Both Canadians and Americans view Osama bin Laden as a bigger threat to world peace than is President George W. Bush. The survey also
indicates that Canadians distinguish between their views of President Bush and Americans in general. And in other findings, two-fifths of
Canadians believe that Canada has been free-riding on national defence since the end of World War II.
While terrorist leader Osama bin
Laden is viewed in both Canada and the United States as a bigger danger to world security than is American President George W. Bush, there
is a significant difference in intensity of feeling between the two countries. In the United States, three-quarters (73%) choose bin Laden
compared to just one-half (49%) of Canadians.
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