Nanos’ book on ‘voter rage’ to be released in three countries
By Peter MazereeuwFeb. 5, 2018
Honeymoon or not, Canadian voters are more pessimistic now than they were under the Harper government, says Nik Nanos.
Pollster Nik Nanos says there is one number the Liberals can't ignore as they head into the next election. Mr. Nanos is launching a new book on anti-establishment politics in Canada, the U.S., and Europe. The Hill Times file photograph
The federal Liberals will have to tread carefully going into the next election if they want to try to repeat their victory in the age of anti-establishment politics, according to veteran Ottawa pollster Nik Nanos.
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