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NDP holds lead in BC campaign; voters divided between picking the party they want, blocking the party they don’t

NDP maintains comfortable lead; BC Greens may be the party to watch in final week Friday, October 16, 2020 – As British Columbians weigh in on the only televised debate in the BC election campaign, the latest public opinion survey

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A Tale of Two Voters: Shifting dynamics tighten BC Election race in its final days

While early voters heavily favour NDP, those yet to vote split almost evenly between two main parties October 20, 2020 – As British Columbia’s three main political parties vie to lock in the support of voters who have yet to

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Saskatchewan Election: Voters lean heavily toward re-electing Sask Party, disenchanted by lack of third option

Premier Scott Moe holds considerable advantage on personal appeal over NDP leader Ryan Meili October 15, 2020 – Advanced voting begins next week in Saskatchewan, with voters heading to the polls to elect their provincial government during a period of

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BC Election: New Democrats seen as best on health and social issues, but lag BC Liberals on economic growth

Just two-in-five voters say they’re absolutely certain which party they will support October 6, 2020 – As one of the most unique provincial election campaigns in B.C. history runs through its third week, new data from the non-profit Angus Reid

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Ontario Spotlight: As COVID-19 cases climb, can the Ford government maintain the political goodwill it’s earned?

Ontario residents broadly approve of how their government is addressing COVID-19 and the economy September 18, 2020 – Premier Doug Ford’s marked change in tone has been a significant undercurrent in the story of the Ontario government’s handling of the

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Alberta Spotlight: As dissatisfaction with UCP intensifies, voters say they’re ready to take another look at the NDP

Albertans critical of government’s handling of health care, economy, and public education September 14, 2020 – A year and a half of governing appears to be souring Albertans on the UCP. While it swept to victory in the April 2019

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