fiscal cliff' next week, Canadians are still confident about our economy heading into the new year.Despite all the news about the Americans going over the '
According to an Ipsos Reid poll released Thursday, 65 per cent of Canadians expect 2013 to be a ‘good’ year for the economy.
Moreover, 49 per cent of us approve of the Harper government's management of our finances.
"The polling we do every month in 24 countries around the world on 11 measures about the economy shows that the Canadian composite is the third highest — a steady increase over the past two years up from eighth place," explained Ipsos Reid vice president John Wright in an email exchange with Yahoo! Canada News.
"This translates into good approval ratings for the federal government as they are viewed to have the major role of stewardship for the economy."
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