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Trudeau pays price for crushing peaceful working-class protest as rating take a dive

National Post: 'Nearly half of Canadians said their impressions of Mr Trudeau had worsened because of his response to the convoy, one poll found, while another said a majority of people thought his words and actions had inflamed the situation.

'A Nanos Research survey found that 47 per cent of Canadians said their impressions of Mr Trudeau had worsened over his government’s response to the demonstrations, while only 20 per cent said theirs had improved.

'“What’s clear from the survey is that even though Canadians generally support what the prime minister has done, his personal brand has taken a hit as a result of the truckers’ convoy protest,” Nik Nanos, a pollster, told the Globe and Mail newspaper. “There’s no political windfall for Justin Trudeau coming out of implementing the Emergencies Act.”

'In a survey by the Angus Reid Institute, a polling organiszbased in British Columbia, 65 per cent of respondents said that Mr Trudeau’s remarks targeting demonstrators had made a tense situation worse.'

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