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Harper (43%) Continues to Best Layton (33%) and Ignatieff (24%) as Man Who Canadians Say Would Make Best Prime Minister of Canada

Ignatieff Fails to Beat Layton in Any Positive Leadership Attribute Studied, Including Best Prime Minister

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Toronto, ON – Prime Minister Stephen Harper is continuing to convince Canadians that he’s the best man for his current job, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for Postmedia News and Global Television. Four in ten (43%) Canadians believe that, among the major party leaders, Stephen Harper would make the best...

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Harper (43%) Continues to Best Layton (33%) and 
Ignatieff (24%) as Man Who Canadians Say Would 
Make Best Prime Minister of Canada


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