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POLL SHOWS BOSTON RESIDENTS NOT SOLD ON MEGAPLEX DEAL
Published July 17, 1995
A majority of Boston residents remain unconvinced that the $1B megaplex project should be built, according to a new poll in today's BOSTON HERALD. The poll of 301 Boston residents conducted last Wednesday, shows only 43% say they support the megaplex, 31% oppose it, and 26% had no opinion (Joe Battenfeld, BOSTON HERALD, 7/17).