Nine in Ten (89%, Up 21 Points) Indicate Willingness to Pay More For Products Guaranteed to be Free of Child Labour; Average Canadian Willing to Spend 23% More (Up 12 Points)

Monday, June 10, 2013

Toronto, ON – A new survey conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of World Vision Canada reveals that a sizeable portion of Canadians are in agreement that they’d be willing to pay more for purchases if there was a guarantee it’s production was free of child labour and exploitation. Nine in ten (89%) indicate their willingness to pay...

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Nine in Ten (89%, Up 21 Points) Indicate Willingness to Pay More For Products Guaranteed to be Free of Child Labour; Average Canadian Willing to Spend 23% More (Up 12 Points)

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