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Decision Canada: Full Update at 8 p.m.

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A full Decision Canada update will be published at 8 p.m. this evening, PDT. Tonight’s posting will focus on the Tory position on the arts and culture.

In the meantime, we’ll leave with you the latest CPAC-SES Research Canada overnight tracking poll results, which shows continuing strength for the Liberals, growing support for the New Democratic Party, while Stephen Harper’s Conservatives would seem to be faltering in the late stages of the 2004 federal election campaign.

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The CPAC-SES poll also shows a 3% rise in support for Jack Layton as Prime Minister, to 20 percent, while Stephen Harper’s support plummets.

One final item before signing off with this late morning post.

For those of you still confused as to whom (or for which party) to cast your ballot for next Monday, assistance in arriving at a logically consistent decision, based on your values, may be found by partaking of the Globe and Mail vote analyzer. Earlier on in the campaign, VanRamblings had offered the Politics Watch Quiz for vote placing assistance.

Partake of each quiz, and see which party’s positions on the issues are most in accord with your own.



Posted by Raymond Tomlin at June 24, 2004 11:00 AM in Decision Canada

   

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