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    The majority of the citizens - is it correct?

    Is it ok to say: 'the majority of European citizens voted in favour of the proposal?'

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    Re: The majority of the citizens - is it correct?

    Is it OK to say: 'The majority of European citizens voted in favour of the proposal'?

    Now it is - though styles differ around the colon. Which bit are you concerned about?
    Note that the question mark belongs to your sentence, not to the quoted sentence.

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