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Just One Quarter (24%) of Torontonians Believe Mayor Ford Should Currently Be in Office Today, Most (76%) Torontonians Want Mayor to Step Down Now

Despite Troubles at City Hall, Majority (65%) Say Province Shouldn’t Intervene

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Toronto, ON – On the heels of an admission and apology by Toronto Mayor Rob Ford for a series of drunken behaviours, including one where he was caught on tape smoking crack cocaine – an allegation he has repeatedly denied – a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for CTV News/CP24/NEWSTALK 1010 has found that just one quarter...

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Just One Quarter (24%) of Torontonians Believe Mayor Ford Should Currently Be in Office Today,  
Most (76%) Torontonians Want Mayor to Step Down Now


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