Pollster Nick Nanos has just released a Christmas goodie for the party leaders of the three parties vying to form the next government of Canada.
Based on just one question – how fluid the electorate is – either one of these three parties could form a majority government come the next election, if the election campaign gave them a few breaks. Here’s the percentages:
When asked about whether they would consider or not consider voting for each of the federal parties in a set of independent questions, the Liberals continued to enjoy the highest proportion of accessible voters in the electorate. Fifty three per cent of Canadians would consider voting Liberal, while 45 per cent would consider voting for the NDP, 42 per cent would consider voting Conservative and 26 per cent would consider voting for the Green Party.
And a Merry Christmas to all the leaders. And a thank you from the Cat for making our politics so interesting.