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Who would vote for an interim Prime Minister?

Bill Graham is still puffing his chest out about the Liberals being ready to "fight an election" should the Tory government fall, but does anyone take him seriously? I mean, how many in the Liberal party would feel comfortable going door-to-door asking people to vote for an interim PM?

As a little experiment with blog polls, I have asked the question over on the right here. Come on in and let us know what you think.

[In a comment, Rob rightly suggests that this is not a very accurate poll. Scientifically, I'll put the accuracy at +/- 3.5% 0 times out of 20.]

It'll be tough to get an accurate read from that poll ;-)

What would be interesting is would winning an election under those circumstances improve Bill Graham's chances for the leadership? Would he then choose to run?


You're right, of course.

Is Graham even considering a run for the position?

Unfortunately from what I've read, no.

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