Nine in Ten (89%) Canadians Agree that Government Should Invest in Infrastructure to Create Jobs and Keep Economy Going during Downturn

But only 68% Agree if the Infrastructure Investment involves Running Deficits

Thursday, October 01, 2015

Toronto, ON – Nine in ten (89%) Canadians ‘agree’ (40% strongly/50% somewhat) that ‘governments should invest in new projects like roads, public transportation and local facilities so they can create jobs and keep the economy going during an economic downturn’, according to a new Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of Global news. Just...

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Nine in Ten (89%) Canadians Agree that Government Should Invest in Infrastructure to Create Jobs and Keep Economy 
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