Monday, September 12, 2016
The NDP's caucus retreat in Montreal this week comes at a time when the party is at its lowest level of public support in over a decade.
One year ago today, in the throes of the federal election campaign, the New Democrats were on pace to win. They were leading in the polls with about 32 per cent.
But since last year's vote, in which the NDP captured 19.7 per cent of ballots cast and was reduced to third-party status, the party has averaged just 13.7 per cent in the polls.
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