Majority Of Canadians (56%) Approve Of Camilla Bowles And Prince Charles ‘s Nuptials – 24% Disapprove



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Saturday, April 09, 2005

Toronto, ON – According to a new national survey of Canadians conducted by Ipsos-Reid for CTV/Globe and Mail, a majority of Canadians (56%) approve of the marriage of Camilla Parker Bowles to Prince Charles – but one in four (24%) say they disapprove.

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Majority Of Canadians (56%) Approve Of Camilla Bowles And Prince Charles ‘s Nuptials – 24% Disapprove

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