Frank Graves appears on CBC’s Power and Politics with Evan Solomon to discuss the Quebec election results and the issues that are important to Quebeckers.
[Ottawa – April 8, 2014] After an exciting month-long campaign, the 41st Quebec general election has come to a close and we at EKOS are pleased that we accurately projected Philippe Couillard’s victory on Monday. Indeed, we succeeded in capturing all four major parties – the Quebec Liberals, the Parti Québécois, the Coalition Avenir Québec, and Québec Solidaire – to within the margin of error of yesterday’s election outcome.
We also succeeded in noting the overall stability of the campaign. While we compiled our poll results… [More...]
Quebeckers Reject Referendum Adventure as it Appears They Have Already Emotionally Separated from Canada
[Ottawa – April 4, 2014] As a rather unusual campaign nears completion, it appears that Pauline Marois’ gambit to secure a majority mandate and a path to a new referendum, has gone horribly wrong for her and the Parti Québécois (PQ). Barring some frankly unforeseeable collapse Philippe Couillard’s Liberal party is going to emerge with a victory on Monday. It is unclear whether it will be a majority or not, but the high hopes of a PQ win, let alone a majority, lie in ruins… [More...]
NOTES ON POLLING, TURNOUT AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE OF CANADA AND QUEBEC
[Ottawa – October 12, 2012] The Quebec election was remarkable for a number of reasons. The narrow victory of a Parti Québecois (PQ) government, with an avowed goal of separation from Canada, is not causing that many ripples in English Canada. While Levesque prescribed a Valium to deal with the visceral angst in 1980, the current reaction to the prospect of another referendum in Canada appears to range somewhere between indifference and hostility. There is a consensus that the issue of separation is pretty well… [More...]
CONSERVATIVES STILL STRUGGLE IN CITIES
[OTTAWA – October 13, 2008] – The Conservatives may well win the election tomorrow, but they are likely to win again without much support in the most economically and socially dynamic places in Canada: the big cities.
BQ surprise early runner in framing the ballot question
By Paul Adams
[OTTAWA – September 8, 2008] Who would have thought the Bloc Québécois would get first dibs on how the 2008 election is framed? But they have.
A crucial issue in any election is how the ballot question is eventually “framed” by the media, the parties and the public. Any election is about many things to many different people, of course: leadership, ideology
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