Mainstreet Poll: Conservatives Steady, Liberals Drop Slightly

Election remains close.

The Conservatives have a small lead over the Liberals, according to a new Mainstreet Research poll.

The poll shows the Conservatives with 35.6% nationally, while the Liberals have 33.4%.

The NDP and Greens are locked in a narrow race for third, with 10.7% and 9.7% respectively.

The Bloc is at 5.6%, and the PPC is at 3.7%.

Since the last poll, the Liberals have dropped 2 points.

At these numbers, it is unlikely that either the Conservatives or Liberals would win a majority. And with both the NDP, Greens, and Bloc setting conditions that would make supporting a Conservative minority government unlikely, it increasingly appears that a Liberal-far left coalition government is a real possibility, something that would be disastrous for our country.

Spencer Fernando

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I don’t care what the ‘polls’ may say. When our MSM and elites are basically pushing TWO parties – Libs or Cons : pick one! – MY monetary support AND vote is going to the PPC under Maxime Bernier. The ONLY party with a truly pro-Canada, pro-Canadian, ANTI-globalist platform. And if our media wasn’t too busy pandering to their ‘ two favorites’ ( the don’t care who wins as long as it’s one of them…) MORE Canadians would KNOW about the PPC and probably support them TRY to remember that Bernier was ONLY about 1 or 2% behind Scheer in… Read more »

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Ipsos claims the LPC leads by one point.

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I like Andrew Scheer on a personal level. But if he cant win a majority against a corrupt far left party he’s got to be replaced as leader. And I fear that is what will happen

A left wing coalition made up of those crazy nuts will destroy our economy.

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If that far-left coalition happens, I expect the support for separatism will skyrocket in Alberta. Everyone will know then that there’s no future in the country. Vive l’Alberta Libre!!