A majority of Quebecers agree with proposed legislation that would ban religious clothing and symbols in Quebec's public buildings, a bill that also has the support of the political party that could give the Parti Quebecois the votes it needs to get it passed.

Last week, details of the proposed "Charter of Quebec Values" emerged in Quebec media reports, which suggested that it would essentially ban public employees from wearing religious clothing such as turbans, hijabs and kippas, and other symbols, such as crucifixes.

The bill won't be officially unveiled until mid-September. However, a Leger Marketing poll says that:

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