Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Quick Poll Hit

From Decima Research via CTV:

...nationally, the Liberals had the support of 35 per cent of decided and leaning voters.

That compared with 32 per cent support for the Tories, 12 per cent for the NDP, 11 per cent for the Bloc Quebecois and seven per cent for the Green party.

In Quebec, though, the poll suggested the Liberals had more than double the support of the Conservatives, a sharp reversal from the election last January.

The new survey showed the Bloc with 45 per cent of voters, the Liberals with 27 per cent and the Tories with 12 per cent. The NDP had six per cent and the Green seven per cent.

Note that we must be officially "post bounce" by now. Note also that the NDP are tanking. Something I must write about someday.

3 comments:

Kevrichard said...

the NDP had the same problem in an earlier poll, my opinion is that it might be time for a new leader and revamp of that party if that they want to remain relevant.
As for quebec I'm wondering if its because Dion became leader, or if its just the dismal results of the conservatives that caused the drop .

bigcitylib said...

If they NDP underperforms next time out, then I'm sure you would see Layton gone.

But they are being pressured by the Green Party and a greenier looking Lib Party. Tough environment for them. The pro-union stuff doesn't move many votes these days. The enviro stuff is getting co-opted.

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