New Poll: Trudeau Liberals lead Harper Tories by 3


Locutus
#1
A new national survey (June 25 to July 3, 2014) shows the federal Liberal Party with a 3-point lead among committed voters, at 34% followed by the Conservatives at 31% and the NDP at 23%. Among all eligible voters 28% said they would vote Liberal, 25% Conservative, 19% NDP and 19% are undecided. Since March, Liberal support is unchanged while the Tories are up three and the BQ is down three.



Liberals lead in Ontario, BC, Atlantic; Tories in the Prairies; 3 way fight in Quebec.

This survey oversampled respondents in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec allowing us to make more confident assessments of regional voting intentions. In British Columbia, the three main parties are locked in a close three-way race with the Conservatives at 32% among committed voters and the NDP and Liberals tied for second at 28%.

In Ontario, the Liberals and Conservatives are statistically tied with the Liberals at 36% and the Conservatives at 34%. The NDP is well back in third at 22%.

In Quebec, the Liberals have a 12-point lead over the NDP with the Liberals at 36%, the NDP at 24% and the BQ at 19%. The Conservative Party remains in fourth place in Quebec at 17% of committed voter support.

- See more at: Federal Politics: Liberals lead Tories by 3 | Abacus Insider (external - login to view)
 
Goober
Free Thinker
#2
These are more accurate.
Then you have the new riding's. In past elections approx 35 Ridings determined who formed the Govt.
That would/could change somewhat, the pundits would have better info on the new seat.

ThreeHundredEight.com (external - login to view)

 
IdRatherBeSkiing
#3
It's impressive to see those massive Liberal gains in Alberta I saw posted here the other day.
 
Goober
Free Thinker
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

It's impressive to see those massive Liberal gains in Alberta I saw posted here the other day.

I must have missed them.
Did a Liberal move into AB???
 
Angstrom
Liberal
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

I must have missed them.
Did a Liberal move into AB???

They must of cause competition is to hard here in Ontario.
Alberta even gets our left over liberals.
 
Goober
Free Thinker
+1
#6  Top Rated Post
Quote: Originally Posted by AngstromView Post

They must of cause competition is to hard here in Ontario.
Alberta even gets our left over liberals.

Nope. We call them workers out here. Back in Ontario they are called unemployed.
 
Walter
+1 / -2
#7
But...but...Turdoh.
 
Goober
Free Thinker
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by WalterView Post

But...but...Turdoh.

Not voting for either one.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by LocutusView Post

A new national survey (June 25 to July 3, 2014) shows the federal Liberal Party with a 3-point lead among committed voters, at 34% followed by the Conservatives at 31% and the NDP at 23%. Among all eligible voters 28% said they would vote Liberal, 25% Conservative, 19% NDP and 19% are undecided. Since March, Liberal support is unchanged while the Tories are up three and the BQ is down three.



Liberals lead in Ontario, BC, Atlantic; Tories in the Prairies; 3 way fight in Quebec.

This survey oversampled respondents in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec allowing us to make more confident assessments of regional voting intentions. In British Columbia, the three main parties are locked in a close three-way race with the Conservatives at 32% among committed voters and the NDP and Liberals tied for second at 28%.

In Ontario, the Liberals and Conservatives are statistically tied with the Liberals at 36% and the Conservatives at 34%. The NDP is well back in third at 22%.

In Quebec, the Liberals have a 12-point lead over the NDP with the Liberals at 36%, the NDP at 24% and the BQ at 19%. The Conservative Party remains in fourth place in Quebec at 17% of committed voter support.

- See more at: Federal Politics: Liberals lead Tories by 3 | Abacus Insider (external - login to view)


Another piece of NON news a year or more prior to the election!

Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Not voting for either one.


If the Rhinoceros would run a candidate he/she would likely get my vote!
 

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