Source. Of course, it remains to be seen whether this will hold. I'd like to see some seat projections based on these numbers; the difference between 15% and 20% can be huge.
Across the country, 33 per cent of decided voters (-1 since mid-February) would cast a ballot for the Conservative candidate in their riding if a new federal election took place today.
The Liberal Party is second with 29 per cent (-1), three points ahead of the proportion of the vote that the party received in the October 2008 federal election.
The New Democratic Party (NDP) is third with 20 per cent (+2), followed by the Bloc Québécois with nine per cent (=), and the Green Party also with nine per cent (+1). This is the best result for the NDP since an Angus Reid survey conducted in the middle of the 2008 federal campaign.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Federal NDP hits 20% in latest Angus Reid poll
This looks promising: