Canadians who think food prices are increasing faster than wages by region 2019

According to a survey carried out in Canada in December 2019, some 89 percent of respondents from Manitoba, Quebec and Alberta felt that food prices were increasing faster than their household income. Comparatively, respondents from British Columbia were the least likely to think that food costs were rising quicker than income.

Consumers who think food prices are rising faster than household income in Canada as of December 2019, by region

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Release date

December 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

December 2019

Number of respondents

1,507 respondents

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