New Poll Finds a Majority of Canadians Side with Ads Questioning 9/11

New Poll Finds a Majority of Canadians Side with Ads 
Questioning 9/11 
--51% Suspect Controlled Demolition of WTC Building 7 after Viewing Video of 
Collapse, Compared to Just 18% Who Suspect Collapse Was Caused by Fires 
--44% Support Investigation into Building 7's Collapse, Compared to 13% Who 
Oppose It 
--54% Believe Ads about Building 7 Should Be Protected by Free Speech 
BERKELEY, Calif., Sept. 27, 2013 /CNW/ - A new survey by the polling firm 
YouGov reveals that Canadians are not as opposed as some might think to the 
ads currently appearing in Canadian cities calling for a new investigation 
into the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7, a 47-story skyscraper 
that collapsed into its own footprint late in the afternoon on 9/11 
30-second video shown to 510 survey respondents across Canada: 
The poll was commissioned by the sponsor of the ads,, in 
response to criticism denouncing the ads as "disrespectful," along with 
comments made by the Chair of Ottawa's Transit Commission calling for a review 
of the transit system's advertising policy. The poll shows that a majority of 
Canadians actually side with in questioning the cause of 
Building 7's collapse. 
The ReThink911 campaign calls for a new investigation into Building 7's 
collapse as well as the destruction of the Twin Towers. 
Visit to download the full poll results and questionnaire. All 
figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. Total sample size was 
510 adults. Fieldwork was undertaken between the 18th and 23rd of September 
2013.The survey was carried out online. The figures have been weighted and are 
representative of all Canadian adults (aged 18+). 
CONTACT: Ted Walter, Campaign Manager,, 

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