Thursday, September 4, 2008

Federal polling II

This just in: Those numbers below are wrong!

Environics just released a poll that has very different numbers than the Nanos polling below. They show the Conservatives holding quite the lead on the Liberals, rather than in a dead heat.


What a difference a week can make? Bad polling? Different questions? Or just the nature of polling?

Last week's poll had the Conservatives at 29% in Ontario; this week's at 43%. Ontario and Quebec look like the provinces in which the Conservatives will make advances. (Outside of the cities, of course.)

It looks like Dion's plan of talking to Canadian's this summer about his environmental plan hasn't really worked. They just don't trust him to lead: three times as many Canadians say Harper will make a better PM (39-13%). What was Gerard Kennedy thinking...

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