A NEWLY COMPETITIVE VOTER LANDSCAPE
CONSERVATIVES STILL IN LEAD BUT SOME EVIDENCE OF REGIME FATIGUE
[Ottawa – February 16, 2013] – While there is no horserace of any significance right now, it is useful to take an occasional check-up on how voters are viewing the parties and how this might reflect various factors such as the ongoing Liberal leadership, a darkening long term economic outlook and the day to day travails of the parties.
We also use this large survey as part of ongoing testing of our survey methodologies and to update some very important long term tracking of issues. In this first release we examine the current voter landscape and look at some indicators of economic outlook. We will also look at how the main political figures are being viewed and consider what sort of movements are going on and what they might mean for the future.
Click here for the full report: Full Report (February 16, 2013)