Others have already weighed in on Quebec’s election results. But let’s note that for all the drama of an election where it was an open question whether voters could stomach any of the three main contenders, the outcome may set the stage for sweeping changes in the fairly near future.
I’ve already pointed out an . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: A wide open field
Teddy here with an interesting analysis based on recent polls and projections. The PQ, it would seem, appears to have lost their natural advantage with voters. The answer as to why, it seems, is actually shockingly simple. Lets compare some polls from Leger Marketing.
An older Leger poll, that has the PQ and PLQ tied . . . → Read More: Blunt Objects: Has the PQ lost their natural advantage?
Hello everyone, it’s been awhile! I know you all missed my quirky writing style and constant battering of polls, but everyone needs to take a hiatus every once in awhile.
But no more. Quebec has decided to hold a provincial election by September 4th, making this politically dead summer come back to life as the . . . → Read More: Blunt Objects: Quebec Votes, Blunt Objects Jumps Back Into the Action