Monday, May 03, 2010

Liberal Party of Canada: Running out of Time Angus Poll April 2010

In a month that featured the resignation of Minister of State for Status of Women Helena Guergis, increased attention into the activities of former Conservative MP Rahim Jaffer, and the ruling made by Speaker of the House Peter Milliken on the Afghan detainee issue, the three main parties did not go through any significant shift.-Angus Poll April 2010 here.

In 2008 Angus Reid Global was the most accurate Pollster in their predictions in popular vote.

Source Canada News Desk here. (June 2009 - March 2010)

In the last twelve months the Liberal Party of Canada has only polled above thirty per cent four times according the most accurate pollster in the 2008. What is required for the Liberal Party of Canada to be rejected by over seventy per cent of the population?

April 29, 2010 Angus Reid Public Opinion Poll: It's The Economy Stupid
April 24, 2010 Angus Reid Poll illustrating how Quebec is out of touch with rest of Canada on N.A.T.O and our mission.

The mainstream media does not seem to be interested in reporting those findings, apparently the Ottawa-Toronto groupthink knows better.


The_Iceman said...

So much for the alleged Graves 17 weeks of deadlock. Statistically speaking, an Ekos poll should have accidently had the Tories over 33% in that time period. Having them at the exact same level for several months should indicate a flaw in the methodology, especially when all the other polling firms produce data that suggest support crossed above 33% several times in those 17 weeks.

CanadianSense said...

If you uses the Canada Newsdesk site you can look at strange patterns.

look at NDP