Majority in B.C. say they’ve more in common with Seattle, Portland than eastern Canada: poll

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Two-thirds of British Columbians (66 per cent) believe they have more in common with their Cascadian neighbours in Seattle and Portland than with fellow Canadians in Toronto or Montreal.That’s the conclusion of a new poll from B.C.-based Research Co., with results unchanged from the last time the pollster asked the question in 2018.READ MORE: Vancouver-Portland ultra-fast train could be self-sustaining by 2055 or earlier: StudyAbout three-in-five respondents also said they believe their views are “different from the rest of the country.” That number was particularly high among people who voted Green in the last election, 89 per cent of whom agreed with the statement.WATCH: B.C. and Washington State promote closer tech ties