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With the October 19 federal election quickly approaching, one of the key issues is fiscal management. Who is best able to handle the national purse strings?

CUPE Researcher Toby Sanger took a look at each party’s record, based on their time in federal and provincial governments.

His conclusion is that, based on factors like balanced budgets, deficits, taxes, and spending, NDP governments have consistently performed the best.

And which party is the worst? For tax increases, it’s the Liberals. For deficits, the Conservatives.

Toby’s full report is published on Rabble.ca.