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Samara explains why populism is not on the rise in Canada

Political discontent and populism have been an ongoing concern in the lead up to the October elections, but new data reveals a different story.  Michael Morden (Research Director, The Samara Centre for Democracy) joins CPAC’s Peter Van Dusen to discuss the the Centre’s new survey: Don’t Blame “The People”: The Rise of Elite-Led Populism in Canada.

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