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      Polls - Public Policy and Electoral       Preferences

Liberals Surge in Quebec

September 23, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between mid-August to mid-September by Ipsos Reid, Abacus and Forum Research on a blended sample of about 5500 respondents projects 140 seats for the Liberal Party, 127 for the Liberals, 63 for the New Democratic Party, seven for the Bloc Québécois, and one for the Greens.

Near Tie in Regionally Polarized Electorate

July 2, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between May 1 and June 18 by Ekos, Angus Reid, Forum Research and Leger (Quebec only) on a blended sample of about 8500 respondents projects 127 seats for the Conservative Party, 123 for the Liberals, 80 for the New Democratic Party, seven for the Bloc Québécois, and one for the Greens.

Ontario Election 2014 Postmortem

June 24, 2014

conservativeDr. Barry Kay provides an analysis of the accuracy of seat projections for the Ontario 2014 elections.

Late Poll Trends NDP

June 12, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between June 4-11 by Abacus, Ekos, Forum Research, Ipsos Reid and Oracle on a blended sample of about 6000 respondents projects 49 seats for the Liberal Party, 38 for the Progressive Conservatives and 20 for the New Democratic Party.

Back to a Near Tie

June 10, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between June 3-8 by Abacus, Ekos, Forum Research and Ipsos Reid on a blended sample of about 5000 respondents projects 47 seats for the Liberal Party, 41 for the Progressive Conservatives and 19 for the New Democratic Party.

Polls Tighten Slightly

June 9, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between May 28 and June 6 by Abacus, Ekos, Forum Research and Ipsos Reid on a blended sample of about 5000 respondents projects 48 seats for the Liberal Party, 41 for the Progressive Conservatives and 18 for the New Democratic Party.

Liberals Edge Upward

June 5, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between May 26 and June 3 by Abacus, Ekos, Forum Research, Ipsos Reid and Oracle Research on a blended sample of about 5000 respondents projects 49 seats for the Liberal Party, 39 for the Progressive Conservatives and 19 for the New Democratic Party.

Pre-Debate Polls Indicate Virtual Tie

June 2, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between May 20-29 by Abacus, Ipsos Reid, Ekos, Forum Research and Oracle Research on a blended sample of about 5000 respondents projects 45 seats for the Liberal Party, 42 for the Progressive Conservatives and 20 for the New Democratic Party.

Liberal Minority Indicated

May 27, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between May 14-24 by Abacus, Ipsos Reid, Ekos and Forum Research on a blended sample of about 6000 respondents projects 48 seats for the Liberal Party, 39 for the Progressive Conservatives and 20 for the New Democratic Party.

Liberals Regain Slight Lead

May 23, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between May 12-21 by Abacus, Ipsos Reid, Ekos and Forum Research on a blended sample of about 6000 respondents projects 46 seats for the Liberal Party, 41 for the Progressive Conservatives and 20 for the New Democratic Party.

Ontario Opinion Polls Diverge

May 20, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between May 2-15 by a number of firms, including Ekos, Innovative Research, Ipsos Reid, Oracle Research, on a blended sample of about 6000 respondents projects 44 seats for the Progressive Conservative Party, 43 for the Liberals, and 20 for the New Democratic Party.

 

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