Saturday, December 24, 2005

B.C. will determine the winner

The battle field may be Ontario, but in reality it will be the West, sans Alberta, where the race will be run and won come election night. In particular it will finally be B.C.'s turn to determine who is in or out of government. The polls shows the largest variation between the Conservatives and Liberals occurs in Western Canada. Leaving out Tory Blue Alberta which carries little variance, the poll has been jumping up for the Liberals ,NDP and yes the Greens and a steady decline for the Conservatives.

Western Canada
Includes: Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia

DATE

CON

LIB

NDP

GRN



FIRM

12/22/05

38

36

19

7



SES

12/21/05

39

35

20

7



SES

12/20/05

41

33

19

6



SES


Manitoba and Saskatchewan

DATE

CON

NDP

LIB

GRN



FIRM

12/22/05

41

29

27

3



Strategic Counsel


DATE

LIB

CON

NDP

GRN



FIRM

12/21/05

35

27

25

13



Leger


British Columbia

DATE

LIB

NDP

CON

GRN



FIRM

12/22/05

35

34

26

5



Strategic Counsel

12/21/05

39

29

26

6



Strategic Counsel

12/20/05

38

26

32

4



Strategic Counsel


DATE

LIB

CON

NDP

GRN



FIRM

12/21/05

34

32

24

5



Leger



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2 comments:

The Truth Hurts said...

Okay. Today's article in my blog is very similar to yours. I also describe myself in my blog as a just-society libertarian. Hmmm, God help me if I am a communist.

eugene plawiuk said...

TTH has done a great job in crunching poll numbers I reccomend you check his(?) blog out. If two libertarians come to the same conclusion are we Objective(ists)?