Friday, August 20, 2010

Tories Gain

In the most recent EKOS poll, the Conservatives have a lead of about 4%. This is good for them, but as the headline says, that the landscape looks "as stable as a drunken bear on a bicycle." It seems like no political party can get a big lead for long. The Liberal party cannot seem to break the 30% point which is quite bad for us. However, it seems like we are rebuilding in Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. However, with the number of parties in Canada, each getting a lot of support from the public, it doesn't look like there are going to be majority governments in the near future.
The federal Conservatives have reclaimed a small lead after losing some ground to the Liberals, a new EKOS poll suggests.
According to the latest poll results, released exclusively to CBC News, 32.5 per cent of respondents would vote for the Tories if an election were held today, compared with 27.9 per cent for the Liberals.
Read more at CBC or the Globe and Mail.

1 comment:

  1. 27.9 percent would vote for Deputy Prime Minister Ignatieff?

    Woulda thunk it?

    ReplyDelete

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