During most news reports or panel discussions with media, it is often said that the In and Out scheme is too complicated for Canadians to really get it. Or, they suggest that it doesn't really register with the public.
Message to media who feel it necessary to make such ridiculous comments. Canadians are smarter than you think.
A new poll suggests most Canadians believe the federal Conservatives spent more money than they were legally allowed during the last election.
Fifty-eight per cent of respondents told The Canadian Press/Harris-Decima survey they don't believe the Tories' insistence that they did nothing wrong.
Doubts about the ruling party's response to the affair were most pronounced in British Columbia, Quebec and Ontario - the three most populous provinces that will determine the outcome of the next election.
Also, 33 per cent of respondents believed that if the allegations are true, the illegal overspending would have been a decisive factor in the Conservatives' minority victory in the 2006 vote.
Not only do Canadians get it, it would seem that all the ridiculous attempts by Poilievre to conflate the civil matter with the investigation have failed.