'Sticker Shock' could give F-35 debate resonance: Pollsters

The Harper government has been able to withstand criticism of its new fighter jet purchase because Canadians are paying more attention to personal and family problems such as employment and health care, or consider the fracas to be politics-as-usual, say polling experts.

Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 09/08/2010 12:00 am EDT

The Harper government has been able to withstand criticism of its new fighter jet purchase because Canadians are paying more attention to personal and family problems such as employment and health care, or consider the fracas to be politics-as-usual, say polling experts.

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