Only One Third (33%) of Ontarians See PC Leader Hudak’s “Million Jobs” Plan as Credible, Majority (61%) Oppose Pledge to Cut 100,000 Public Sector Jobs and Tories (29%) Have No Edge over Liberals (28%), NDP (26%) on Economic Policy

But Despite Rejections of PC Policies, Fueled by Desire for Change (72%) the PCs Still Lead with Voters

Friday, May 23, 2014

Toronto, ON – Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak shook up the provincial election campaign with a recent announcement that he would create 1,000,000 jobs as Premier of Ontario and trim 100,000 jobs from the public sector. But the results of a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of CTV and CP24 has revealed that...

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Only One Third (33%) of Ontarians See PC Leader Hudak’s “Million Jobs” Plan as Credible, Majority (61%) Oppose Pledge to Cut 100,000 Public Sector Jobs and Tories (29%) Have No Edge over Liberals (28%), NDP (26%) on Economic Policy

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