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Poll: 67% of Canadians feel everything in the country is “broken” under Trudeau

Friday, February 10, 2023 by: Arsenio Toledo
Tags: big government, Canada, chaos, Collapse, Conservative Party of Canada, Justin Trudeau, Liberal Party, Pierre Poilievre, politics, poll, survey


(Natural News) A recent poll found that 67 percent of Canadians believe their country is “broken,” as nearly eight years of Liberal Party governance under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have not led to substantial changes in their lives.
The Canadians polled were echoing a statement made last November by Conservative Party of Canada leader Pierre Poilievre that “everything feels broken.” He doubled down on this statement recently after Trudeau suggested otherwise. (Related: Trudeau’s agenda is ‘crisis and fear’ to increase power, Conservative MP Poilievre says.)
The poll was conducted by media company Postmedia in collaboration with market research company Leger, which surveyed 1,554 Canadians aged 18 years and older from Jan. 20 to 22 to learn more about their perceptions regarding the state of the country.
According to the survey, 67 percent of Canadians agree with Poilievre when he said that “it feels like everything is broken in this country right now.”
Furthermore, 50 percent of Canadians are angry with the way Trudeau and his Liberal Party are managing Canada today.
Sixty-eight percent of Canadians reported that rising inflation rates and interest rates and the worsening cost of living are the most important issues to them right now due to the negative impact of these problems on them and their families.
“I didn’t think it would be that high,” said Andrew Enns, executive vice president of Leger. “I didn’t think it would be that high. I thought maybe it was more a noisy minority as opposed to a prevailing majority opinion.”
Writing about the survey results in the National Post, Enns noted that the prevailing anger against the Canadian government has likely arisen because many people feel frustrated or powerless due to “a disconnect between what Canadians believe are the most critical issues of the day and the frustration they feel about where they perceive the government is focusing efforts.”
“If you’re in government, regardless of what level – federal, provincial or municipal – these are your customers, the general population,” Enns added. “They all interact with you in some form or fashion, and these are their opinions. And they’re basically saying, ‘We don’t like how business is running right now.'”
Trudeau unwilling to do what needs to be done to fix Canada

At the annual holiday party of the Liberal Party in December, Trudeau countered Poilievre’s comments regarding the state of the country by telling his own supporters that “Canada is not broken.” He added that Poilievre’s remarks are designed only to amplify people’s anger rather than “offering them solutions.”
“Oh, I just offended Justin Trudeau. He gets very angry when I talk about these problems,” said Poilievre at the start of a two-day retreat for Conservative Party members to plot out their priorities in the House of Commons this year. “What’s happening to our country?”
Poilievre accused Trudeau of being unable to see how much regular Canadians are suffering. “You [Trudeau] told us that better was always possible,” said Poilievre. “And yet everything is worse.”
The Conservative Party leader’s speech outlined the negative review of Trudeau’s nearly eight-year-long premiership, listing off the ways Canadians are currently hurting. This includes everything from high prices at grocery stores to crime rates getting out of control, especially in cities that have become “crime zones” under Trudeau’s watch.
According to Poilievre, Trudeau is not taking the necessary actions needed to reduce violence in Canadian cities. He then suggested that, if Trudeau is unwilling to fix the country’s woes, he should “get out of the way and let someone lead who can.”
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