A majority of residents in Moncton, and half of those in Fredericton and Saint John, call homelessness a critically
Half of Halifax residents support a permanent ban on street checks, while four in ten oppose it.
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April 16, 2019: Corporate
Liberal popular support declines.
PC Party shows strength under new leader.
One-half of Islanders still satisfied with performance of
Despite voter divisions over government performance, dissatisfaction drops below 50% for first time since 2016.
Liberal support steady at
Liberals lose nearly year-long lead in popular support; now in statistical dead heat with PCs.
Half of Nova Scotians
Nearly half of decided
voters would cast ballots for Liberal Party if an election were held today.PC support holding steady at
Seven percentage points now separate Liberals and Progressive
Conservatives.Premier Stephen McNeil remains most preferred leader, but Tim Houston
(PC) and Gary Burrill
Green Party maintaining 2018 support, but not widening gap with Liberals.More than half of Islanders
are satisfied with performance of government
One-third of New
Brunswickers support Liberal Party, more than two months after defeat.Survey results closely match
popular vote captured by parties on