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Nearly half of Canadians say their impressions of Trudeau have worsened over convoy protest response

Globe & Mail: 'Nearly half of Canadians say their impressions of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have worsened over his handling of the trucker convoy protests, according to a new poll.

'The Nanos Research survey found that just 20 per cent of Canadians said their impressions of Mr. Trudeau improved over his government’s response to the demonstrations, while 31 per cent said it had no impact and 2 per cent said they were unsure.

'The poll, commissioned by The Globe and Mail, also revealed a gender divide in the opinions of the Prime Minister, with 51 per cent of men saying their impressions of Mr. Trudeau worsened, compared to 42 per cent of women.'

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