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Public backs Olympic spend

Public backs Olympic spend
The public have strongly backed the outlay on the Olympics in an end-of-year poll, with 78% of respondents agreeing that the games "did a valuable job in cheering up a country in hard times". The Guardian/ICM poll found support had soared by 20% since an identical poll taken during the games.

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