Six In Ten Canadians Support A Pipeline To Refineries In Eastern Canada
Since Environics began tracking public opinion about the Energy East pipeline in 2012, between 60% and 65% of Canadians have supported the proposal to convert existing natural gas pipelines to transport crude oil from the oil sands to refineries in Eastern Canada and for export.
a sizeable proportion of Canadians have not formed strong opinions on Energy East
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