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    Quote Originally Posted by Billythreefeathers View Post
    what we need is Capt Cockup to do a summer tour "The Justin Treudo please like me again tour",,, not sure start in down town TO,, maybe a swing throught th Maritimes,,, BC???
    Get him at a BBQ refuseniks the pork ribs?

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    Mainstreet Poll
    July 11 2019

    Lib 35
    Con 33.2
    NDP 10.4
    Green 10.3
    Bloc 4.5
    PPC 4.6

    https://ipolitics.ca/2019/07/09/as-e...nxKmu8vCn2ubfg

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    July 11, 2019 (includes mainstreet)
    CBC Poll Tracker
    https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/elec...racker/canada/

    Con: 34.3% (down 0.1)
    Lib 31.4% (up 0.3)
    NDP 13.7%
    GRN 11.1%
    BQ 4.4%
    PPC 3.3%

    Seat projections
    Con: min 104, likely 151, max 197
    Lib : min 92, likely 146, max 209
    NDP: min 3, likely 21, max 44

    The Conservatives have led in the polls since February, but their lead over the Liberals has shrunk in recent weeks. Which party would win the most seats is a toss-up, but both are short of a majority. The New Democrats are stuck in third and on track to lose as much as half of its caucus, while Green support has levelled off after reaching new highs across the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RangeBob View Post
    July 11, 2019 (includes mainstreet)
    CBC Poll Tracker
    https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/elec...racker/canada/

    Con: 34.3% (down 0.1)
    Lib 31.4% (up 0.3)
    NDP 13.7%
    GRN 11.1%
    BQ 4.4%
    PPC 3.3%

    Seat projections
    Con: min 104, likely 151, max 197
    Lib : min 92, likely 146, max 209
    NDP: min 3, likely 21, max 44

    The Conservatives have led in the polls since February, but their lead over the Liberals has shrunk in recent weeks. Which party would win the most seats is a toss-up, but both are short of a majority. The New Democrats are stuck in third and on track to lose as much as half of its caucus, while Green support has levelled off after reaching new highs across the country.
    When almost a third of the country still supports Trudeau, my patriotism is non-existent. What a bunch of losers!

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    Majority governments have INVARIABLY resulted in MORE gun control and a strengthening not a diminishing of the Firearms Act.
    c51(Lib), c17(Con), c68(Lib), c42(Con), c71(Lib) have all flowed from majority governments.
    I'll settle for a minority (preferably a CPC minority) government and being left alone for 2 or 3 years like 2006-2011 while the politicians attack each other and not gun owners.
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    [QUOTE=Gunrunner;711692]Majority governments have INVARIABLY resulted in MORE gun control and a strengthening not a diminishing of the Firearms Act./QUOTE]

    The LGR disappeared with a majority government, resulting in less gun control and diminishing the Firearms Act.
    Bill C-42 was a balanced bill, that C-71 unbalanced.

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    The LGR disappeared?
    When?
    Last night?
    That “disappeared” LGR data will be handed over to Quebec in short order.

    We lost the option to challenge the CFSC test without taking the full course in c42.
    The result.
    More gun control and bolstering the Firearms Act.
    The CPC apostles conveniently “forget” that.
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    Should be noted the major polling companies are now demanding Grenier and the CBC stop using their data in Grenier's poll tracker.
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    Justout 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by RangeBob View Post
    Mainstreet Poll
    July 11 2019

    Lib 35
    Con 33.2
    NDP 10.4
    Green 10.3
    Bloc 4.5
    PPC 4.6

    https://ipolitics.ca/2019/07/09/as-e...nxKmu8vCn2ubfg
    Mainstreet cannot be trusted.

    The owenr Quito Maggi showed his true Liberal colours during LavScam defending Trudeau and attacking JWR.
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    Justout 2019

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    July 14 2019

    Con 34.6 (+- 4.5%)
    Lib 32.4% (+- 4.5%)
    NDP 14.4%
    Green 10.5%
    BQ 4.5%
    PPC 2.9%

    Libs making an obvious rise these few weeks, taking votes from Green and NDP.

    Seat projection
    CPC 147.9 seats
    Lib 147.2 seats
    NDP 22.7 seats
    Block 13.8 seats
    Green 5 seats
    Independent 0.6 seats
    PPC 0.4 seats

    However, due to error ranges, it works out that Liberals have the best chance at a majority, and Liberals have the best chance of the most seats. (both more than Conservatives)
    Liberals taking every province in Atlantic, Quebec, Ontario
    Conservatives taking every province Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, BC.
    Ontario has switched from Conservative to Liberal.
    Toronto 46% for Liberal, 26% for Conservative (Forum Research)

    This week’s 338Canada projection: All bets are off
    https://www.macleans.ca/politics/ott...-bets-are-off/

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