Thursday, February 24, 2011

Same Polls

There have been a few recent polls showing Liberal support tanking and Conservative support growing tremendously, not far from majority territory. It wasn't only EKOS that showed this, it was a few others too. Yet, EKOS' most recent poll has shown that support is back to where it has been for two years now. Conservatives at 32% and Liberals at 27%. No change at all and this is what I think we will be seeing for a while. People's minds are set and will probably not change until an election is called. This could be due to the fact that only 10% of the population is actively following politics. Once the campaign starts, people will follow. It is time to clear the air with an election.
The federal Conservatives' lead over the rival Liberals stands at five points, according to a new survey by EKOS, putting the parties back on a familiar footing after recent surveys showed a much wider gap. 
The latest results from EKOS, released exclusively to CBC News, found 32.4 per cent of respondents said they would vote for Stephen Harper's Conservatives if an election were held now, compared with 27.3 per cent prepared to vote for Michael Ignatieff's Liberals.
Read more at CBC. 

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1 comment:

    Bring it on!


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