Ottawa: Seventy-one per cent of Canadians surveyed think the federal government should spend more on health care and health transfers to the provinces.
Sixty-six per cent of respondents to the Leger poll are in favor of increasing government spending on a housing strategy and
initiatives to ease inflation and cost-of-living issues.
But 83 per cent agree increases in federal spending should be capped to avoid fueling inflation.
Pollster Christian Bourque says the contradictory results suggest Canadians want to have their cake and eat it too.
(The Canadian Press)

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