New poll suggests voters haven't forgotten about patronage appointment scandal - 2019-08-16

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F0.png New poll suggests voters haven't forgotten about patronage appointment scandal August 16, 2019, Colin D'Mello, CTV News

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government may be trying to move past the recent patronage appointment scandal but a new poll suggests voters haven't forgotten about the controversy and are expecting more to come.

The Corbett Communications survey, given exclusively to CTV News Toronto, shows 56 per cent of respondents perceive the Doug Ford government as being "corrupt," while 62 per cent believe "too many cronies" of the premier have jobs in government.

The poll was conducted between August 11 and 13 using the Maru/Blue's Maru Voice online poll, with a sample of 1099 voters.

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