Monthly Archives: September 2015


15 Sep 2015

L’écart se rétrécit entre les néo-démocrates et les libéraux au Canada atlantique

• Le soutien au Nouveau Parti démocratique (NPD) continue d’augmenter dans les provinces de l’Atlantique. • L’appui à Thomas Mulcair grimpe au détriment de celui à Justin Trudeau. • Une majorité de Canadiens de l’Atlantique demeurent insatisfaits du gouvernement conservateur actuel au fédéral. HALIFAX, NS 15 septembre...

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15 Sep 2015

Gap narrows between NDP and Liberals in Atlantic Canada

NDP support continues to increase in the Atlantic Provinces. • Support for Mulcair climbs at the expense of Trudeau. • Majority of Atlantic Canadians remain dissatisfied with the performance of the federal Conservative government. HALIFAX, NS September 15, 2015: Support for the federal New Democratic Party...

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10 Sep 2015

Le Parti libéral reste favori au Nouveau-Brunswick même si le taux d’insatisfaction de la population envers le gouvernement demeure élevé

• Au cours du dernier trimestre, le soutien aux libéraux du Nouveau-Brunswick est demeuré stable, mais de plus en plus de Néo-Brunswickois sont incertains du parti ou du candidat qu’ils appuieront. • La moitié des résidents de la province sont actuellement insatisfaits du gouvernement provincial, un...

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10 Sep 2015

New Brunswick Liberal Party still the preferred party although government faced with significant level of dissatisfaction

• Support for the New Brunswick Liberals is stable this quarter, however, more New Brunswickers are uncertain about the party or candidate they support. • One-half of New Brunswick residents are currently dissatisfied with the performance of the provincial government, unchanged from three months ago. • Premier...

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10 Sep 2015

Support and satisfaction for PEI Liberals improves this quarter

• More lslanders support the PEI Liberals this quarter. • Nearly six in ten Islanders are satisfied with the performance of the provincial government, an increase from last quarter. • Premier Wade MacLauchlan and Green Party leader Peter Bevan-Baker are in a statistical tie for first place...

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09 Sep 2015

Nova Scotia Liberals the preferred party by two-to-one margin

• The Nova Scotia Liberals are the preferred party in Nova Scotia in terms of voting intentions by a two-to-one margin over other provincial parties. • Just over one-half of Nova Scotians are satisfied with the performance of the provincial government. • Premier McNeil still the preferred...

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