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People in the United States are more likely than Canadians to consider that Bigfoot is real, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found. In the online survey of representative national samples, three-in-ten Americans (29%) and one-in-five Canadians (21%) think Bigfoot is “definitely” or “probably” real.
While American and Canadian men are more likely to believe that Bigfoot is real than their female counterparts, women in Britain are more likely to think that the Loch Ness Monster is real than British men.
Originally posted by KaiserSoze
I personally find that rather dubious. I for one believe in Canadians, not only have I seen them I have actually met some of them. Canada is also home of the largest French population never to surrender to Germany.
Originally posted by wolf2420
thats because in canada the have samsquatches not bigfoots i hope you all have seen trailer park boys....