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November 23, 2013


Ford Approval Rate Not Moved by Crack Admission

A new Forum Research poll finds the approval rate of Toronto mayor-in-name-only Rob Ford holding steady at 42%, which is down just slightly from two weeks ago after Ford admitted to smoking crack cocaine.

"Perhaps most interestingly, 33% of respondents said they planned to vote for Ford in the next election whether he goes to rehab or not. And one fifth of those surveyed said they would support Ford for prime minister -- an aspiration he reiterated last weekend to Fox News."












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