Two weeks into the September 20 general election campaign, Canada’s ruling Liberal Party for the first time is following in the footsteps of the opposition Conservative Party, led by presidential candidate Erin O’Toole, in favor of voters, according to a number of polls.
Incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau intervened in the August 15 election in an attempt to transform his small government into a majority, but as such, the Liberals could hold fewer seats in the new parliament than they did in 2019.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. News ’store said,“ For the first time in almost 18 months, the Conservatives have moved forward with the intention of voting. The Liberal Party is still vying for more seats but has been declining as the Conservatives rise. ”
With 32.5% support, the Conservatives have a much lower income than the Liberals, at 32.2%. That situation is confirmed by a supporter from the electoral analysis platform 338 Canada, which puts the Conservatives at 32.8%, and just 0.3% ahead of the Liberals. Canadian 338 founder Philippe J Fournier wrote on Twitter on Friday that “this election is now an official throwaway”.
Some polls give Conservatives a huge limit. Following on data released on Saturday, the Nanos Research agency, in a survey of News and Globe and Mail stores said “Conservatives’ ballot support remains at 33.3%, while Liberals support 30.8%”.
“It was a commitment earlier this week, it looks like the Conservatives are now gaining power and there is definitely a lot of pressure on the Liberals right now,” Nik Nanos, the organization’s founder, told News.
Trudeau and his party have three weeks to relocate, and they have fulfilled their dream of collecting the 170 seats needed by the majority in the United Nations. But, at present, 338 Canadian projects the ruling party can only take 141, beating the Conservatives by only five seats. This emerging fact was underscored by a News fan: “Liberals still have a chance to win more seats but their chances of winning more government are much better since the campaign began and they are now ready to get fewer seats than in 2019. ”
Liberals won 157 seats in the last Federal election.
Several factors play into reducing Trudeau’s popularity. One of them is the negative perception his bosses seem to have given to his administration which has been very critical of attempts to evacuate people from Afghanistan.
Besides, the majority of voters are unhappy with the call for elections to be cut short in the fourth wave of the Covid-19 epidemic in the country.
As Darrell Bricker, chief executive officer of the electoral company Ipsos Public Affairs, wrote on Twitter, The Ipsos vote shows that the percentage they think we should not have an election has now increased two weeks ago. “