The Montreal Gazette quoted EKOS “The gap between the front-running Conservatives and the rising NDP has narrowed to only three points, a new poll finds.”
“The EKOS-iPolitics survey shows the Liberals trailing 11 points behind in an increasingly tight two-way race to the finish. Latest three-day polling data find the Conservatives with 34.6 per cent of support of decided and leaning voters, the NDP holding 31.4 per cent and the Liberals clinging to 20.4 per cent.”
“And because the NDP holds a distinct advantage as the second choice for the greatest number of Canadians, pollster Frank Graves said the party still has room to grow if it wins over wavering voters in the final hours of the campaign.”
“It’s not impossible the NDP could come out tied in this election,” he said. Montreal Gazette
Polls tell the same story
Average of three major polls show Tories with small lead
Comparing the three major polls – EKOS, NANOS, and Angus Reid – the results show the same picture.
The best the Conservatives can hope for is a minority government as the NDP gains popular momentum with Canadian voters.
Averaging the polls, the Conservatives are at 36%, the NDP at 32% and the Liberals at 20%.
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