U.S. and Canada
Political, economical and social connections -Jason Castillo
The social groups are very common between the two countries. White/ Europeon people dominate the two regions by 75% of the population. In Canada, 73% of the population believe in the way of Christianity, while the United States is 78% of Christianity.
The two countries share the same area of land, but not the same form of government. The United States have a Federal presidential constitution republic where the government is voted by the people. Canada, on the other hand, have a Federal parliamentary constitution monarchy.
The two countries are very different when it comes to economics. The U.S. had an estimate GDP of $14 trillion in 2009, while Canada only had a little over $1 trillion in the same year.