A Québécois poll

I got a request from the Association Humaniste du Québec to pharyngulate a poll, and who am I to turn away a mob of idiosyncratic and fiercely independent citizens? Quebec, as you may know, has been making great strides in promoting secularism, ending the nonsense of saying prayers before meetings and removing religious symbols from provincial establishments. There is still, however, a crucifix hanging in the National Assembly room. So here’s the question:

Le crucifix a-t-il toujours sa place au Salon bleu de l’Assemblée nationale? (“Does the crucifix have any business in the blue Room of the National Assembly?”)

Oui 60%
Non 36%
Je ne sais pas 4%

Singing La Marseillaise while voting is entirely optional.