Last week we commissioned a public opinion poll on Justin Trudeau decision to withdraw our six CF-18s from the fight against ISIS.
(By the way: Today the U.S. announced that not only were they continuing their air combat missions, but they were adding special forces on the ground, too.)
When we polled Canadians about Trudeau’s comments, we asked two questions: do you agree with him, and do you think it will impact our relations with the U.S.?
To my surprise, 56% of Canadians agree with bailing out of the mission, and 44% disagree.
Maybe Canadians are just resigned to Trudeau being someone who retreats in the face of evil.
The second question was whether Canada quitting the mission would damage our reputation with our NATO allies. 54% of Canadians agree that it would, 46% don’t think so.
You can see the full poll details here:
Look, no-one likes war. But there are some things worse than war — like allowing a terrorist state to take root. Our military mission is very low risk.
But for Trudeau, even that is too much.
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