Four in Ten (40%) Voters Struggle to Differentiate Among Canada’s Political Parties, Particularly Between the Liberals and NDP

But NDP Seen as Different Party from Ten Years Ago, Most View Conservatives as Same Old Party, Voters Equally Split on Liberal Party

Saturday, September 05, 2015

Toronto, ON – Four in ten (40%) eligible voters in Canada ‘agree’ (9% strongly/31% somewhat) that ‘all of the major political parties are basically the same’, according to an Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global News. However, six in ten (60%) ‘disagree’ (26% strongly/34% somewhat) that this is the case, believing that the parties are...

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Four in Ten (40%) Voters Struggle to Differentiate Among Canada’s
Political Parties, Particularly Between the Liberals and NDP

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