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      Polls - Public Policy and Electoral       Preferences

Federal Liberals Slip in Quebec

April 7, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between Feb. 12 and March 9 by Angus Reid, Ipsos and Abacus on a blended sample of about 12,000 respondents projects 127 seats for the Liberal Party, 120 for the Conservatives, 81 for the New Democratic Party, nine for the Bloc Québécois, and one for the Greens.

Virtual Tie in Ontario

April 1, 2014

conservative Polls conducted between in February and March by Ipsos Reid on a blended sample of about 2650 respondents projects 41 seats for the Progressive Conservative Party, 40 for the Liberals, and 26 for the New Democratic Party.

Little Movement in Polls

December 5, 2013

conservativePolls conducted between Nov. 12-27 by Ipsos Reid, Forum Research and Harris-Decima on a blended sample of about 4500 respondents projects 138 seats for the Liberal Party, 117 for the Conservatives, 71 for the New Democratic Party, 11 for the Bloc Québécois, and one for the Greens.

Minority Government Indicated

September 18, 2013

conservativeAn adapted seat projection based on polls from Harris-Decima, Nanos, Abacus, Forum Research and Leger Marketing conducted from Aug. 12-Sept. 9 among a weighted sample of over 8000 respondents indicates assigns 125 seats to the Liberal Party, 124 to the Conservatives, 81 to the New Democratic Party, seven to the Bloc Québécois, and one for the Greens.

Minority Government Indicated

September 13, 2013

conservativePolls conducted between Aug. 12 and Sept. 4 by Nanos, Abacus, Forum and Leger Marketingon a blended sample of about 6000 respondents projects 126 seats for the Conservative Party, 121 for the Liberals, 83 for the New Democratic Party, seven for the Bloc Québécois, and one for the Greens.

Liberal Momentum Abates

July 9, 2013

conservativePolls conducted between June 16 to 25 by Leger Marketing, Ipsos Reid, Forum Research, Abacus and Nanos on a blended sample of about 6000 respondents projects 131 seats for the Liberal Party, 128 for the Conservatives, 70 for the New Democratic Party, eight for the Bloc Québécois, and one for the Greens.

Federal Liberals Near Majority Standing

June 26, 2013

conservativePolls conducted between May 21 to June 19 by Leger Marketing, Ipsos Reid and Forum Research on a blended sample of about 4000 respondents projects 166 seats for the Liberal Party, 113 for the Conservatives, 55 for the New Democratic Party, three for the Bloc Québécois, and one for the Greens.

Federal Liberals Continue Surge into First Place

May 22, 2013

conservativePolls conducted between April 18 to May 2 by Ekos, Ipsos Reid and Harris-Decima on a blended sample of about 4000 respondents projects 137 seats for the Liberal Party, 120 for the Conservatives, 72 for the New Democratic Party, 8 for the Bloc Québécois, and 1 for the Greens.

Conservatives Gain Seats from Liberal Vote Loss to NDP

April 29, 2013

conservativePolls conducted between March 26- April 17 by Ipsos Reid, Ekos, and Forum Research on a blended sample of about 3500 respondents projects 45 seats for the Progressive Conservative Party, 38 for the Liberals, and 24 for the New Democratic Party.

 

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