The Trudeau Liberals are riding high.
According to a Canadian Press Harris-Decima poll released on Thursday, Parliament's third party can boast a support level of 35 per cent while the Conservatives and the NDP have fallen to 28 per cent and 22 per cent respectively.
The Canadian Press suggests that the numbers reflect Trudeau's "honeymoon with Canadians."
If that's the case, this honeymoon could last a very long time.
Aside from a few references to tariffs and the middle class in the House, Trudeau still hasn't really talked about policy.
Instead, his handlers have him criss-crossing the country acting more like a celebrity than a politician. On Thursday, for example, Trudeau made an appearance at a Winnipeg food court spending almost an hour chatting with patrons and posing for a lot of pictures.
If the polls are any indication, the sizzle sans the steak is working for him.
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