There’s been more then a couple newspaper op-eds in the Star and Globe of late worrying about the Liberals and Justin Trudeau losing their mojo and declaring they need to do something to turn around sagging poll fortunes. They seem to have been basing that on their perception of one particular pollster – Ekos – . . . → Read More: Scott’s DiaTribes: A reprieve from Nanos for the Nervous Nellies on Liberal fortunes
…is how it shows that JT is stealing from the CPoC as well as the NDP. For the conventional wisdom has 30% of the CDN population rock solid in Harper’s corner, yet this poll puts them below that threshold.
Murray Can Lead Canada Forward | Chris Wattie, Reuters (via National Post)
For almost seven years, Stephen Harper has been the Prime Minister. Canadian progressives unite in their call that “we can do better” and yet, little is done to meet actions with words. In the New Democratic leadership race, I backed Nathan . . . → Read More: centerandleft: Endorsement for Joyce Murray
A Leger Marketing poll was conducted between April 2nd and 4th, and showed the NDP on top of the pack, with 33%, leading the Conservatives by 1%. The Liberals were far behind at 19%, the same level of support given in May 2011. Leger’s information confirms another poll done earlier in the week by Harris-Decema . . . → Read More: centerandleft: Bob Rae’s Steep Climb