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The Bank regularly surveys Canadian businesses and citizens to better understand how and why cash is used by assessing awareness, attitudes, and behaviours with respect to bank notes.
Survey results allow the Bank to monitor its progress, to identify potential issues or opportunities, and to adapt its programs, tools, and services as needed.
Polymer Series: Awareness Survey
This survey aims to measure Canadians’ awareness of the new series of polymer bank notes. Respondents were asked if they recalled hearing of any upcoming changes to Canadian bank notes, and if so, where they first heard of the polymer bank notes.
Polymer Series: Awareness Survey - January 2013
Bank Note Confidence Index
Examines Canadians’ attitudes towards bank notes and the use of cash. Four key questions quantify perceptions of bank note security and attitudes towards counterfeiting.
The Bank Note Confidence Index 2013 Results
The Bank Note Confidence Index 2012 Results
The Bank Note Confidence Index 2011 Results
The Bank Note Confidence Index 2010 Results
The Bank Note Confidence Index 2009 Results
The Bank Note Confidence Index 2008 Results