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Ipsos Reid: Half of Canadians agree with the 'Harper-as-Bush premise'

posted by dawn Geography: Canada Topics: elections

September 18, 2008

Ipsos Reid: Half of Canadians agree with the 'Harper-as-Bush premise'

A new Ipsos Reid poll reveals that Canadians don't like too much about any of the leaders in the current federal election.

According to the Ottawa Citizen:

"Stephen Harper is a George W. Bush clone with a hidden agenda. Jack Layton is not the champion of the average "kitchen table" Canadian. Stéphane Dion is not a team player and is wrong on the environment and economy.

Those are the findings of a new poll that shows widespread dissatisfaction and disillusionment with Canada's three national party leaders currently vying for the job of prime minister in the federal election."


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