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EKOS Seat Projection – April 1, 2011

[OTTAWA – March 28, 2011] From time to time, EKOS offers seat projections based on its opinion polling. The projections are based on national, regional and, in some cases, sub-regional polling projected onto the results of the last election. They do not pretend to predict individual ridings.

Click here for the full report: seat_projection_april_1_2011

2 comments to EKOS Seat Projection – April 1, 2011

  • CS

    Once again it very much looks like we will have another Conservative minority gov’t with very similar seat totals. So just what have we gained. The press has had a hay day with news every day to report, I guess that is good for them with no benefit to us. Political hacks get to spout off to a slightly more captive audience, again good for them with little benefit to us. We have wasted another 300 MM dollars, no benefit to us. Maybe just maybe these leaders will be subjected to leadership reviews that just might bring in some change to all four parties.

  • Chris L

    This election is not a waste. This election was about telling PM Harper that he does not control the country, Parliament does, and he must learn to play with others.

    If these numbers hold, they show that Canada doesn’t want a Harper majority, they want him held in check and to work with others. If he once again only gets a minority and this message doesn’t sink in, he needs to move on and hopefully someone who is willing to work with others instead of against them takes over.