Seven in ten (71%) Blame Canadian Leaders’ ‘Lack of Vision’ (41%), ‘Fear’ (30%) As Reason Why Healthcare Problems Remain Unsolved, Not ‘Lack of Money’ (29%)

Three Quarters (74%) Say It’s ‘Very Important’ For Political Parties to Have Plan That Address Doctor Shortage, But 74% Also Think Politicians Not Spending Enough Time During Campaign Talking about the Future of Healthcare System

Monday, October 06, 2008

Toronto, ON – A new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Canadian Medical Association shows that, on the eve of electing a new government, most Canadians are critical of their country’s leaders when it comes to addressing the problems facing Canada’s health care system.

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Seven in ten (71%) Blame Canadian Leaders’
‘Lack of Vision’ (41%), ‘Fear’ (30%) As Reason Why Healthcare Problems Remain Unsolved,
Not ‘Lack of Money’ (29%)

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