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English-Speaking Debate Viewers Say Harper (42%) Wins Debate, Layton (25%) Narrowly Bests Ignatieff (23%), Duceppe (2%) Just Registers

Harper’s Performance Meets Expectations, Ignatieff Fails to Impress, But Big Winner could be Jack Layton as Majority (55%) Has Improved Impressions of NDP Leader, NDP Primary Beneficiary of Vote-Switchers

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Toronto, ON – Immediately following the English-language leaders’ debate, a flash poll of debate viewers conducted by Ipsos Reid has found that four in ten (42%) English-speaking viewers say Conservative Leader Stephen Harper won the debate, up from the 34% of Canadians who, prior to the debate, thought he would win.

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English-Speaking Debate Viewers Say Harper (42%) Wins Debate, Layton (25%) Narrowly Bests Ignatieff (23%), 
Duceppe (2%) Just Registers


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