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COMING TOMORROW: Can Portia bounce back?

Published:Saturday | October 11, 2014 | 2:35 PM
Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller, president of the People's National Party, sprints to the stage, while security personnel provide cover during the party's 76th annual conference at the National Arena in St Andrew on September 21. File photo

Sunday Gleaner columnist Ian Boyne examines the potential fallout from the Bill Johnson polls and their implications for the future of the economy and the party.

Writes Boyne:

"While last week’s poll showed that as much as 65 per cent of Jamaicans identified unemployment as their major problem with this PNP administration, I don't believe the party and the party leader’s very negative ratings reflect just economic issues. I believe there are general leadership issues that must be addressed, but knowing the PNP, I have no doubt they will."

Read more of Boyne's analysis in the In Focus section of the upcoming edition of The Sunday Gleaner.


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