Canadians Split on Whether Accusations of Robo-Call Conservative Conspiracy are True (50%) or Not (47%)

Four Percent (4%) of Canadians Strongly Believe they Received a Call During Election Campaign that Deliberately Tried to Confuse Them About Where to Vote

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Toronto, ON – Canadians are split on whether the robo-call accusations levied against the Conservative party about an organized conspiracy to suppress the oppositions’ vote during the last election are true, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Postmedia News and Global Television. While Prime Minister Harper...

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Canadians Split on Whether Accusations of Robo-Call Conservative Conspiracy are True (50%) or Not (47%)

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