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84 Percent of Canadians Reject Bias in Entertainment Places

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Some 84 percent of the Canadian people reject discrimination in places of public entertainment, and only ten percent favor it, a recent survey by the Gallup Poll has revealed.

The Canadian Institute of Public Opinion, commenting on the results, said that this is an “extremely high unanimity of opinion, seldom found in controversial subjects.” The results show a favorable development over a similar poll in 1946, when only 77 percent opposed discrimination and 19 percent favored it.

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