Most Quebecers say less should be done to accommodate religious groups, according to CBC's Vote Compass results.

The findings released today are based on 260,000 respondents to Vote Compass between March 5 and 31. The data have been weighted using the latest population estimates to be a true representation of opinion at the time of the field.

When asked how much should be done to accommodate religious groups, a significant chunk of people — 59 per cent — say less should be done.

Meanwhile, almost a third of Quebecers feel there should be no change in the way religious groups are accommodated. 

Only 10 per cent of people agreed that a little or a lot more needs to be done, according to Vote Compass results.

Vote Compass' findings showed anglophone and francophone Quebecers feel differently about the issue of accommodation.

Forty per cent of anglophones say there is no need for more or less accommodation. Thirty-nine per cent of francophones say a lot less should be done to accommodate religious groups.

religious accommodation quebec vote compass

The majority of Quebecers - 59 per cent - believe at least a little less should be done to accommodate religious group. (CBC)

anglophones vs francophones religious accommodation

Forty per cent of Anglo-Quebecers feel neither more nor less needs to be done to accommodate religious groups, whereas 39 per cent of francophones say a lot less needs to be done. (CBC)