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Canadians wouldn't contribute more money into CPP even if they could: CFIB poll

Poll Watch | THE LOBBY MONITOR
Published: Monday, 07/13/2015 1:45 pm EDT
Photo courtesy of CNW Group/Canadian Federation of Independent Business
If you had extra money to put towards your retirement savings, which of the following would you prefer to contribute towards if given a choice? (% response) (CNW Group/Canadian Federation of Independent Business)

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