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Canadian's view on likelihood of adverse weather events 2017

Likelihood of adverse weather events according to Canadians as of January 2017*

by T. Wang, last edited Jun 28, 2018
Canadian's view on likelihood of adverse weather events 2017 This statistic shows the likelihood for adverse weather events according to Canadians as of January 2017. During the survey, 74 percent of the respondents said that an ice or hail storm were very likely or somewhat likely to occur.
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Likelihood of adverse weather events according to Canadians as of January 2017*

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