Friday, November 19, 2004

New Polls in Alberta

Two new polls have been released in Alberta. While both show the Conservatives holding a comfortable lead, there is some indication that the Liberals are gaining momentum in the final week of the campaign.

Calgary Herald:
PC 47%
Lib 21%
NDP 11%
Alliance 9%
Greens 5%

PC 44%
Libs 29%
NDP 12%
Alliance 9%
Greens 4%

The Conservatives won 74 seats in the 2001 election. Should the election results mirror the Ipsos-Reid poll, the Conservatives could drop as low as 60 seats.


Blogger Marina974 said...

If that Ipsos-Reid poll is right we might actually have a race here. Is it possible NDP voters might swing Liberal to try to 'beat Ralph'?

1:27 p.m.  
Blogger Caurus said...

It would be real nice if the Coservatives got knocked down to 60 seats, don't see it happening but it would be nice...

3:13 p.m.  
Blogger Hobbesian said...

It just won't be that close. I can't imagine it being that close.

5:33 p.m.  

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