Saturday, March 18, 2006

alsocanadian Dethroned?


A new Decima poll reveals the Conservatives have the support of 37 per cent of decided voters, up slightly from the 36 per cent of the vote on election day. (The Liberals dropped to 28 per cent, down from 30.)

Tories seem to be gaining ground among younger people and women the Decima poll suggests.

Watch out Borque, keep this up and you may surpass alsocanadian as the king of partisan propaganda!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Polls don't mean too much right now - the Liberals are without a leader, and parliament hasn't started. Once the Conservatives actually do something (they're going to fullfill those 5 points), and Canadians see that they'll do what they say they will, then I'm hoping for a jump in the polls.

However, given people's tendency to condemn everything the Conservatives do and excuse everything the Liberals do, I'm not counting on anything yet.

8:35 PM  
Blogger Dan McKenzie said...

Liberal support is unchanged from Decima's last poll.

9:51 PM  
Blogger alsocanadian said...

Dan, Dan, Dan, the article clearly states: "The Liberals had the support of 28 per cent, down from 30 per cent on election night".
N besides, the point isn't bout the Liberals falling support, it's bout Emerson not being on us Joe average Canadians radar...

12:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The chattering classes are trying to keep the Emerson thing going but it has no traction with the Canadian people. By and large they believe Emerson is a quality MP and are willing to give him a chance even if they don't agree with floor crossing.
The Conservatives are driving the media crazy because they refuse to play the game the way the Liberals did for 13years...spin and lie. As long as the media had Liberal spin they had their stories. Now they have to work for a living and it's bugging them to death. Canadians couldn't care less what the press thinks and will judge the Conservatives on whether they implement their five priorities.

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I forgot to add that I know Harper was a HUGE Harper backer during the eledction. Let's face it, he made the difference for us. So when you see Bourque (first), then our man Byfield (second), and now Harper pal Asper in the Post denouncing Harper's ongoing inanities, well, Houston, we've got a problem.

Wake up and smell the coffee, folks.

4:44 PM  
Blogger alsocanadian said...

Nonymouse, yer completely right bout Harper. He did really make the difference for us. Why, without Harper, Harper probably wouldn't have won any seats at all...

4:24 PM  
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