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Seven-in-ten (69 per cent) Canadians who voted for the CPC in October say they would change the electoral system, compared to just 28 per cent of Tory supporters who supported the idea in 2016.
There is an even higher level of support for the electoral system reform among left-of-centre voters.
Eighty-six per cent of New Democratic Party voters and 83 per cent of Green Party supporters want to change the electoral system.
Fifty-five per cent of Liberal voters also support the idea.
“Increasing approval across all parties has transformed this – at least for now – from a divisive to a consensus issue,” said Shachi Kurl, executive director of the institute.
— Angus Reid Institute (@angusreidorg) November 22, 2019