I've heard a lot about the friendly and nice people of Canada, they say sorry a lot and they help each other, and they say that they're way different from Americans, so i was just wondering if this is true?
and in this video asking both Canadians about Americans and Americans about Canadians
Most Helpful Girl
I've been to Canada quite often in the past and my experience with the citizens of Canada has been nothing less than a pure pleasure. They've been the nicest, politest and most hospitable people I've encountered bar none! I wish more Americans would take after the Canadians. If it weren't so damn cold there in the winter I would actually consider moving there!1
Most Helpful Guy
I have lived in the US for 2 years and I feel like most Americans are also very friendly and polite. The only place where I met tons of super grumpy people was New York City. Everywhere else (New England, west coast, southern states), people were very friendly and definitely more obliging/welcoming than here in Europe. They also said sorry a lot ;-).
The thing about US-Americans is just that they tend to be very loud (and thus a little annoying) wherever you go. Like, when you're on vacation somewhere, you immediately hear the Americans in the crowd ;-). I think Canadians tend to be more European-like in this respect. They're more quiet and probably also a little more reserved than Americans.1
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