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Canadians think the federal government is too scared to confront China

A recent poll found that the majority of Canadians think the government is afraid to stand up to China.

According to the Angus Reid poll that was released on Wednesday it revealed 69% of Canadians believe the federal government is afraid to stand up to the Chinese communist regime which includes 46% of those who voted Liberal in 2021.

Half (53%) felt the interference is a serious threat to Canada’s democracy, and two-thirds (63%) believe China attempted to meddle in Canada’s elections.

Every major political party’s voter base, including 43% of Liberal voters, leaned in to view the alleged interference as a serious threat.

The government is has been weak in its response to the alleged interference according to half of all respondents.

A majority of Canadians (64%) also believe the government isn’t putting enough focus on national security.

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Jordan is a casual reporter for BC Rise


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