...in new Decima poll, which identifies Alberta as their last stronghold:
The Conservatives still lead nationally, with 31 per cent support among decided and leaning voters, according to the Decima poll. The Liberals were next with 28 per cent, followed by the NDP at 18, the Bloc Quebecois at 10 and the Green party at nine per
However, their Alberta dominance can give people a false impression about how they're doing in the rest of the country:
...the Liberals lead the Tories by an average of three percentage points in the rest of Canada, including positive margins in every region, including British Columbia.
And so the Tory response is to bash mostly brown-skinned dual citizens to stroke the Goobers back in the bush. Not a winning strategy