One of the two Quebecs believes that these convoys are the result of the unjust actions of the Legal government and the administration of other provinces.
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This was revealed by an Ipsos poll appointed by Global News and released on Friday. A sample of 1001 Canadians 18 years of age and older was interviewed, representing the Canadian population.
The Cubs are the most widely followed country in the country, believing that austerity measures have created the protests. In contrast, people in Alberts (25%), Saskatchewan and Manitoba (29%) and Atlantic provinces (33%) very few agree with the idea.
As a result of the siege that lasted more than 20 days in the city of Ottawa, more than half (54%) of Canadians believe the protests have contributed in part to the easing of various measures. However, the same percentage argue that what the protesters did was wrong and that there is no sympathy for them.
There are many media parallels between the various convoys and events that took place on Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021. Minister Melanie Jolie also made it very clear that she did not want “Canadian January 6”. “We know what happened in the United States on January 6, 2021. That fact must be taken into account. “
Most Canadians accept this comparison. More than 60% (29% strong / 32%) agree that truckers are largely anti-government activists, using anti-epidemic controls as an excuse to create chaos and disruption in Canada, as did the January 6 protest in the United States. In contrast, four in ten (39%) disagree with this pattern (20% strongly / 19%), which has risen to 56% among conservative voters.
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