Nova Scotia provincial polling averages

The following are ThreeHundredEight's weighted polling averages for Nova Scotia, which must be held by October 18, 2018. The four-year anniversary of the 2013 election, however, will be on October 8, 2017. These weighted averages were last updated on March 20, 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.

The chart below shows the maximum and minimum amount of seats each party is projected to be able to win with current levels of support. 
Full methodological details can be found here.
The chart below shows the average approval ratings over the three most recent polls for the premier (approval rating polling for opposition party leaders is unavailable).

The chart below shows the average premier preference over the three most recent polls for each party leader in the legislature.
Nova Scotia Polls

All polls published since the beginning of 2016 are listed below. Parties are ordered by finishing position in the 2013 election.

Corporate Research Assoc. (Feb. 2-Mar. 1, 2017)

44% LIB, 28% PC, 23% NDP, 5% GRE
MQO Research (Jan. 13-15, 2017)
58% LIB, 21% PC, 18% NDP, 3% GRE
Corporate Research Assoc. (Nov. 3-29, 2016)
56% LIB, 20% PC, 19% NDP, 4% GRE
MQO Research (Oct. 4-15, 2016)
53% LIB, 25% PC, 16% NDP, 5% GRE
Corporate Research Assoc. (Aug 4-31, 2016)
56% LIB, 22% PC, 19% NDP, 2% GRE
MQO Research (July 5-19, 2016)
63% LIB, 17% PC, 16% NDP, 3% GRE
Corporate Research Assoc. (May 9-31, 2016)
59% LIB, 21% PC, 18% NDP, 2% GRE
MQO Research (Apr. 5-9, 2016)
59% LIB, 17% PC, 20% NDP, 3% GRE
Corporate Research Assoc. (Feb. 4-Mar. 1, 2016)
56% LIB, 23% PC, 16% NDP, 5% GRE

PAST PROJECTIONS

2013 Nova Scotia provincial election