No surprise there.
What caught my eye was this bit:
When asked if they agree with the statement, "I've tuned out of participating in any kind of political activity, including voting," better than two out of three, or 67%, said they disagreed with that statement.
Still, the last time there was a general election, in the fall of 2008, just 59% of eligible voters bothered to cast a ballot.
The second paragraph isn't relevant to the preceding one.
There is so much more to political involvement than just voting. The people who responded to that Ipsos Reid question know that; among them will be those who no longer vote but are otherwise politically involved.
Apparently, the pollster and the National Post have trouble sorting out certain distinctions, even when their own polling questions suggest them.
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