Freedom protesters may spell the end of Trudeau’s career: Poll

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A new Maru Public Opinion poll shows a possible career-ending backlash against Justin Trudeau’s handling of the freedom protesters.

In a National Post interview, 32-year industry veteran John Wright, executive vice president of Maru Public Opinion said, “The last time I’ve seen numbers even close to this was in the final days of Brian Mulroney.”

The Maru poll, which was conducted from Feb. 9 to 10, found that only 16 percent of Canadians would vote for Trudeau based on his actions of the last two weeks. This is echoed in a new Abacus poll, which currently finds Trudeau to have his worst favorability rating in over a year.

Trudeau defamed freedom protesters as a “fringe minority” who hold “unacceptable views.” Aside from slandering millions of Canadians, the Prime Minister effectively disappeared for the greater part of the entire movement. This is allegedly due to contracting COVID-19, but since recovering, Trudeau has left his position again for a ski trip.

As a result, 44 percent of respondents believed that Trudeau’s statements had “inflamed” the situation, while 53 percent have said he “looked weak in the face of threats to the country.”

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