Wednesday, August 15th 2018

New Survey on Orange Walks

A new survey by Censuswide on Orange Walks in Glasgow found that two-thirds (67%) of Glaswegians would support a ban.

1,100 people took part in the survey, with 351 people taking part from Glasgow.

Matt Poole, general manager, said: "While useful for understanding the wider context on an issue, opinions are not always rooted in hard facts and figures, which is why we decided to carry out this particular piece of research."

In Glasgow, more than half calling for a ban (51%) said it was due to finding the marches intimidating and 52% said it was for disruption of travel.

A spokesperson for the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland said: "We note that the pollsters only spoke with 351 people in Glasgow. To try and suggest that this figure is representative of opinion in Glasgow simply isn't credible."

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