The Battle Of Alberta: The Conservative Party Leadership Race

One-Quarter (28%, up 2%), Of Albertans Think Jim Dinning Would Do The Best Job As The Next Premier, With Lyle Oberg, (18%, down 3%) Falling Behind; Among PC Voters Dinning (36%, up 1%) Has Twice The Support Of Oberg (18%, down 4%)

Dinning Also Frontrunner In Favourability Ratings Among Albertans And PC Voters

Dinning Also Top Choice In Every Leadership Attribute Except Healthcare (Oberg and Dinning Tied)

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Calgary, AB – With the Alberta Tory leadership race now half-way through its grueling eight week schedule, a new Ipsos Reid/Calgary Herald poll shows that the field is beginning to transform. When it comes to who Albertans think would do the best job as the next Premier of Alberta, Jim Dinning places first, with 28% of Albertans...

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The Battle Of Alberta: The Conservative Party Leadership Race

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