Innovative Research poll: A Quebec shakeup and shifting battlegrounds
The Bloc poses a problem for the big three parties in Quebec. The Liberals rebound in Atlantic Canada. And the Tories gain ground in the GTA.Two elections ago, the Bloc only managed to win four seats in Parliament. Today, a new poll suggest a surging Bloc is causing some major headaches for Canada’s three biggest political parties.
Elections Canada said Tuesday that approximately 4.7 million voters hit polling stations across the country in the four days of advanced voting that ended Monday night, a 29 per cent increase in the number of advanced voters from the last federal elections . The 4.7 million number also did not
While the NDP continues to lead in the polls , there’ s still a chance that the Liberals could see another election victory if the NDP ’ s support falters. According to the latest Mainstreet Research poll , some 35 per cent of respondents across B . C . said they would vote for the NDP
With just days left before final ballots are cast in the federal election, a new poll released Friday says the NDP has seen a surge of support among voters in British Columbia.
The survey, conducted online by Insights West, asked 1,670 adults living in B.C. who they would vote for in their constituency, if they had to vote that day. They were surveyed between Sunday and Wednesday.
If they had already cast their ballot during advance voting or by mail, they were asked to select the party for which they voted.
Results found the NDP pushed ahead of the Liberals for second place in B.C., with 23 per cent of voter support — up from 14 per cent in an earlier Insights West poll from mid-September. The Conservative Party still holds a steady lead in the province, the survey said, with 27 per cent of voter support.
After the Bloc's gains in Quebec, Liberals now have another worry: a climbing NDP
Jagmeet Singh's NDP is gaining in the polls after last week's English-language debate.That's because the NDP is having a bit of a moment. Both the Liberals and Conservatives appear to be losing steam, while the New Democrats have momentum heading into the election campaign's crucial final week.
The CBC News Poll Tracker is your guide to following the polls in the 2019 Canadian federal election . IVR: Polls conducted via interactive voice response, in which recorded questions are played for randomly-dialled respondents and answers are given via the telephone keypad.
B . C . Election 2017: NDP jumps to double-digit lead on Lower Mainland surge , two weeks before voting day . The NDP has jumped in front of the Liberals with a double-digit lead, according to a new poll Voters traditionally start paying attention to elections in the last two weeks of the campaign
The poll found support for the Green Party has dropped from 14 per cent in mid-September to 11 per cent. The poll did not present the Bloc Quebecois or People's Party of Canada as options.
Just over a quarter of those polled said they were choosing "the best of the worst" option, with another 22 per cent saying they were casting their ballot for one party simply to prevent victory for another party they like less.
The survey was the third and final poll of the election campaign from Insights West. The research company ran its first poll from Sept. 6 to 10 and its second from Sept. 19 to 23.
NDP support strong among younger voters: poll
A statement Friday from Insights West said the New Democrats' breakthrough appears to have come from women, younger voters and those voting from the coastal areas of Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island.
NDP sees support jump at expense of Liberals, Tories one week before election: poll
The Liberals and Conservatives remain locked in a statistical tie with just one week to go before Canada chooses its next prime minister. The latest Ipsos poll, conducted exclusively for Global News between Oct. 11 and 13, found that support for the Conservatives is down two percentage points (at 32 per cent) while the Liberals dropped five points (30 per cent).The NDP is up five percentage points since last week. If the election were held tomorrow, the party would receive 20 per cent of the popular vote.The Green Party and People’s Party of Canada keep steady at eight and two per cent, respectively.
The New Democratic Party and its leader Jagmeet Singh are making big gains in popular support and favourability in the final days of the campaign, a new poll suggests. The latest telephone survey from Forum Research shows a significant boost in voting intentions for the NDP from a similar poll the firm
The 2019 Canadian federal election (formally the 43rd Canadian general election ) is scheduled to take place The 40- day campaign will see the incumbent Liberals attempt to retain the majority they won in the In February 2017, Trudeau dropped support for electoral reform, issuing a mandate to newly
The big factor, the statement said, will be voter turnout: Nearly 80 per cent of Conservative voters said they were absolutely certain they will vote blue on Monday, but those who said they intended to support NDP and Liberal were less confident their vote would not change.
"Conservative voter turnout is something that party can bank on much more so than any other party," Steve Mossop, president of Insights West, wrote in the statement.
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NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh campaigned across Vancouver Island Friday, in a head-to-head fight with Green Leader Elizabeth May. The NDP has been dominant on the island, but the Greens have two seats and the party is looking for more.
Other opinion polls continue to suggest the Liberals and Conservatives are deadlocked ahead of election day Monday, raising talk about potential minority or coalition governments.
Scheer campaigned Friday in Fredericton, where he said — without citing specific evidence — that a potential coalition between the Liberals and the NDP might lead to a hike in the GST.
Trudeau addressed the statement at his own event in Whitby, Ont., saying the claim was "entirely untrue." Singh told reporters Scheer was lying about the tax hike.
The margin of error for the Insights West poll, which measures sample variability, is +/- 2.4 percentage points, 19 times out of 20. The statement said discrepancies between totals are due to rounding. Find the data tabulation here.
Liberals benefited most from strategic voting, poll of late-deciding voters finds .
Liberals benefited most from strategic voting, poll of late-deciding voters finds“This wasn’t an election where people were feeling particularly inspired to vote for something,” says Shachi Kurl, executive director of the Angus Reid Institute. “They were voting defensively.