PM's No Show 'Wrong': Poll

Published: Wednesday, 09/06/2006 12:00 am EDT

According to a new Ipsos Reid poll, 54 per cent of Canadians believe Prime Minister Stephen Harper was 'wrong' to not have personally attended the International AIDS Conference in Toronto last month. Of this majority, 61 per cent of Quebecers felt the PM was wrong, followed by 58 per cent of Ontarians, while half of responding Albertans felt the PM was 'right' not to have gone. The poll was conducted for CanWest from Aug. 22-24.

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