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Canadians Split On Whether Religion Does More Harm in the World than Good

Four in Ten (39%) Canadians – But 89% of Weekly Church Goers – Say Religion Helps Find Answers to What’s Going on in the World; Majority (61%) of Canadians, Overall, Say Religion Provides more Questions than Answers

Monday, September 12, 2011

Toronto, ON – Canadians are split down the middle on the topic of whether religion does more harm in the world than good, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Context with Lorna Dueck. While nearly half (44%) ‘agree’ (15% strongly/29% somewhat) that it does more harm than good, the other half (56%)...

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Canadians Split On Whether Religion Does 
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