Higher Taxes for Increased Defence Spending? Canadians Firmly Say No
In every region and across all age brackets, most Canadians are against more spending for National Defence
It appears increasingly difficult to imagine future federal governments, of any stripe, promoting increases to defence spending as a campaign promise.
New polling from Pallas Data reveals that most Canadians are not willing to pay higher taxes for more spending on National Defence, and that this opposition comes from all regions of the country, across all age groups, and even goes beyond partisan lines. Let us look at the numbers.
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