Post-Debate Mainstreet Research Poll: Conservatives Down 1.8%, Liberals Down 7.3% Since Start Of Election, NDP Surges

Nobody is close to a majority.

A new Mainstreet Research poll conducted after the English language leaders debate shows the NDP getting a big boost, while the Conservatives and Liberals are struggling.

According to the survey, the Conservatives are at 32.2% nationwide, down from 1.8% at the beginning of the election campaign.

For the Liberals, the drop is even more substantial, with their support now at 30.2%, down 7.3% from when the campaign began.

The NDP has surged, with their support reaching 15.1%, up 6.7% from when the campaign started.

The Greens are down 1% to 9.8%, while the PPC is at 4%, down 0.6% from when the campaign started.

The Bloc has also risen during teh campaign, now reaching 30.8% in Quebec, putting them in first place.

Here are the regional breakdowns:

BC – Conservatives 33.3%, Liberals 21.2%, NDP 20.5%, Greens 18.5%, PPC 3.7%

Alberta – Conservatives 63.2%, Liberals 15.3%, NDP 11%, PPC 5.3%, Greens 3.5%

Saskatchewan/Manitoba – Conservatives 48.5%, NDP 26.1%, Liberals 14.4%, Greens 5.7%, PPC 4.7%

Ontario – Liberals 40.9%, Conservatives 30.9%, NDP 14.1%, Greens 9%, PPC 3.4%

Quebec – Bloc 30.8%, Liberals 27.7%, Conservatives 17%, NDP 13.6%, Greens 5.5%, PPC 4.4%

Atlantic – Liberals 36.3%, GreensĀ  26.1%, Conservatives 22.4%, NDP 11.2%, PPC 3.1%

These are quite interesting numbers, and they point towards Canada being a heavily divided nation. If replicated on election day, this would lead to chaos, and a probably surge in both Western Separatism and Quebec Separatism. All party leaders – except the Bloc leader – would be weakened, and the knives would be out for both Scheer and Trudeau, and likely Singh if he can’t translate his growing personal popularity into actual votes.

What is also becoming clear is that the Conservatives and Liberals have both been successful in ruining the image of their opposing party leaders, which has had the effect of causing both parties to become less and less popular as the campaign goes on.

In a two party system that approach can work, but in a system with multiple parties capable of gaining seats, the Conservatives and Liberals are both at risk of emerging from this campaign in a severely weakened state.

Spencer Fernando

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sue

Having lived with a NDP government in Alberta I can say, people are making a massive mistake in going in that direction.
Canada is in bigger trouble than I thought.

THOMAS TASS
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THOMAS TASS

The scenario should scare the hell out of honest hardworking Canadians. Their (our country) will be on the road to disintegration. Blame wont matter when it happens. The globalists are dancing in their board rooms.

Shawn Harris
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Shawn Harris

The biggest problem with this poll is, that if the numbers hold till election day, then Trudeau will rub his hands with glee and seek to form a far left hardcore socialist government with the NDP and the Green Party. And that is something the voters and the general public never want to see happen. Another problem with this poll and the numbers it represents is, how can the Trudeau Liberals be at 30.2% nationally and yet be at 40.9% in Ontario? It would seem as though that part of the polling was done only in Toronto. Lastly it would… Read more »

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NancyW

When the Laurentian elites and lefties set up bernier PPC’s to break the Conservatives, all the ppc did was add to the lies and criticism of the Conservatives, and that is always in the mainstream media along with the other lefty parties slant and lies. Before the Conservatives put out their environment plan it was all criticized before it was released it was later hard to find what all was in it etc. but articles on Andrew Scheer and the Conservatives in the media are always a heavy putdown while ignoring or lying about lieberal blunders. Shame on this media,… Read more »

Nolan Diamond
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Nolan Diamond

The Conservative party would not accept, any of Maxime Bernier’s policies, which led him to break away & form his own party. So who’s fault is it, that we have the PPC ?

Sue
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Sue

The one positive I can see, more people are waking up to what is really happening in Canada now.

Michele
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Michele

I’m not voting for any of these parties. Don’t like what they stand for.
What about The People’s Party of Canada?

Nolan Diamond
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Nolan Diamond

Yes, the CPP Party definitely deserves consideration. Maxime Bernier would undo the Trudeau damage to Canada. But he won’t win this time, but does deserve support to replace the NDP as the third party.

Nolan Diamond
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Nolan Diamond

Sorry for spelling the PPC incorrectly, apologies to Maxime Bernier.

Ann
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Ann

A Vote for the PPC in this Election is a Vote for Trudeau. The ONLY way that we even have a Chance to get Rid of this Corrupt Lieberal Government with Lying, Treasonous Trudeau at the Helm is to Vote CONSERVATIVE. We Desperately Need a MAJORITY Conservative Government. TRUDEAU HAS TO GO!!

Sue
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I know I have said this before. The PPC have no chance in winning. A vote for them will keep Trudeau in place with a minority government. No one needs a repeat of the last 4 years. We will be a disaster financially, with little to no sense of pride in being Canadian. Having just been out of the country, a lovely elderly couple told me how they stuck it out to live in Toronto, Canada for 5 years to get their Canadian passports. The only one they travel on now they gleefully told me. Canadian people to realize what… Read more »

Nolan Diamond
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Nolan Diamond

Why would support for the NDP go up? They are Liberal/Green Party clones, all left wingers.