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Alberta Election: UCP leads by a wide margin, but gap with NDP has narrowed since election call

Age and education drive massive differences in vote intention April 12, 2019 – With early voting underway and less than a week until election day, the 2019 Alberta general election is still the United Conservative Party’s to lose, but the

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Premiers’ Performance: Six-in-ten approve of Legault, Moe; Horgan, Higgs hover at majority endorsement

Ahead of Alberta election, Premier Notley’s personal approval at forty per cent March 26, 2019 – Springtime across the country puts the bloom back on the approval ratings of some Canadian premiers, while others find their hopes for a thumb’s

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Alberta Election: UCP holds commanding lead as campaign begins

NDP competitive in Edmonton, but well behind elsewhere in the province March 22, 2019 – The provincial election campaign in Alberta begins with the New Democratic Party trailing the opposition United Conservative Party by a wide margin, according to new

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Party time for United Conservatives: Economic issues lead UCP to long-expected Alberta victory

It’s official. Tuesday night, Alberta voters chose to jettison Premier Rachel Notley and the NDP, opting overwhelmingly for Jason Kenney and the United Conservative Party. The New Democratic Party’s first mandate as Alberta’s government will – in the short term,

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Premiers’ Performance: A Holly Jolly Christmas for Legault and Moe

Horgan, Ford, earn the approval of pluralities in their respective provinces December 20, 2018 – Quebec and Saskatchewan Premiers Francois Legault and Scott Moe have each received an early Christmas present in the form of majority job approval ratings from

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B.C. Electoral Reform Referendum: Voters’ motivations, and why proportional representation failed

Four-in-ten say holding this referendum was a good idea, while one-third say it was a bad one December 20, 2018 – The votes are in, and BC’s future general elections will operate much the same as the last ones. With

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