Monday, March 20, 2017

Alberta, Quebec could carry more weight in NDP leadership race than in 2012

When New Democrats last voted to select a new leader in 2012, most of the party's eligible voting members were in British Columbia and Ontario. An analysis of NDP donors suggests these two provinces will again carry the most weight in this year's leadership vote, but that Quebec and Alberta might be more important than they were five years ago.

The party did not provide a breakdown of its current membership, but looking at the regional distribution of NDP donors provides clues to how the profile of that membership might have changed since 2012 — and what that might mean for the four candidates currently in the running.

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1 comment:

  1. On the third page of the NDP election debrief the party presents numbers from surveys with 22,840 (party members I presume). The number of respondents per province generally corroborate the numbers Eric presents.


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