Newfoundland and Labrador provincial polling averages

The following are ThreeHundredEight's weighted polling averages for Newfoundland and Labrador, which is tentatively scheduled to hold its next election on October 8, 2019. These weighted averages were last updated on February 11, 2017.
Polls included in the aggregation are weighted by date, sample size, and the track record of the polling firm. Full methodological details can be found here.

The chart below is an unweighted average of all polls conducted in each month going back to January 2010.

Seat projections will be added to this page in the future.

Newfoundland and Labrador Polls

All polls published since the beginning of 2016 are listed below. Parties are ordered by finishing position in the 2015 election.

MQO Research (Jan. 25-28, 2017)
43% LIB, 36% PC, 20% NDP
Corporate Research Assoc. (Nov. 4-Dec. 1, 2016)
42% LIB, 34% PC, 23% NDP
Abacus Data (Oct. 20-27, 2016)
36% LIB, 29% PC, 34% NDP
MQO Research (Oct. 18-22, 2016)
40% LIB, 31% PC, 27% NDP
Corporate Research Assoc. (Aug. 8-31, 2016)
34% LIB, 33% PC, 32% NDP
MQO Research (July 14-27, 2016)

30% LIB, 37% PC, 33% NDP
Corporate Research Assoc. (May 9-30, 2016)
27% LIB, 34% PC, 38% NDP
MQO Research (Apr. 15-21, 2016)
37% LIB, 30% PC, 31% NDP
Corporate Research Assoc. (Feb. 4-Mar. 9, 2016)
66% LIB, 23% PC, 11% NDP


2015 Newfoundland and Labrador election


  1. Wow. Sure looks as if Mr. Ball's budget isn't very popular. His career may be over.

  2. His career is over but, he'll stumble along for the next three and a half years in the hope Trudeau has a nice sinecure available when the axe falls in 2019.


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