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Voting Intentions In Federal Election ?

Voting Intentions in Canada’s Federal Election ?  

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  1. 1. Which party will you vote for ?

    • Liberals
      10
    • Conservatives
      46
    • NDP
      1
    • Green
      3
    • PPC
      1
    • Undecided
      3
    • Libertarian
      0
    • PQ
      0
    • No intentions of Voting
      0

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  • Poll closed on 10/22/2019 at 04:01 AM

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You sure know how to pick poster children for poverty.  First it's poor ,starving Tim Hortons franchise owners,  now the poor, hard done by oil companies. 

Where do I send a check to !

 

My God, they may have to down grade from their Global Express to a Lear. ??

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Great results so far in this poll. Will be interesting to see how it compares to the population in general on election night.

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No way Canada survives 4 years of a minority government. 12 months at best I see another election called.

 

”  Since Confederation, in 1867, we have not had an election where neither of the big parties won the support of at least a third of Canadian voters, which is what the polls say will happen today.

The Liberals are going to lose support compared to 2015. The NDP will have a similar result. The beneficiary is not the Conservatives, but the Bloc Quebecois, the Greens and the Peoples Party, all of whom are projected to win more votes than last time, however many MPs they get. In this, Canada is following an international trend. Nationalist and Green parties are increasing their vote totals in elections in other democracies, the result of rising anxiety about both immigration and climate change, and a fragmentation of the media landscape that is undermining consensus positions.

It was not inevitable, though, that both of our big parties would lose ground. Justin Trudeau and Andrew Scheer were both fighting headwinds, but both had opportunities to take different tacks that likely would have produced a better result.

For Trudeau, the disappointing outcome appears mostly to be the result of his own failures of judgement, personal and political.”

https://apple.news/AciLdUxwgRhmuHoLMDRljqw

 

Ontario & Quebec will sell out the rest of the country. 

 

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