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Despite Election Rhetoric, Seven in Ten (68%) Canadians Say There’s ‘No Need for an Election’, Majority (51%) Says Country Heading in ‘Right Direction’, Minority (41%) ‘Wrong’

Volatile Party Standings Don’t Give Either Major Party Edge

Saturday, June 06, 2009

Toronto, ON – Despite rumblings and rhetoric that could potentially lead to a summer election triggered by a showdown over Employment Insurance, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of CanWest News Service and Global Television has revealed that the vast majority (68%) of Canadians believe that ‘there’s no need for an...

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Despite Election Rhetoric, Seven in Ten (68%) Canadians Say There’s ‘No Need for an Election’, Majority (51%) Says Country Heading in 
‘Right Direction’, Minority (41%) ‘Wrong’


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