Following text features the opening sentences of a March 15, 2013 Toronto Star article about the Toronto waterfront.
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David Juliusson of Toronto alerted me to this article. He commented:
“This shows the importance of vigilance on the Toronto waterfront. Subject: Toronto Star article. Two thirds of Torontonians visited the waterfront in the past year. Shows the importance of preserving the waterfront.”
New poll says two-thirds of Torontonians went down to the waterfront in past year
A new poll suggests two-thirds of Torontonians visited the city’s waterfront in the past year, despite heavy construction in the area
Forum Research Inc. polled 918 adults in a voice response phone survey conducted on Monday.
The poll found 66 per cent of those surveyed had visited the waterfront between the Don Valley and Ontario Place at least once in the past year, while 28 per cent said they went on a weekly basis.
The average respondent paid a visit about once every two months, the poll found.
Results are considered accurate within 3 per cent, 19 times out of 20, according to the Forum release.
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