First, everyone proved their Canadian-ness
Because I wanted this random survey of Canadians not to be infiltrated by someone posing as a Canadian person and potentially ruin their spotless rep, I forced everyone to prove they were from The Great White North.
I was going to make them finish some Drake lyrics ("just hold on we're going... WHERE?"), but that discriminated against any older Canadians who might not be into hip hop. So I left it up to them on how they'd convince me they were Canucks. And the answers I got were delightful, ranging from, "I have a lot of plaid in my wardrobe" (he also could be from Portland) to "I've played lacrosse and hockey my entire life" (he pronounced hockey "hack-ee"!) to "I used to be in the Canadian armed forces." Yep, checks out.
Donald Trump is a domineering windbag
"I hope the American people do the right thing and do not vote him in." -- Michele, from Toronto
"He's sort of domineering. Sort of is an understatement.” -- Steven, from Toronto
"I spent many nights watching Apprentice as a kid. That's all I know or care about him.” -- Chris, from Vancouver
"He speaks his mind. And that's what people need, to speak their mind." -- Josh, from Toronto
American fast food is tops
"You kidding me? Incredible. It's unreal. And McChicken's only a buck on the Value Picks menu." -- Chris
[Editor’s Note: I did some Googling and discovered that "Value Picks" is the Canadian equivalent of the Extra Value Menu menu, just as the CFL is the Canadian equivalent of the NF... err, Division III football.]