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One third of Canadians say they have a lot in common with Freedom Convoy protesters

National Post: 'Clearly a good number of people share frustration with the seemingly endless pandemic and the measures that are making life uncomfortable'

"The poll, conducted by Abacus Data, found that the public’s reaction and sympathy for the convoy in Ottawa and the following protests across the country were divisive and responses mostly correlated to one’s political orientation. People’s Party (82 per cent) and Green Party (57 per cent) voters are more likely to feel aligned with the protesters while the large majority of Liberal (75 per cent), NDP (77 per cent), and Bloc Quebecois (81 per cent) voters feel they have very little in common. Conservative Party voters were divided, with 46 per cent saying they have a lot in common with how the protesters view things and 54 per cent saying they have little in common."

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