NANOS POLL: Conservatives & Liberals Tied

The Nanos Poll usually shows the Liberals with the lead, even when other polls had shown the Conservatives ahead.

A new Nanos Poll shows the Conservatives and Liberals tied, while the NDP continues to lag far behind.

Here are the key numbers:

The Conservatives have 35.9%, the Liberals have 35.8%, while the NDP are at 19%.

The Bloc continues their slide towards irrelevancy at just 2%, while the Greens have 6.1% support.

When it comes to the choice for “preferred Prime Minister,” Trudeau leads with 41%, Scheer follows with 25%, and Singh is at just 6%, tied with Elizabeth May.

Notably however, the long-term trend for Trudeau has been downward, while Scheer has slowly risen over time.

The poll also compared how many Canadians are willing to ‘consider’ voting for each party:

51.8% say they are willing to consider voting Liberal, compared to 50.1% who are willing to consider voting Conservative.

The ‘consider’ numbers for the NDP are far worse. Just 41% would consider voting for the NDP, while 49% won’t consider it. Those numbers will add to the growing doubts about Jagmeet Singh’s leadership, as his time helming the party has seen them get crushed in byelections, struggle to raise money, and languish in the polls.

Overall, we’re seeing a trend in the polls of a narrow race between the Conservatives and Liberals. While the Liberals have received a temporary boost in other polls from the trade fight with the US, there are clearly many Canadians willing to consider throwing the Liberals out of office, and the Conservatives have the chance to make Trudeau a one-term PM.

Still, much more must be done to expose Trudeau’s failures, and the establishment media will do everything possible to protect him as the election grows nearer. It will not be easy.

Spencer Fernando

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Ron Voss
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Ron Voss

With the litany of Liberal disasters, it should not even be close! Trudeau preferred as PM??

alan skelhorne
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i don,t believe that bs at all, don,t forget this is a nanos poll.
i bet you the pc,s are so far ahead, that nanos doesn,t want to show everyone how trudeau is failing big time.

Glen Aldridge
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Glen Aldridge

You really have to wonder who would be voting for Trudeau after so many disasters & failures but then if he has imported enough votes & the majority of Canadians are apathetic, I guess we get what we deserve. I have yet to see very many supporters of Trudeau making posts online so I wonder how these polls are conducted? A recent Liberal vs Conservative vs NDP open poll on Facebook showed the Conservatives well ahead. Since the Liberals have lost Ontario, Quebec, Alberta & I think BC I don’t put much value in these secret stacked Polls.

diane
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Who the hell votes liberal after every thing they have done to our country must be sick

NancyW
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NancyW

If the poll was done online with their signed up people it is fake. These pollsters ask all kinds of personal questions when you sign up, and depending on the individuals answers, and who the poll is for, they contact those who said they supported this, not those who did not, when a member looks at the poll results on their pollsters site, they begin to realize that they were not invited to certain polls because you would have been against the result they needed, been there done that, realized what was happening and stopped years ago.

shawn harris
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With all the political baggage, corruption, deceit , lies and broken promises that Trudeau and his Liberals have made, it is highly unlikely that Trudeau would win another majority or even a minority government. For certain , they will portray Scheer as being Harper with a smile and say that we can’t go back to the conservatives. Trudeau is doing all of that now, blaming all his mistakes , damage and failures on Harper. As much as Trudeau would try and run and hide from his record, it is impossible, there is just to much to try and sweep under… Read more »

Timothy Hickey
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Timothy Hickey

How about doing a poll that gives the option to the electorate of

Electing the leadership of a Real Majority of Canadians through a Non-Partisan Canadian Government, and giving power to the Voting Shareholders in this country through Free and un-whipped votes in the House of Commons requiring 2/3 of sitting MPs to pass legislation! This would eliminate partisan government agendas and force consensus for the GOOD of the People in this country!