Harper likely to win with big majority
This time it is expected that Harper will be winning with majority, as the public is confident about his vision that will lead country to the way of progress.
As elections is just round the corner in Canada, an exclusive poll held for Postmedia News suggests that almost 50 per cent of its respondents, still find that Stephen Harper would form the finest Prime Minster for the coming years.
On being asked by the respondents whom do they find most trustworthy out of all the leaders, as much as of 42 per cent of the total respondents showed that they full confidence over Harper and hence poled out to be as most trustworthy of all.
He has also been ranked as first amongst all the other competing leaders for having most supporting vision for the country. 45 per cent of the respondents felt that he have the vision to take countries to the heights in the coming years.
The public have developed confidence over Harper after five years of his service to the country. The public have noticed the work done by him on the hard edges and formed a good image by making people more comfortable as compared to their before situations. Now the Harper has altogether better knowledge about the situations in the country.
According to the poll, only 49 per cent of the respondents felt that the conservative leaders may turn out to be the best prime minster of the country. Followed by the NDP leader, in whom only 34 per cent placed their trust while only 17 per cent respondents felt that Liberal leader could contribute as the finest amongst all. Minority of 9 per cent of the poll respondents had a view that Bloc Quebecois leader as their choice to run the country’s administration.
As per the poll 39 per cent of the respondents believed that Harper has strong agenda to further support the country, whereas 46 per cent felt that Michael Ignatieff, the Conservative leader doesn’t have an agenda as strong as him. Ignatieff could attain the public’s confidence, as they really don’t get what a former Harvard University Professor exactly wants to do. He has been ranked quiet lowly when it came to the trustworthiness of the leader only 15 per cent of the respondents could show confidence in him.
The leaders were ranked quiet similarly when Canadians were asked as to who they most thought and wanted to be prime minister for the right reasons.
As when the question was turned to who have the brightest vision for the country after Harper, 30 per cent respondents polled for Layton, followed by Ignatieff with 18 per cent.