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BCivil Charts

BCivil Charts

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Published by The Vancouver Sun

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Published by: The Vancouver Sun on Oct 18, 2013
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More politeAbout the sameLess polite
Next, we’d like to ask you some questions about manners, etiquette and 
civility. Compared to five years ago, do you think people have becomemore polite, less polite, or is the level of politeness you observe on adaily basis about the same as before? 
66%46%33%38%35%23%22%27%38%46%40%41%36%33%93%84%79%78%76%59%55%Parents failing to teach their childrenproper behaviorTechnology that enables people to talkface-to-face less often
People being too busy with their lives
The influence of television and moviesPoor examples from celebrities, athletesand other public figuresTeachers and schools failing to teachstudents proper behaviorPoliticians engaging in personal attacksDefinitelyProbably
 All things considered, do you think each of the following is responsible for the current state of civility? 
“Responsible” listed 
43%31%19%24%24%17%29%31%31%24%23%26%72%62%50%48%47%43%Driving a car / Riding in a carUsing social media (*)Shopping at a store
At the workplace (**)
Using public transit (***)Walking on the streetA few times a weekA few times a month
How often do you deal with someone being rude and/or impolite ineach of the following situations? 
(*) Social media users (**) Work at an office (***) Transit users

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