A cross-section survey of 1000 people in Bradford , made up of
Afghans, Albanians, Pakistanis, Indians, Poles, Iraqis, Somalis,
Turks, Moldovans, Latvians, Lithuanians, Bangladeshis, Ethiopians,
Russians, Congolese, Zimbabweans, Portuguese and Nigerians were asked
if they thought Britain should change its currency to Euro.
99.9% said no, they were happy with the Giro.