Canada: "Trudeauless Tuesday" Is Trending On Twitter & It Shows Just How Divided Voters Are - - PressFrom - Canada
  •   
  •   
  •   

Canada "Trudeauless Tuesday" Is Trending On Twitter & It Shows Just How Divided Voters Are

18:50  21 october  2019
18:50  21 october  2019 Source:   narcity.com

Liberal appeal for strategic votes in B.C. Interior is 'fear-mongering,' Green candidate says

  Liberal appeal for strategic votes in B.C. Interior is 'fear-mongering,' Green candidate says The Liberal candidate for Cariboo–Prince George is making a direct appeal to NDP and Green supporters to vote strategically in an effort to flip the longtime Conservative riding, a move the local Green Party candidate has denounced as "fear-mongering."The Liberal candidate for Cariboo–Prince George is making a direct appeal to NDP and Green supporters to vote strategically in an effort to flip the longtime Conservative riding, a move the local Green Party candidate has denounced as "fear-mongering.

Voters are tired of Democrats’ baseless witch hunts. @realDonaldTrump’s supporters fueled another record-breaking fundraising month — the most either party has Congress never voted to send troops to Syria, but in five minutes we will be voting on a resolution that disapproves of Trump removing them.

Trending . Search Metro. Follow us. The poll shows 41 per cent of remain voters thought Parliament should reject the deal, compared to 24 per cent who thought MPs should approve it . Leave and Tory voters are both split on whether it would acceptable for Brexit to be delayed by a few

a sign on the side of a road© Marc Bruxelle | Dreamstime

It's election day in Canada and everyone is getting ready to cast their ballots. Some major political rivalry has been going on nation-wide and we've all been unable to turn away from watching our prospective leaders challenge each other with their opposing views. Election day in Canada has also seen lots of opinions circulating the internet about the future of our country, including a "Trudeauless Tuesday" hashtag that is trending on Twitter.

As people start to go and vote today, Twitter has been loaded with tons of voters sharing their political opinions in their final hours before a new Prime Minister is named.

NDP sees surge of support from B.C. voters in election's final days, poll finds

  NDP sees surge of support from B.C. voters in election's final days, poll finds 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.

A spate of post-election polls show just how divided the country is in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory. Here’s a look at the divisions , by the The same survey found that Clinton and Trump voters are wildly divided in their feelings about his election. Ninety-six percent of Trump voters say they’re

Here’s how Twitter determines what makes a trending topic Trends are determined by a combination of volume and how much time it takes to create volume. And then the trolls showed up. Those opposing campaign finance reforms started weighing in on the Twitter town hall, but weren’t

As #TrudeaulessTuesday trends on Twitter, voters are sharing their reasons why they are not voting for Trudeau this year. Meanwhile, his supporters are firing back at the hashtag, sharing their views on why they think a Trudeauless Tuesday would be a bad move for Canada.

It is clear to see that Canadians are not seeing eye-to-eye on who deserves to be the Prime Minister of the country. It's been a close call between the Conservatives and the Liberals, and updates on the election polls have been swinging back and forth between Scheer and Trudeau.

The CBC poll tracker shows that as of yesterday, October 20 at 11:38 p.m., the Liberals are in the lead, with 32 percent of the vote, while the Conservatives are close behind at 31.6 percent.

a screenshot of a cell phone© Canada Poll Tracker | CBC News

Meanwhile, on Twitter, Canadians are sharing their reasons for voting for or against Trudeau.

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh appealing to young voters on eve of election

  NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh appealing to young voters on eve of election VANCOUVER — NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says appealing to young voters and speaking to them where they are has been a key part of his campaign strategy. The New Democrat leader says young voters have told him they often feel ignored by political parties and by government decision-makers. That's why he says he has made it a big part of his campaign to try to reach out to younger voters in ways that are relevant to them and on platforms they regularly use.Singh posted two 15-second videos this week to the social media app TikTok highlighting his campaign's key messages — videos that have been collectively viewed over three million times.

“One way of thinking about what populism is , it ’s a movement that denies that the people who disagree with it are really members of the nation,” he says. Moltchanova said the danger is not just that people are divided but that the division creates fundamental questions about what it means to

Staggering numbers of poor and black voters reported that Wisconsin’s voter ID law kept them from voting in the 2016 presidential election in a state that Donald Trump won by just one percentage point, according to a new study from the University of Wisconsin.

Some users are targetting the current Prime Minister, stating, "#TrudeaulessTuesday because those carbon tax rebates don't even begin to cover the price rise of groceries that came with it."

While another user states, "Enough of the lies. Enough of the scandal. Enough of the division. Enough of Justin Trudeau."

It seems like Canadians are feeling passionate.

Obviously, the Trudeauless Tuesday hashtag mainly showcases people who don't support the Liberals. However, many Liberal supporters have also used the hashtag to state why a Trudeauless Tuesday would be a bad idea.

One user even stating, "Today I am praying for the people/bots on this thread to disappear with their hateful views. Trudeau has been a good PM."

Canada Cancelled “I Voted” Stickers This Year & They May Not Come Back

  Canada Cancelled “I Voted” Stickers This Year & They May Not Come Back We need validation!

The referendum showed just how divided we are . Just look at the portion of voters that did not even bother to go to the polls. It shows we are responsible people. I think that Colombians, despite their common wish for peace, know that a peace badly done means more trouble for the future.

How can the US recover after the negative, partisan presidential election of 2016? Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt studies the morals that form the basis of our political choices. In conversation with TED Curator Chris Anderson

Go and vote today, Canada!

There are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.

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.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 22
This is interesting!