Politics Nik Nanos on why the number 18 matters to Justin Trudeau Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 05 2012, 6:59 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Oct. 05 2012, 6:59 PM EDT Nik Nanos and Gloria Galloway discuss Justin Trudeau's chances of becoming the 18th leader of the Liberal Party of Canada Watch More Video: What Justin Trudeau gains in brand, he may lack in policy Justin Trudeau questions timing of Canada Post news Justin Trudeau calls for more mental health help for soldiers Mixed reactions to MP Michael Chong's accountability bill Justin Trudeau won't apologize for using Layton's last words Stephen Harper calls Nigel Wright's cheque a 'gift' Justin Trudeau defends his use of Jack Layton's dying words Liberals squeak by in Toronto-Centre Why the Conservatives should be worried about the by-election results Chrystia Freeland's message for Harper? Watch out! Justin Trudeau: PM 'guilty of corruption' in Senate scandal Trudeau, Mulcair call out Conservatives over Rob Ford ties Are the Senate suspensions a victory for Harper? Pamela Wallin: Senate suspensions a 'sad day for democracy' Liberals say they aren't playing politics with Senate vote Rana Bokhari wins Manitoba Liberal leadership Stephen Harper faces Opposition attacks on Senate scandal Trudeau, Mulcair demand Senate answers from Stephen Harper Who are Canada's most and least popular politicians? Why Mulcair hopes you won't forget about the Senate Comments AA More Related to this Story On day of LeBlanc endorsement, poll shows Trudeau could recreate Liberals Globe editorial Liberal Party needs a leadership race, not a coronation News quiz: What does Justin Trudeau think of Canada's middle class?