March 4, 2012

Bigfoot Believers: Americans vs. Canadians

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A new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found three-in-ten Americans (29%)

and one-in-five Canadians (21%) think Bigfoot is “definitely” or “probably” real.

“One out of five Canadians believe the legendary Bigfoot stomps through the forests. Americans are even more inclined to believe Bigfoot lives in the West Coast mountains.” –Vancouver Sun

Drilling deeper into the Canadian profile

The Vancouver Sun cites a new Angus Reid Opinion Poll. The poll compares West Coast Americans compared to varying provinces in Canada.

One out of five Canadians believe in Bigfoot (Sasquatch)

Bigfoot, also often known as “Sasquatch” in Canada, is said to be an extremely tall and hairy primate, almost nine feet (2.75 meters). The rarely-seen, or never-seen (depending on your view), creature is said to live in remote areas of Canada and the United States, particularly in Cascadia (also known as the Pacific Northwest).

You can read the rest of the report at Bigfoot Lunch Club

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