Slight majority favour values charter: poll
A new poll shows a split among Quebecers in supporting the planned values charter.
The Leger survey for the Gazette and the Canadian Institute for Identities and Migration suggests 52 per cent favour the proposed ban on religious symbols in public institutions.
38 per cent are against.
59 per cent of francophones support it.
There's 49 per cent backing in Montreal, 45 per cent in Quebec City.
56 percent believe the charter should be submitted to the courts for a constitutional challenge.
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