Support (74%) Remains High for Kyoto Protocol . . .

But Given the Choice Canadians, Prefer to Develop A Made in Canada Plan (49%) Than To Ratify Kyoto Accord (43%)

Three-Quarters (75%) Believe It Is Possible to Develop an Alternative to the Kyoto Protocol That Is Just As Effective But Would Cost The Canadian Economy A Lot Less

But Almost As Many (71%) Say That Even If There Are Problems With Protocol, It Should Be Implemented Because It Is Good First Step

Friday, November 08, 2002

Toronto, ON – According to the latest Ipsos-Reid/CTV/Globe and Mail poll release today, support (74%) remains high for implementing the Kyoto Protocol. One-fifth (19%) of Canadians remain opposed to the Protocol. These findings are consistent with the findings of a previous poll conducted the first week of...

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Support (74%) Remains High for Kyoto Protocol . . .

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