A general view of the pro-independence rally in Barcelona, Spain June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Albert Gea
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Several thousand demonstrators including Pep Guardiola, the revered former manager of the city's football club, rallied in Barcelona Sunday to support the Catalonia independence referendum called for October 1 .The same poll found that 48.5 percent of respondents opposed independence, with 44.3 percent in favour.In 2014, Catalonia held a non-binding vote in which more than 80 percent of those who cast a ballot chose independence, though just 2.3 million out of 6.3 million eligible voters took part.
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