Fewer Canadians identifying as conservative, while Liberals re-emerging, says pollster Turcotte

Pollster and Carleton University Professor Andre Turcotte says conservatives can’t just dismiss the results of this year’s survey of political attitudes in Canada as circumstantial or the result of a Trudeau effect.

Pollster André Turcotte, left, pictured with Mitch Wexler at a previous Manning Centre Networking Conference in Ottawa. The Hill Times file photograph

By Laura Ryckewaert

PUBLISHED :Saturday, March 1, 2014 12:43 AM

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