Tuesday, May 26, 2009

New Projection: Angus-Reid Strategies

For the third time in the last two days, I've updated the projection. Luckily for me, this last poll was only in Quebec. The details can be find in my last post.

This one poll translates into seat totals of 51 for the Bloc Quebecois, 20 for the Liberals, 3 for the Conservatives, and 1 for the New Democrats.

This has changed the short-term projection, with the Bloc moving back up to 50 seats, the Conservatives dropping one to 113 and the Liberals dropping one to 127.

The long-term projection has not changed, though the Bloc and Liberals have gained 0.4 and 0.2 points respectively. The Greens and Conservatives lost 0.3 points each.

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