71% of Quebec anglophones believe Bill 96 will hurt their financial well-being
CULT MTL: 'According to a study by the Angus Reid Institute on Bill 96, 71% of anglophones in Quebec believe that the bill will have a negative impact on their personal financial well-being. This is in sharp contrast to francophones, where just 14% say the same.
'Bill 96, or “An Act respecting French, the official and common language of Québec,” as it’s known legislatively, was introduced by the CAQ on May 13, 2021 in order to strengthen the French language in the province.
'One of the more controversial measures proposed by Bill 96, the implementation of stricter French requirements for companies in Quebec with more than 25 employees, is supported by just 8% of anglophones and 85% of francophones.
'A plurality of francophones (46%) believe Bill 96 will have a positive economic impact on their family.'
Having to speak the dead language of the conquered likely will also lower Anglos' self-esteem...