Since April 14, 2013 — the day Justin Trudeau won the Liberal leadership — it seems that all the opinion polls have essentially said the same thing: 'The Liberals are beating the Conservatives.'
It's true: In a recent Globe and Mail article, polling analyst Eric Grenier deduced that in the 48 polls conducted since Trudeau became leader, the Liberals have either led or have been tied for the lead in all but two of them.
That's why the latest poll from Angus Reid is somewhat newsworthy.
The survey, released on Tuesday, has the Harper Conservatives ahead of the Liberals and NDP both in terms of 'eligible voters' and 'likely voters.'
Q: If a federal election were held tomorrow, which one of the following parties would you be most likely to support in your constituency?
|Eligible Voters||Likely Voters|
The regional numbers are just as astonishing, especially the shiftingRead More »from Federal Conservatives vault to the top in new opinion poll