February 22, 2003
Canadian support for war hits new low

According to the most recent poll, 74% of Canadians would support a war only with the "full support" of the security council. 61% of Quebeckers oppose war under any circumstances.

Seemingly as a direct result, the NDP now has 17% support, according to polls. That puts it second only to the Liberals, and ahead of the two right-wing parties, which the media has been inexplicably obsessed with for too long. The NDP hasn't been that popular in a decade.

Meanwhile, our Prime Minister is saying he is "not a part of the coalition of the willing" in French, and still waffling when he speaks English.

posted by dru in canada