More Canadians also open to voting Conservative than for any other party.
The latest Nanos Poll shows the Conservatives maintaining a lead over the Liberals.
Here are the key numbers:
Conservatives – 34.8%
Liberals – 29.2%
NDP – 15.6%
Greens – 11.5%
Bloc – 4.7%
People’s – 1.6%
In addition to the lead in direct voting intention, the Conservatives lead in terms of the most potential for further growth.
46.1% of Canadians say they would ‘consider’ voting Conservative. By comparison, 44.7% say they would consider voting Liberals, 37.5% would consider voting NDP, 35.9% would consider voting Green, and 8.9% would consider voting for the People’s Party. In Quebec, 34.5% say they are open to voting for the separatist Bloc.
For a long time, the Nanos poll had shown the Liberals in the lead, even when other polls showed the Liberals trailing the Conservatives. Recently however, there has been a noticeable shift, with Liberals support dropping to around 30% (give or take a few points in either direction), and the Conservatives maintaining a lead.
While the election is still far off and nothing can be taken for granted – especially with Trudeau’s Corrupt Media Bailout attempting to rig coverage of the election – it’s clear that there has been lasting damage to the Liberal brand, and the Conservatives have an opportunity to capitalize on that.
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