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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