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Canadian Attitudes and Expectations Towards Public Broadcasting

Canadian Attitudes and Expectations Towards Public Broadcasting

Published by
POLLARA
on
May 26th, 2009

According to a new study from POLLARA, the vast majority of Canadian voters hold the CBC in high regard and believe the public broadcaster is underfunded.

The Key Findings from this report can be viewed here.

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