Dr. Dawg

Canadians prefer coalition

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This poll kind of speaks for itself. But to repeat:

A new Ipsos Reid poll conducted for Global National and Postmedia News indicates the majority of Canadians would prefer to see a Liberal-NDP coalition government (54 per cent) than a Conservative majority government (46 per cent).

Better still:

If a coalition of all three opposition parties - Liberals, NDP and Bloc - were to be formed, 59 per cent of Canadians would like to see NDP leader Jack Layton lead it…Even Quebecers would prefer to see Layton (50 per cent) lead a coalition than Duceppe (29 per cent). Two in ten (21 per cent) would like to see Ignatieff take the reins.

Huzzah! This is going to be a good day.

[via Anton Wherry]

UPDATE: Good grief, when you lose the Toronto Sun and Robert Fulford in one day, you have to know your campaign’s in trouble.

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