Wednesday, January 27, 2010
CROP Poll: Confirms Coalition Parties Get No Satisfaction
Nowadays 37 % of the Natives of Quebec feel themselves satisfied with the government Harper, 1 % less than in October. No significant movement either on the side of the malcontents, who pass from 58 to 59 %. This reading is out of place in comparison with the campaign which leads PLC everywhere to the country to report the decision of Stephen Harper to prorogue parliamentary session in House of Commons. From the point of view of voting intentions, news is not better for PLC. The effect of the arrival of Michael Ignatieff in orders seems to have evaporated. If elections had taken place this week, the Liberals would have been 24 % of suffrages in Quebec - the same score as with Stephane Dion on the last elections, in October, 2008. The conservatives, them, would have harvested 21 % of polls, same score since September, 2009.-Crop Poll
Don't put away those NDP, Anti-war signs yet! Keep trying, see you in March!