5 janvier 2006

Federal election (Ekos poll)

New Toronto Star/La Presse poll puts the Conservatives in front 36 to 30. Undecided are at 10% and 40% are saying they could still change their minds.

At 20% in Quebec (margin of error 4,9%), the Conservatives are making important inroads mostly at the Bloc's expense.

Major finding: Harper in front of Martin in the "positive vision for Canada" metric which is a huge problem for the Martinites who want (or is it wanted?) to depict Harper as scary.

Update: According to the CPAC-SES, Liberal support in Quebec has slid to 24% with the Conservatives increasing their support in the province to 15% (the BQ are relatively unchanged).
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