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Canadians Want Senate-Expenses Investigation led by RCMP (44%) or Public Inquiry (31%) as Just 13% ‘Convinced’ the Prime Minister Had No Knowledge of $90,000 Gift to Senator Duffy

Liberals (36%) Widen Gap over Conservatives (30%), NDP (27%) Still in the Hunt

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Toronto, ON – Canadians want the Senate-expenses investigation to be handled outside of Parliament and in the hands of the RCMP (44%) or a public inquiry led by a judge (31%), according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for CTV News. In fact, few (6%) believe the issue should be left to the Senate to investigate, and...

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Canadians Want Senate-Expenses Investigation led by RCMP (44%) or Public Inquiry (31%) as Just 13% ‘Convinced’ the Prime Minister Had No Knowledge of $90,000 Gift to Senator Duffy


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