Friday, August 03, 2012

And They Are Off.. PQ Lead!

In a snap poll done just a few days ago shows the PQ may form the next government. According to the poll the PQ will get 39% and the Liberals will get 38%, while the CAQ will get 14% and the Quebec Solidare as well as the green party will get 4 and 3 percent respectively.

The Reason this shows that the PQ will form the government is, because when only polling francophone people who tend to decide most of Quebec's ridings come election night the PQ have a strong lead. With 43% saying they will vote PQ and only 32% saying they will vote Liberal.The Most surprising thing about this poll is that at the end of July the CAQ was hovering around the low 20's.

Another reason to suspect that the PQ are in the Lead is that according to the survey PQ voters are more excited to vote than Liberal. With 96% of PQ supporters polled said that they were sure they would vote in this election. The Liberals didn't even get close to that number among there supporters.

Still the election is still anyone's game. In Quebec in only takes a few weeks for everyone to change there minds completely .

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2 comments:

  1. "And There Off"
    should be:
    "And They're Off"

    http://bobbiblogger.wordpress.com/2012/04/20/when-comforting-a-grammar-nazi-i-always-say-softly-there-their-theyre/

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  2. Completely proofed now.


    And They Are Off … PQ Lead!

    A snap poll done just a few days ago, shows the PQ may form the next government. According to the poll, the PQ will get 39%, the Liberals will get 38%, while the CAQ, Quebec Solidare and the Green Party will get 14, 4 and 3% respectively.

    The reason this poll predicts a PQ government is because when only looking at francophone voters, who tend to decide most of Quebec's ridings come election night, the PQ have a strong lead, with 43% saying they will vote PQ and only 32% saying they will vote Liberal.The most surprising thing about this poll is that at the end of July the CAQ was hovering around the low 20's.

    Another reason to suspect that the PQ are in the lead is that, according to the survey, PQ voters are more excited to vote than Liberal supports—96% of PQ supporters polled said that they were sure they would vote in this election while the Liberals didn't even get close to that number among their supporters.

    Still, the election is still anyone's game. In Quebec in only takes a few weeks for everyone to change there minds completely.

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