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If Libs can't be near 10 points ahead getting into this, maybe the chance of them losing to the Cons will get content Libs off the *bleep* and to the polls
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Frisk wrote:The liberals are down 1.1% in the cbc poll. It's interesting that the ndp seems to be courting similar numbers of voters from both the liberals and conservatives.

Not surprising though since the Cons are promising nothing new (come backwards with us), and have decided instead to double down on attack politics. This is getting real tired, real fast, ant impressing anyone other than the partisan clowns.
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A minority gov looks pretty certain tbh. Scheer's support seems to have stalled and the bloc is really digging into the liberals majority chances. Could be an interesting few weeks.
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Ka-El wrote:Not surprising though since the Cons are promising nothing new (come backwards with us), .


How so? This is a completely unfair and horribly partisan take on the Conservative policies. Shamefully partisan.
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Looks like a possible cliffhanger:
Liberals tied with Conservatives in seats
From a high of 166 seats in the national projection in the days following the French-language TVA debate, before the fallout from that contest was being registered in the polls, the Liberals have plummeted nearly 30 seats to 139. That puts them just two ahead of the Conservatives.

The close race in the national polls has now become a close race in the seat projections — meaning this election has become even more of a toss-up.

There is also now only a 25 per cent chance that either party can win a majority of seats.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/grenie ... -1.5317946
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It’s a nightmare situation for Justin Trudeau and the Liberals — the Bloc and NDP are rising and taking support straight from his camp.

The latest poll conducted for the Sun as part of the DART Maru/Blue Voice Canada Poll shows the Conservatives sitting at 33% support nationally, the Liberals dropping to 28% and the NDP rising to 20%.

https://torontosun.com/opinion/columnis ... m-liberals
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Wow the liberals are tanking in the polls. What on earth happened in the French debates? I must've really missed something.
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Well it's not so much a story of the Cons gaining any more support as it is that mostly the Bloc is drawing some Libs over, also the NDP but mostly the Bloc is the game changer making a less efficient Lib vote. Trudeau still gets Preferred PM in polls I've seen if only by a slim margin but I don't believe Quebec wants the Bloc at a cost of having the Cons in power federally, same for the NDP floater voters.
Guess we'll see soon.


https://secureservercdn.net/198.71.233. ... -10-11.pdf
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jimmy4321 wrote: but I don't believe Quebec wants the Bloc at a cost of having the Cons in power federally,


https://secureservercdn.net/198.71.233. ... -10-11.pdf


Why not? This is the best case scenario by a mile! Why would you accuse Quebecers of being less intelligent then they are?
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jimmy4321 wrote: I don't believe Quebec wants the Bloc at a cost of having the Cons in power federally,


I’m surprised anyone would make such a statement. The Quebec provincial government at the moment is very right of centre.
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Marked my ballot today so wait and see at the only poll that really counts, that's right election night.
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How will you vote in federal election?

Total Votes: 4617
Liberal 26.19%
Conservative 52.48%
NDP 10.44%
Green 6.89%
PPC 4.01%

https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-story--11-.htm


The unknown Liberal MP's guys haven't got their poll bot fired up yet for this one.
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