Trudeau Liberals lose public support after failed town halls
Justin Trudeau’s town halls appear to have backfired, as his Liberal party is now less popular than they were before the town halls began.
Here are the results from before and after the town halls, according to the Nanos Poll:
- The Liberals have fallen from 41.39, to 39.42 per cent.
- The Conservatives have risen from 28.44 to 31.17 per cent.
The results make sense considering the numerous bad headlines and gaffes during Trudeau’s townhalls.
From his refusal to speak English at a Quebec town hall, his dishonesty surrounding the Aga Khan trips, and his foolish musings about “phasing out the oil sands,” Trudeau is getting worse and worse at hiding his elitist agenda.
The town halls have exposed Trudeau’s ignorance and contempt for the day-to-day lives of regular Canadians. He has provided the same old political lines while promising to double-down on his destructive carbon tax and out-of-touch agenda.
Far from showing more of a connection with the Canadian people, Trudeau’s town halls have only deepened the sense that he is more comfortable spending his time around foreign billionaires than around the people who he was elected to serve.
Trudeau is the wrong leader for Canada
The stagnation and weakness of our economy, combined with our growing weakness in a dangerous and unstable world were already signs that Justin Trudeau was not up to the job of leading our country.
But now, his willingness to sell us out to China, and his refusal to take measures that would protect Canada from America’s upcoming business tax and regulatory changes – makes it obvious that Trudeau simply can’t adjust to the world as it exists today.
We live in a difficult, dangerous, and competitive era. Canada needs strength, we need action, and we need common-sense. Trudeau has demonstrated none of those things, and Canadians are paying the price.
His declining poll numbers and the failure of his town halls, is a sign that Canadians are realizing how badly Canada needs change.
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