May 1 Poll: Tories in lead by 5.5 points,

Nanos Poll Results
37.8%
26.1%
23.7%
7.4%
3.5%




QUESTION: For those parties you would consider for federally, could you please rank your two top current local preferences? (Committed voters only - First Preference) - Three Day Rolling Average.




A CTV/Globe/Nanos survey as of April 21, 2011.


Tight races in Atlantic and Quebec, Tories still lead west of Ottawa River

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Nanos Poll Results
37.8%
26.1%
23.7%
7.4%
3.5%

QUESTION: For those parties you would consider for federally, could you please rank your two top current local preferences? (Committed voters only - First Preference) - Three Day Rolling Average.

A CTV/Globe/Nanos survey as of April 22, 2011.


Tight races in Atlantic and Quebec, Tories still lead west of Ottawa River


http://www.ctv.ca/mini/election2011/polltracker/index.html
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Nanos Poll Results
38.6%
25.9%
23.2%
7.2%

QUESTION: For those parties you would consider for federally, could you please rank your two top current local preferences? (Committed voters only - First Preference) - Three Day Rolling Average.

A CTV/Globe/Nanos survey as of April 23, 2011.

Tories lead in four regions, BQ NDP tied in Quebec - April 23

http://www.ctv.ca/mini/election2011/polltracker/index.html

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本帖最後由 Aquila128 於 25-4-2011 07:32 編輯

Nanos Poll Results
38.6%
25.9%
23.2%
7.2%
3.7%





QUESTION: For those parties you would consider for federally, could you please rank your two top current local preferences? (Committed voters only - First Preference) - Three Day Rolling Average.



Regional Ballot of Committed Voters - April 24

Tories trend up in Atlantic and Ontario, NDP trend up in Quebec - April 24

A CTV/Globe/Nanos survey as of April 24, 2011.

http://www.ctv.ca/mini/election2011/polltracker/index.html

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It will be really interesting to see how the surge of the NDP would affect the overall political picture in Canada. Would vote splitting actually give the Conservatives a majority? Could the NDP replace the Liberals as the official opposition? One thing seems certain: the Liberals are stumbling down the stretch.
25# 長劍天雷
Opinion polls is only a poll and the real poll is on May 2.
I guess the electoral results of Ontario are most important to decide whether the Grits can cling on as the official opposition or not in parliament.
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Nanos Poll Results
37.8%
27.8%
22.9%
5.8%
4.7%



QUESTION: For those parties you would consider for federally, could you please rank your two top current local preferences? (Committed voters only - First Preference) - Three Day Rolling Average.





A CTV/Globe/Nanos survey as of April 26, 2011.

Tories lead west of Ottawa River, NDP lead in Quebec



http://www.ctv.ca/mini/election2011/polltracker/index.html

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Nanos Poll Results
36.6%
30.4%
21.9%
6.0%
4.1%



QUESTION: For those parties you would consider for federally, could you please rank your two top current local preferences? (Committed voters only - First Preference) - Three Day Rolling Average.

A CTV/Globe/Nanos survey as of April 27, 2011.



Tories lead in three regions, NDP up in Quebec & Ontario



http://www.ctv.ca/mini/election2011/polltracker/index.html

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Nanos Poll Results
36.4%
31.2%
22%
5.7%
4%


QUESTION: For those parties you would consider for federally, could you please rank your two top current local preferences? (Committed voters only - First Preference) - Three Day Rolling Average.


A CTV/Globe/Nanos survey as of April 28, 2011.

Tory lead in Ontario and B.C. narrows, widens in Prairies

http://www.ctv.ca/mini/election2011/polltracker/index.html

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Nanos Poll Results
38.0%
29.6%
23.3%
5.2%
3.1%

For those parties you would consider voting for federally, could you please rank your top two current local preferences? (Committed voters only - First Preference)


A CTV/Globe/Nanos survey as of April 29, 2011.


http://www.ctv.ca/mini/election2011/polltracker/index.html

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