Polling suggests Conservatives, Liberals in a deadlock
In the final round of polling before the 2019 federal election, Nanos Research suggests popular support for Conservatives and Liberals remains a coin toss.
Nanos Research, commissioned by CTV News and the Globe & Mail, conducted a sample survey with a total of 739 decided voters on Sunday, Oct. 20, and asked the voters: “If a federal election were held today, could you please rank your top two current local voting preferences?” and found support for the Conservatives at 32.5 per cent, while the Liberals sit at 31.7 per cent.
“Popular support remains a coin toss between the Conservatives and the Liberals,” said pollster Nik Nanos in a news release. “Now it’s about the ground game and delivering votes.”
Meanwhile, the Greens fell by over 3 percentage points, while the Bloc Quebecois stayed the same and the People's Party of Canada dropped slightly compared with Saturday.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, meanwhile, has a lead over the Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer when it comes to Canada’s preferred prime minister.
For this portion of the survey, the voters were asked “Of the current federal political party leaders, could you please rank your top two current local preferences for prime minister?”
A national random telephone survey of 1,600 Canadians is conducted by Nanos Research throughout the campaign over a three day period. Each evening a new group of 400 eligible voters are interviewed (800 on October 19th). The daily tracking figures are based on a three-day rolling sample comprised of 1,600 interviews. To update the tracking a new day of interviewing is added and the oldest day dropped.
The last day of polling reported was a single day representative national random sample of 800 Canadians and is accurate ±3.7 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.Read more: CTV News
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