2017 Polls

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Brand new polling in the wake of the Trudeau Ethics Report

Latest polling from Nanos

Liberals - 41.6%

Conservatives - 30.1%

NDP - 20.1% (stable)

Green - 4.2%

Bloc - 3.5%

Preferred Prime Minister

Justin Trudeau - 46.9 %

Andrew Scheer - 21.5%

Jagmeet Singh - 9.1% (increase of 1%)

Elizabeth May - 3.9%

Qualities of a Good Political Leader

Justin Trudeau - 65.2%

Jagmeet Singh - 40.1% (stable!)

Andrew Scheer - 38.2%

Elizabeth May - 37.8%

So the NDP has continues to go up in support!

http://www.nanosresearch.com/tickers/PDF/20171229%20Political%20Package%...

NorthReport

From a reliable pollster:

Here are the NDP Nanos polling results which today shows the NDP up each week over the past 4 weeks and up 4.9% since Jagmeet became Leader.  Not too shabby!

Dec 29   20.1% Up 0.1%

Dec 22   20% Up 0.9%

Dec 15   19.1% Up 1.6%

Dec 8   17.5% Up 1.0%

Dec 1    16.5% Dn 0.7%  

Nov 24   17.2% Up 0.6%

Nov 17   16.6% Dn 0.9%

Nov 10   17.5% Dn 1.5%

Nov 3   19% Up 0.5%

Oct 27   18.5% Up 0.8%

Oct 20   17.7% Up 1.4%

Oct 13   16.3% Up 0.9% 

Oct 6   15.4% Up 0.2%

Oct 1   Jagmeet elected Leader

Sep 29   15.2%

   

 

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Latest polling from Nanos (January 1 – 5, 2018)

Liberals - 40.9%

Conservatives - 30.7%

NDP – 19.5%

Green - 4.8%

Bloc - 3.7%

Preferred Prime Minister

Justin Trudeau – 45.6%

Andrew Scheer - 20.3%

Jagmeet Singh - 9.0%

Elizabeth May – 4.1%

Qualities of a Good Political Leader

Justin Trudeau – 66.6%

Jagmeet Singh – 39.5%

Elizabeth May - 37.9%

Andrew Scheer - 37.5%

http://www.nanosresearch.com/tickers/PDF/20180105%20Political%20Package%...

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Latest polling from Nanos (Jan 8 - 12, 2017)

Liberals - 37.0%

Conservatives - 33.8%

NDP - 20.0% (stable)

Green - 4.5%

Bloc - 3.8%

Preferred Prime Minister

Justin Trudeau - 42.7 %

Andrew Scheer - 22.3%

Jagmeet Singh - 8.1%

Elizabeth May - 5.2%

Qualities of a Good Political Leader

Justin Trudeau - 61.1%

Andrew Scheer - 37.2%

Jagmeet Singh - 36.6%

Elizabeth May - 35.5%

http://www.nanosresearch.com/tickers/PDF/20180112%20Political%20Package%...

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Facebook Likes

Justin Trudeau - 5.5 Million

Jagmeet Singh - 160K

Andrew Scheer - 123K

Elizabeth May - 100K

Martine Ouellet - 33K

Twitter Followers

Justin Trudeau - 3.92 Million

Elizabeth May - 303K

Jagmeet Singh - 123K

Andrew Scheer - 55.2K

Martine Ouellet - 22.9K

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Mainstreet Research’s new UltraPoll, a conglomeration of ten provincial polls where federal voting intentions were also asked.

Canada

Liberals - 40.3%

Conservatives - 34.5%

NDP - 13.1%

Green - 7.7%

Bloc - 4.4%

British Columbia

Liberals - 36.5%

Conservatives - 29.8%

Green - 17.2%

NDP - 16.5%

Alberta

Conservatives - 59.7%

Liberals - 26.1%

NDP - 8.6%

Green - 5.6%

Prairies

Conservatives - 46.1%

Liberals - 31.7%

NDP - 15%

Green - 7.3%

Ontario

Liberals - 44.1%

Conservatives - 36.9%

NDP - 12.2%

Green - 6.8%

Quebec

Liberals - 42.7%

Conservatives - 18.7%

Bloc - 18.7%

NDP - 15.6%

Green - 4.3%

Atlantic Canada

Liberals - 50.8%

Conservatives - 31.3%

Green - 9.8%

NDP - 8.2%

https://www.scribd.com/document/369669150/Mainstreet-Canada-Poll-22Jan2018

josh

Ugly.

progressive17 progressive17's picture

I think that Trudeau is still mainly on top because of the Child Benefit. I don't have kids young enough, but a co-worker with a kid in 1st grade says it covers the better part of their rent. A generation ago we got the baby bonus for our kids, but it was only $30 a month or so. I think the child poverty program should work more like OAS, i.e. the less income you have the more you get, instead of a flat subsidy for everybody. Even negative taxes should be progressive.
 

Mobo2000

Mainstreet Research are sort of meh, and their track record in the past hasn't been great.   This was an IVR poll as well which traditionally underrepresents NDP voters who are less likely to have a landline and less likely to respond during the day.   I'm not too worried about where the NDP sits in the public's consciousness right now, they have plenty of time to get on people's radar again.

Ken Burch Ken Burch's picture

Since we've finished 2017, I've started this thread to continue discussions of polls:

http://rabble.ca/babble/canadian-politics/2018-polls

 

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