Not campaigning by survey
Maybe it got lost in the mail — 16 times.
In each case, groups ask parties to respond to a series of questions. The organization then compares responses and communicates the results to their members and/or other interested parties.
The Climate Action Network says the Conservatives refused to participate in all 16 of the organizations it surveyed. Executive director Graham Saul says, “No wonder people think Prime Minister Harper is out of touch with their concerns. The Conservative party is refusing to engage Canadians on the most important issues facing the country today.”
— Alison Crawford
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- Just a Small Detail
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