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June 14, 2015

A picture says a thousand words... Good news for the NDP

A picture says a thousand words:

The Conservatives are down. The Liberals are down. New Democrats are up.
Less than a year ago, the Liberals under Justin Trudeau were comfortably leading in the polls... Today, the party is losing steam and in danger of dropping out of a three-way race with its erstwhile floundering opponents.
Éric Grenier of ThreeHundredEight.com
In British Columbia, since mid-February, the NDP has gone from 22 percent to 31 percent, while the Liberals have dropped from 34 percent to 27 percent. Across the nation the NDP have gained polling numbers in every region, while the Liberals have seen support decrease in every area. For the most part, the Conservatives have held their support, though it has softened. Importantly, they are now down slightly in Ontario, where again it is the NDP that shows growing strength.

We are now four months away from the election. The vote in British Columbia is set to be important beyond words on election night. The rest of the country will be waiting on our results. Voting Liberal or Green, especially in BC, will only help elect another Conservative government. And no one wants to do that.

Copyright 2015 by Jim Murray.

Full polling numbers and analysis at www.ThreeHundredEight.com

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