Four in Ten (43%) Toronto Residents Feel Their Area of the City is Neglected Compared to other Regions

Scarborough (60%) Residents Most Likely to Feel They Get the Short End of the Stick

Thursday, October 09, 2014

Toronto, ON – Four in ten (43%) residents of Toronto ‘agree’ (13% strongly/30% somewhat) that their ‘area of the city is neglected compared to other regions’, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Global News. Six in ten (57%) ‘disagree’ (11% strongly/47% somewhat) that they feel their region doesn’t get its...

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Four in Ten (43%) Toronto Residents Feel Their Area of the City is Neglected Compared to other Regions

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