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Liberals getting 'hammered' in Ontario's 905 region: Nanos survey.

Published Thursday, September 26, 2019 12:13PM EDT


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TORONTO -- New polling suggests the Liberals lost support in the suburban areas surrounding Toronto in the wake of Justin Trudeau's blackface and brownface controversy.

The latest polling from Nanos Survey Research, commissioned by CTV News and The Globe and Mail, suggests Trudeau’s popularity in the 905 area code of the Greater Toronto Area fell by 7.3 percentage points in the past week. The 905 region represents the municipalities surrounding the City of Toronto.

The cellphone and landline survey asked decided voters: “If a federal election were held today, could you please rank your top two current local voting preferences?” and support for the Liberals in the 905 region fell from 47.3 per cent last week to just 40 per cent this week. Support for the Conservatives, on the other hand, grew from 30.8 per cent of 39 per cent.

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"Liberals with solid lead in GTA, suggests new Mainstreet poll"


https://ipolitics.ca/2019/09/27/liberal ... reet-poll/
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Neither of the 2 main parties are really making much headway in the polls. Something tells me it'll be a minority government unless one of them really *bleep* the bed at the debates or something.
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Frisk wrote:Neither of the 2 main parties are really making much headway in the polls. Something tells me it'll be a minority government unless one of them really *bleep* the bed at the debates or something.

A minority government would be the best possible outcome (IMO). Of course, that would likely mean a Liberal minority as it is highly doubtful the NDP or Green Party would partner with the Cons. Still, as long *bleep* he only gets a minority, Trudeau will be admonished as well as held accountable. The worst possible outcome (IMO) would be a majority government held by either the Cons or the Liberals. The best government we’ve had in a long time was when Stephen Harper was leading a minority. It is unfortunate his last term was such a disaster. It is also unfortunate Trudeau and his government never moved us to a new electoral system. With the increased levels of polarization in our country we should always hope for a minority government.
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People who actually have jobs and are self-sufficient are overwhelmingly inclined to vote Conservative.

Those who go downstairs to Mom's basement to digitally influence still support the lyin' Libs.


Canadians with longer commutes to work are more likely to lean Conservative: Ipsos poll

Among these commuters, the poll found a major difference in terms of who they would vote for on election day.

Close to half (44 per cent) of those who trek at least 10 kilometres to work one way — by car or public transit — would vote Conservative if an election were held tomorrow, while 31 per cent would vote Liberal.

“If you look at commuters overall, the Conservatives have a bit of a 13-point lead with them,” said Darrell Bricker, president of Ipsos.

“If you look at car commuters in particular, the Conservatives lead by about 20 points.”

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Pete Podoski wrote: Canadians with longer commutes to work are more likely to lean Conservative: Ipsos poll

In addition to the unfair burden any consumption tax places on low and middle income earners, the other big problem with the carbon tax is that it puts a disproportionate burden on rural folk. Rural areas will be far more likely to vote Conservative.
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Ka-El wrote:It is unfortunate his last term was such a disaster..


Who are you talking about exactly?
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Indigenous people have dumped the prevaricating racist Justin Trudeau.

More now plan to vote for Andrew Scheer. And support for Scheer is growing daily.


Liberal collapse

Notable is the collapse in support for the Liberal party.

“One in five are planning to vote Liberal, down from half who reported voting for the Liberals federally in 2015,” says the poll.

“A higher proportion (26 per cent) now plan to vote Conservative; the NDP (17 per cent) and the Green Party (16 per cent) are tied for third, while four per cent will vote for another party and one in six (16 per cent) are undecided.”


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Bad debate, dishonesty with the work history, Americano has all added up to polls showing the Liberals ahead of the Cons in percentage of the vote and as usual seat projections :200:

https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/electio ... er/canada/


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Pete Podoski wrote:Indigenous people have dumped the prevaricating racist Justin Trudeau.



Cons always told me Indigenous don't vote
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jimmy4321 wrote:

Cons always told me Indigenous don't vote


Not sure who these "Cons" are, but what I have found is that it's lazy loser Leftists who rarely get off their butts to vote, unless election day coincides with the day they have to go cash their welfare cheques.
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Here's the most interesting poll of the election. Feel free to vote on this one!

https://twitter.com/CIimateBarbie/statu ... 2109771776

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I see from this, that JRW is projected to win her riding as an independent. But strangely enough, Fuhr is projected to re-win his riding..

https://calculatedpolitics.ca/2019-cana ... -columbia/

https://calculatedpolitics.ca/2019-cana ... 3bbc7-3a07

Click on riding by riding seat project.

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