Gallery: Poll finds Canadian passion for hockey not impaired by NHL lockout

 

AN RBC survey conducted by Ipsos Reid shows that it takes more than an NHL lockout to affect our commitment to ice hockey. Here are the results.

 
 
 
 
<div id="page1"><b><u>56 per cent</u> of the 1,016 Canadians surveyed through Ipsos&#8217; Canadian online panel  say hockey will still be a part of their life,</b></div>
 

56 per cent of the 1,016 Canadians surveyed through Ipsos’ Canadian online panel say hockey will still be a part of their life,

Photograph by: Archive, Calgary Herald

 
<div id="page1"><b><u>56 per cent</u> of the 1,016 Canadians surveyed through Ipsos&#8217; Canadian online panel  say hockey will still be a part of their life,</b></div>
<b><u>86 per cent</u> believe local grassroots hockey will not be negatively impacted by the lockout.</b>
<b><u>61 per cent</u> say they will head out to major junior games.</b>
<b><u>45 per cent</u> will be watching hockey at their local community rink.</b>
<b>Besides watching local hockey, <u>17 per cent</u> say they will be playing the game themselves.</b>
<b><u>17 per cent</u> will be playing hockey video games.</b>
<b><u>15 per cent</u> say they will be watching hockey movies or highlight footage.</b>
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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