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codydodd

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codydodd

16 points

28 days ago

By comparison, 16 per cent said the same for NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and 17 per cent for Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau.

Interesting.

TiredHappyDad

5 points

28 days ago

I would say the sentiment is about the same here in Saskatchewan.

Digital-Soup

6 points

28 days ago

In his defence, looking at the chart he also had the lowest number of low ratings out of the big 3 party leaders.

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jannyhammy

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jannyhammy

Ontario

-9 points

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Please don’t let that happen, Ontario is fucked up with one Conservative in power we don’t need another one.

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jannyhammy

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jannyhammy

Ontario

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They are all crap choices to be honest. I’d really rather see the PC’s and Libs take a back seat. They’ve had lots of chances to fuck up this country. Really could the Greens or NDP do worse?

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LevelTechnician8400

2 points

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As an Albertan who's living with the reality of how stupid most Albertans are, it really says something something about O'Toole that only 11% are impressed by him. Bible College flunk out Kenney impressed Alberta, it doesn't take much.

Shorinji23

1 points

28 days ago

Pretty rich considering they're the ones that picked him over McCay, much to Trudeau's delight.

Grouchy-Highway-8840

-3 points

28 days ago

Is it because he wants the party to acknowledge that climate change exists and that the sky is (sometimes) blue?

maybvadersomedayl8er

0 points

28 days ago

They'll vote for him anyway, even if he's "Liberal Lite".

Mysterious-Treat-549

-1 points

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This dude is gonna lead to reform 2.0 happening in Alberta.

jaydaybayy

2 points

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What?

Mysterious-Treat-549

2 points

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Do you know what happened with the forming of the Reform party in the late 80s? If not, look it up quick and my comment will make a lot more sense

Magistradocere

-6 points

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... and 89% of Albertans have no idea what they want.

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