On immigration, Scheer is trying to please two different audiences at once - 2019-05-30

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F182.png On immigration, Scheer is trying to please two different audiences at once May 30, 2019, Aaron Wherry, CBC News

There's a crucial partisan division in the 2019 numbers, however. On the question of whether immigration levels were too high, 75 per cent of Liberal voters and 70 per cent of NDP supporters disagreed. Just 44 per cent of Conservative voters disagreed.

It's that breakdown of consensus that leaves Andrew Scheer trying to address two different audiences — to reassure the wide swath of voters who are basically happy with immigration, while also speaking to the sceptics who support his party.

The resulting tension was barely concealed in Scheer's remarks on Tuesday.

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