difference between Montreal and Calgary (24% and 16%). However, the difference between Montréal and any other CMAs in the study is not statistically significant. Source: Statistics Canada, General Social Survey, 2004