Canada election polls: Could Trudeau lose power? The shocking impact on Europe

The EKOS poll found the LPC was likely to have a 5.3 percentage point lead with 32.6 percent of the vote, compared to 27.3 percent for the CPC.

Another poll from the Mainstreet Research also found Mr Trudeau’s party would walk away with the most votes at 33.4 percent of the vote, compared to 30.4 percent for the CPC.

Mr Trudeau also came up trumps in the Nanos Research poll with a 32.4 percent lead compared to 31.2 percent for the CPC.

But it’s not all good news for the politician; the CPC and LPC were in a dead heat in the Research Co poll, each winning 32 percent of the vote.

Contrastly, the Abas Data and Forum Research poll published on September 19 showed the CPC were likely to walk away with the largest percentage of votes, with one percentage point more than the LPC with a predicted 32 percent for the Conservatives.

Mr O’Toole’s party were also crowned victors in the recent Forum Research poll which indicated the CPC would win 33 percent of the vote share, compared to 29.4 percent for the LPC.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.