Canadians Losing Confidence in RCMP: Fewer Believe Brass (46%, Down 15 Points), Rank and File (69%, Down 13 Points) Doing a Good Job Compared to 2007

Just Two Thirds (63%) ‘Agree’ That RCMP Can Stop Harassment of Female Employees Among Its Own Ranks

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Toronto, ON – Canadians are losing confidence in the RCMP and believe they’re doing a worse job when compared to a similar poll conducted 5 years ago, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of Postmedia News and Global Television. While significantly fewer Canadians believe that both the top brass (down 15 points)...

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Canadians Losing Confidence in RCMP: 
Fewer Believe Brass (46%, Down 15 Points), Rank and File (69%, Down 13 Points) Doing a Good Job Compared to 2007

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