During his 2015 campaign, Justin Trudeau often compared how opposite he was to former Conservative Prime Minister, Stephen Harper. It worked well, as the result was him and the Liberals winning a majority government.
To this day, in the House of Commons during Question Period, Trudeau continues to reference Stephen Harper. Many times, he has prefaced his answers to the opposition with “I see the Harper Conservatives are alive and well.” According to Lethbridge Conservative MP, Rachael Harder, he has said this “hundreds of times.”
Is this strategy going to help Trudeau in the upcoming federal election, or does he need to change his game plan? New data suggests the latter.