Federal NDP leader Jack Layton speaks to reporters in Montreal on Thursday. Results of a poll suggest if there is a coalition government, most Canadians would like to see Layton run the show.
The Montreal Gazette:
Ottawa — If Canadians find themselves being governed by a Liberal-NDP-Bloc Québécois coalition following the May election, they want to see the NDP's Jack Layton become prime minister, results of an exclusive poll for Postmedia News and Global National released Friday suggest.
Only 27 per cent of the poll's respondents said they'd want Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff to be top dog, compared with 14 per cent who support Bloc leader Gilles Duceppe and 59 per cent who said Layton.
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(By the way, any coalition would not include the Bloc Quebecois, so I don't know why this article is repeating a ludicrous Conservative talking point).