NEW POLL: Liberals Stay Below 30%, Conservatives Lead In Every Region

Greens close in on NDP.

The federal Liberals continue to struggle in the latest Angus Reid poll, with their support still below 30%.

Meanwhile, the Conservatives maintain a solid lead.

The NDP is also watching their lock on third place get weaker and weaker, with the Greens closing in and now within the margin of error.

Here are the key numbers:

Conservatives – 37% (down 1 point from last month)

Liberals – 26% (up 1 point from last month)

NDP – 15% (down 3 points from last month)

Greens – 12% (up 1 point from last month)

Bloc – 5% (unchanged)

People’s – 4% (up 1 point from last month)

While the Angus Reid poll generally shows the Conservatives with a larger lead than other pollsters like Nanos, the trend has been consistent, and matches with what most other polls are showing – a Conservative lead.

Of course, while federal numbers give an overall picture, it’s the provincial breakdowns that matter most.

Angus Reid shows the Conservatives leading in every region, though some of those leads are narrow:

In BC, the Conservatives lead the Greens 36% to 22%. The Liberals are third with 20%, and the NDP trails with 18%.

In Alberta, the Conservatives dominate, leading the Liberals 62% to 16%.

In Saskatchewan, the Conservatives lead the NDP 60% to 17%.

In Manitoba, the Conservatives lead the NDP, with 51% to 20%.

In Ontario the race is narrow, with the Conservatives at 34% and the Liberals close behind at 32%.

The Conservatives even lead in Quebec – in what may be an outlier as it differs from most other polls – with 28%, to the Liberals at 26%. The Bloc is third with 20%.

And while the Liberals absolutely dominated Atlantic Canada in the 2015 campaign, they have hemorrhaged support. They now trail the Conservatives, who have 33%. The Liberals are down to 30%, representing a loss of roughly half their entire support in the Atlantic region.

Overall, this poll is good news for the Conservatives. That said, the election is not even close to being decided, and a small shift in voter support in Ontario and Quebec could shift massive amounts of seats either way.

And with their plan to try and control social media and control the establishment press, the Trudeau Liberals will be using every dirty trick to try and close the gap and stay in power.

This is no time for complacency.

Spencer Fernando

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Don Taylor

Canadian people aren’t stupid, like the Liberals think they are,BUT the people can see right through their Dirty Tricks and it will blow up in Turdeau’s face and throw him in the garbage dump where he belongs


Nice numbers! Do you love western Canada as much as me?

Norbert Kausen

They’re going to drop into negative territory!!! They will lose so badly, that they lose party status, just like the Wynne-bag liberals in Ontario! It would serve them right!! Once it happens, it is time to impose criminal investigations into Trudeau and his gang of crooks! The have committed treason against Canada!


Dropping into Negative Territory can’t come Soon Enough! Canadians may Finally be Starting to Wake Up. Yes, October Should Prove Non Status Party Status for the Corrupt Liberals. I believe, that if Enough Intelligent Canadians have been Paying Attention to how Traitor, Treasonous Trudope and his Corrupt Traitorous Liberal Cronies have been Destroying Canada, the Liberals shouldn’t even get One Seat! Let’s Make Canada GREAT Again! We Miss our Once Wonderful Canada!


The problem is Scheer won’t have the balls to go after Sock Boy and his puppets after the election, treason or no treason

Peter Breedveld

Voting for the People’s Party of Canada only helps Trudeau.


My own Ontario, rife with special interest groups and union interests. Smarten up.


Ontario, get your head out of your butt! You saw what the liberals did to this province!!!


Liberals are still way too low for this to be really believable.


Liberals are still way too HIGH for this to be believable.

Nicola Timmerman

We must have a Conservative majority otherwise there will be another election a month later and/or the progressives will blackmail Scheer into doing ridiculous expensive programmes. If the candidate in your riding is sure to get in consider donating to a conservative candidate in a swing riding.