Feb 17, 2013 / 7:47 pm
Canadians may be growing weary of, even hostile to, all those Economic Action Plan ads the Harper government has been pumping out for the last four years.
Eight polls the Finance Department commissioned between 2009 and 2012 suggest the TV, radio, print and Internet ads are starting to fizzle, and annoying some people.
The most-recently released survey has respondents calling the material "propaganda" and a "waste of money," while fewer people than ever are taking any action after viewing the ads.
The Finance Department, meanwhile, continues to air the ads, with the latest TV campaign kicking off Monday and running to April 30.
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