It's been a good week for the 'dynamic duo' of Stephen Harper and Jim Flaherty.
On Wednesday, Angus Reid released the results from an online survey showing that 63 per cent of Canadians rate the current economic conditions in their country as "very good" or "good."
By contrast, only 20 per cent of Americans surveyed had a positive feeling about that country's economic conditions, while the level of confidence in Britain was found to be at a paltry 9 per cent.
The pollster also asked residents of the three countries how they felt about their personal financial situation. Again, Canadians were the most confident: 61 per cent of Canucks surveyed rate their own personal finances as "very good" or "good", while 55 per cent of the British and 53 per cent of the Americans queried said that their personal financial situation was "bad" or "very bad."
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The numbers bode well for the Harper Conservatives, given that poll after poll suggests that theRead More »from Canadians more confident about economy than Americans, Brits