Thursday, November 26, 2009

Canadians mad at Cons... but not prepared to do anything about it

So given that 51% of Canadians believe Richard Colvin's reports of our government's complicity in torture, not to mention that 75% of Canadians are embarrassed about our the Cons' inaction on climate change, one would think that this should show itself in people's voting intentions. Shouldn't it?

The federal Conservatives continue to hold a 10-point lead — stable for nearly one month — over the Liberals, a new EKOS poll suggests.

The poll, commissioned by the CBC and released Thursday, suggests the Conservatives would have the support of 36.9 per cent of eligible voters and the Liberals 27.1 per cent.

The NDP would follow at 15.3 per cent, the Green Party at 11.4 per cent and the Bloc Québécois at 9.4 per cent, according to the poll.

While the Conservatives continued to hold the lead in voter support, approval of the government's direction dropped among those polled in the last week.

EKOS conducted the poll between Nov. 11 and Nov. 24.

From the CBC. So, fellow Canadians, what the frig is wrong with you?

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