That's the Canadian in you.
Is this Canadian a noun or an adjective? To clarify the fog, I asked 92 to 96 native speakers residing in the U.S. for the acceptability of the following three sentences. However, both 'English' and 'Englishman' were equally accepted. I thought if 'English' was accepted more, I was going to presume the 'Canadian' was an adjective with the ellipsis of personality or something, and that if 'Englishman' was accepted more, I was going to suppose it was a noun.
- That's the English in you. [acceptance: 73.0%]
- That's the Englishman in you. [72.8%]
- (That's the Englishmen in you. [32.6%])