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    June 18, 2019
    CBC Poll Tracker
    https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/elec...racker/canada/

    Con: 35.3% (down .7)
    Lib 29.9% (up 0.1)
    NDP 14.0%
    GRN 11.6%
    BQ 4.4%
    PPC 2.8%

    Seat projections
    Con: min 116, likely 160, max 205
    Lib : min 80, likely 129, max 195
    NDP: min 3, likely 23, max 45

    The Conservatives have led in the polls since February, moving ahead of the Liberals as their support dropped in the wake of the SNC-Lavalin affair. The Conservatives would probably win the most seats if an election were held today, but are likely short of a majority. The New Democrats are stuck in third, while the Greens continue to see growth in their support across the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RangeBob View Post
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    June 18, 2019
    CBC Poll Tracker
    https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/elec...racker/canada/

    Con: 35.3% (down .7)
    Lib 29.9% (up 0.1)
    NDP 14.0%
    GRN 11.6%
    BQ 4.4%
    PPC 2.8%

    Seat projections
    Con: min 116, likely 160, max 205
    Lib : min 80, likely 129, max 195
    NDP: min 3, likely 23, max 45

    The Conservatives have led in the polls since February, moving ahead of the Liberals as their support dropped in the wake of the SNC-Lavalin affair. The Conservatives would probably win the most seats if an election were held today, but are likely short of a majority. The New Democrats are stuck in third, while the Greens continue to see growth in their support across the country.
    Look at Frank Graves twitter account. Pure anti-CPC skreed. Nothing EKOS say can be trusted

    He posted a story about Time Magazine naming Trudeau one of the worlds 100 most influential people. Said it was devastating news for Scheer 4 months out from an election.

    I POLITELY pointed out to him that the article he posted was from 2018 and Trudeau in fact, did not make Time's 2019 list and provided the link to said 2019 list.

    He promptly blocked me.
    Justin 2015

    Justout 2019

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    here's what the CBC is running with,,,, CPC barely holding a lead in the polls,,,,

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/gre...olls-1.5176094

    0over 2k comments --- closed now LOL
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    The polling paints a bit of a rosy picture,
    but the battle is still on.



    Engage Canada, a front for a few unions, in 2015 spent all of its money before the election campaign so it didn't have to register as a lobbyist. In 2019 it looks like they're doing it again.
    http://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/who-s...game-1.4460332

    Here's a tweet by Conservative Erin O'Toole. All the comments seem to be against this guy by Liberal supporters. I stopped scrolling around a hundred or so. If people show up at the polls with the same numbers as the hate shown in this twitter thread, it'll be closer than today's polling indicates.
    https://twitter.com/ErinOTooleMP/sta...41735961169920

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    I wonder if Trump will support justin in the upcoming election. Trump had nice things to say about justin this week.
    Trump likes people who are easy to negotiate with.

    Liberals said they did a great job with NAFTA/USMCA, unlike the Conservative suggestion which Liberals say only said 'sign it' and was devoid of any other substance. (Harper said that when he was PM he had access to reams of government data, and without that he wouldn't make suggestions from afar)

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    I remember 2014 when the NDP had 31% of the vote and were the official opposition.

    Today, there's a chance that the Greens (12%) will overtake the NDP (14%) in the polls.

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    I’m not stopping there, I’m saying there’s an outside chance that they’ll jump right up to official opposition status.

    All it would take is for the liberals to tank like the last time they did when the NDP jumped.

    Those left people now seem to think the Greens are the credible alternative option, especially as the NDP has the worst leader in a long time.
    Donít order from Wolverine Supplies. PM me for details.

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    I want to see the next liberal leadership convention,,, maybe Justin will stick around

    can you imagine the people jumping from windows to get away from his support
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