Liberals Make Gains in Key Battlegrounds of Ontario and Quebec, While NDP Stumbles; National Vote Intentions Show Tightening: NDP 32% (-2), Liberals 31% (+1), Tories 29% (Unchanged)

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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Toronto, ON – In the first week of the post-Labour Day election campaign, the Liberals appear to have made gains in the key battlegrounds of Ontario and Quebec, ticking up on a national basis, while the NDP has stumbled in Quebec causing their national support figures to dip. The Conservatives have made gains in BC, but have...

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Liberals Make Gains in Key Battlegrounds of Ontario and Quebec, While NDP Stumbles; 
National Vote Intentions Show Tightening: 
NDP 32% (-2), Liberals 31% (+1), Tories 29% (Unchanged)

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