Thursday, March 01, 2007

The Only Poll That Counts


The latest poll shows that the Harper attack ads and attacks on Dion and the Liberals has had an impact in the ROC. But the real poll is what their impact has been in Quebec, because Quebec is the key to any Liberal or Conservative victory. And their impact has been a big fat Zero.


Decima's poll, provided to the Canadian Press, showed the separatist Bloc Quebecois, which runs candidates only in Quebec, stood at 35 percent in the province, with the Liberals at 23 percent and the Conservatives at 15 percent.

And for those who think we are going to have a spring election sprung on us, think again...not with these numbers we ain't.


In an average of the last three weekly polls, the Conservatives have 33 per cent, the Liberals 30 per cent, the NDP 14 per cent, the Bloc nine per cent and the Greens 11 per cent.


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3 comments:

Erik Abbink said...

The latest poll shows that the Harper attack ads and attacks on Dion and the Liberals has had an impact in the ROC.

Who knows what changes people to vote differently?

The MSM gives WAY TO MUCH CREDIT to the impact of (attack) ads; and I'm surprised to see you seem to agree with their so-called "analysis".

skip sievert said...

Ah yes its the Price System so all is false. La La La La. All choice based on 'money' That ends badly. Politics is such a dead end. Technocracy is different. No politics. No special interests.
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Murder and Mayham rule this day.
Tommorow could be different.
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eugene plawiuk said...

Eric it wasn't a vote it was an opinion poll. The attack ads did have an impact in Ontario and the ROC as did the PM's attacks in QP and in the media. The messaging of the CPC is we are tough on crime and terror. With the Picton case in the news, and the recent murders in Alberta, the media focuses on crime and the govt focuses on law and order, this resonated in the polls. But polls are not the vote.