Friday, January 30, 2009

Today's Poll

Angus-Reid Strategies has released a new national poll. Here are the results:

Conservatives - 38%
Liberals - 29%
New Democrats - 18%
Bloc Québécois - 8%
Greens - 6%

Here are the Ontario results:

Conservatives - 41%
Liberals - 33%
New Democrats - 19%
Greens - 6%

And here are the Quebec results:

Bloc Québécois - 31%
Liberals - 26%
Conservatives - 19%
New Democrats - 17%
Greens - 5%

This has resulted in a few changes in the projection. The Conservatives are now up to 140 seats and the NDP is down to 22. The Liberals and Bloc remain at 97 and 49, respectively. The national popular vote has changed as follows:

New Democrats +0.4
Conservatives +0.1
Liberals -0.2
Bloc Québécois -0.2
Greens -0.2

The biggest positive change in the provincial/regional numbers belongs to the Liberals, who have gone up 0.7% in Atlantic Canada. The biggest negative change belongs to the New Democrats in British Columbia, who are down 0.7%.

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