Quebec's secularism law, known as Bill 21, is a heated topic these days; polarizing both camps of the impending legislation.\nJust days ago, opponents won a small victory with the possibility of leave to appeal the July 18 ruling that rejected a request to have the law suspended.\nA Forum Research poll of 1,700 Canadians on what they think of Bill 21, meanwhile, shows that the majority of Canadians disapprove of the province's religious symbols law that bars certain public sector workers from wearing symbols like a hijab or turban.\nBut the same can't be said for Quebecers, where the majority of residents say they approve of the law.\nThe poll revealed that 59% of Canadian voters disapprove of the law while 41% of Quebec voters in the same group approve and 26% strongly approve. \n\n\n\n\n\n\nJust a friendly reminder that Quebec passed #Bill21 and if you're not happy you can take the 401.— Hippopotamus Quebec (@HippopotamusQc1) August 6, 2019\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nOnly 35% of Quebecers disapprove (as per Forum Research, "due to rounding not all numbers equal 100").\n\nREAD MORE: The 2019 Ranking Of The Best Employers In Canada Was Just Unveiled & Only 3 Are Based In Montreal\n\nForum research took into account voters age/gender, education, salary, religion, voting intention, and region. So who exactly does approve of the law in Quebec?\nAGE: Over 45 years old (46% of those are 45 to 54, 44% of 55 to 64, 45% of 65 and over)\nGENDER: Males (45% of male respondents support the ban)\nINCOME: earning $40k-$60k (43%) or $80k-$100k (45%),\nEDUCATION: Some college or university education (46%), or secondary school or less (44%),\nREGION: From Québec (64%)\nPOLITICAL PARTY: Voting BQ (87%)\nCALL FOR PAPERS -Critics of #Bill21 contend that the legislation interferes with the ability of individuals to practice their faith and places members of some faith communities in the untenable position of having to choose between their faith and employment.(1/3)— Cdn Race Relations (@CRRF) August 6, 2019\n\nOn the flip side, those most likely to disapprove were broken down as such:\nAGE: 18 to 34 years old (67%)\nGENDER: Females (64%)\nINCOME: Earning $60k-$80k (62%), or the most wealthy (64%)EDUCATION: College/university (62%) or postgraduate degree (63%)REGION: Atlantic Canada (76%)\nPOLITICAL PARTY: voting NDP (81%)\n\nAccording to a press release, Dr. Lorne Bozinoff, President of Forum Research said, “but in Québec? The majority approves. The provincial government gets elected by Québec voters, so given voters’ overwhelming support for the policy, it’s unlikely to be amended any time soon.”\nThis may not be good news to many Canadians.