Angus-Reid survey shows Conservatives have largest number of committed voters.
A new Angus-Reid poll shows the Conservatives have the strongest core support, far ahead of the Liberals on that measure.
When voters were asked how likely they would be to vote for each party, here’s what they said:
Conservatives – 25% definitely will vote for them, 19% are considering voting for them.
Liberals – 13% definitely will vote for them, 24% are considering voting for them.
NDP – 6% definitely will vote for them, 26% are considering voting for them.
Greens – 4% definitely will vote for them, 27% are considering voting for them.
This clearly shows the Conservatives with the strongest committed support, while Liberal support is far less committed.
However, the weak committed support for the NDP is something the Liberals are certainly chasing after, as the Liberals pursue an anti-Conservative fear campaign in an effort to coalesce the left-wing vote.
Whether that effort will work however is doubtful, with as many voters across the political spectrum see Justin Trudeau as a dishonest, lying politician.
These results also give Andrew Scheer more room to be ‘flexible’ in his approach to voters and move in a centrist direction, since the core Conservative vote is likely to stay with him. In large part, that is due to the intense level of opposition to Trudeau among many millions of Canadians who want to see Trudeau defeated, even if they aren’t too happy with the potential alternatives.
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