But no big surprise. After all, there's something about the guy that ain't kosher.
Iggy's screwing everything up, up, up... And will take the Liberal Party down, down, down with him.
Guess this little P'Iggy ain't all that smart after all...
According to the survey, 50 per cent of respondents thought the Liberal Leader was wrong to declare his party will no longer prop up Stephen Harper's minority Conservative government. Only 38 per cent thought he was right.
An overwhelming 73 per cent said an election is not needed this fall; only 21 per cent thought it necessary.
That may help explain why voters have veered from a net positive opinion of Mr. Ignatieff to a net negative impression.
Forty-one per cent of respondents said they have a negative impression of Ignatieff – a jump of 15 points since March. Thirty-nine per cent had a favourable impression, down six points.
Of course, there's still the possibility of a Party mutiny.
Liberal MPs can always refuse to follow Iggy's orders. Hell, they can de-throne him.
After all, they didn't elect him; he was imposed upon them against their will.
They might still be pissed about that. And the latest feckup by their appointed czar just might push them to dump (and stow) him.
He's proving to be as much of a bomb as did Dion.
Even Iggy's Evil Propaganda Wizard, Warren Kinsella, can't save Iggy... or the Liberal Party.