Polls reveal power shift: NDP rising, Liberals dropping — and there’s one big reason why

Yet another poll is showing the drop in public support for Justin Trudeau and his Liberals.

  • Clausewitz

    The one big reason is that people are starting to see Trudeau for the idiot he is. The real stupid thing is that we could very well see the Urban idiots in Canada start to think that an NDP national government is in their best interest. I hope you’ve invested in something in other than Canadian stocks and currency. Both things the NDP will destroy if they have a say in our economy.

  • Brett_McS

    If the party in power is in striking distance of the opposition at this point in the election cycle it generally means the party will retain government. Oppositions have to be way ahead at this point to have a real chance.

  • john davis

    The other reason the NDP is polling as well as they are has to do with the Alberta Provincial Election. Lefties are sheep. They figure that if the NDP can win there, they can win anywhere.

  • kkruger71

    This is probably the most important election campaign for all the parties in a long time as far as actually determining the make-up of the government. I can’t think of any in my lifetime where this close to it I see so many people flip-flopping or being very soft in who they are supporting, and that’s true for all three of the main parties. The two other things I see that haven’t been talked about much is the Green party is nowhere to be seen in my social media circles, so they will be less likely to play spoiler for anyone, and the Bloc seem to be back in the mix more than last time and could play spoiler.

  • Ottawa Eye

    You can bet all the parties will be promising the special interest groups that they will be increasing the number of immigrants and refugees allowed into Canada to buy votes.

  • DMB

    Justin Trudeau’s soft and feminine voice alone is a major turn off to many male voters never mind the very few “polices” he has.