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One quarter of French-speaking Canadians define themselves as atheists, according to a Léger Marketing poll conducted in May for the Association for Canadian Studies. Sixty-three per cent of those surveyed by Léger said Catholic, 3 per cent Protestant and 1 per cent Muslim. The rest identified with other religions or preferred not to say. The francophones surveyed would have included French-speaking immigrants and their descendants.

Contrary to Legault's claim, one quarter of francophone Canadians identify as atheists

Even among Quebecers who call themselves Catholic, many are only nominally Catholic. They identify as Catholic and they construe that as being cultural rather than religious.
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