New Quebec poll suggests reasonable accommodation too accommodating of Muslims

According to a new poll from Léger Marketing-Le Devoir, three-quarters of Quebecers feel that the Charest provincial government is too lenient in its “reasonable accommodation” of religious minorities. 57 percent of respondents agreed that the provincial government should ban religious signs in government-related offices.

The poll results are not yet available to the public through Léger Marketing’s website.