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Éric Grenier
New EKOS: 32% NDP, 30% CPC, 24% LPC.
This week's poll numbers drive home the important role debates could play in Campaign 2015. They also point to a tactical bind limiting the expansion prospects of the New Democrat and Liberal vote —...
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Éric Grenier 14 Aug 15
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Not an Issues Manager Andy 14 Aug 15
Replying to @308dotcom
Eric, does your poll tracker update from 3 hrs ago already include EKOS and that strange mainstreet poll?
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Éric Grenier 14 Aug 15
Replying to @UncleRee1
Mainstreet and EKOS now included (EKOS just minutes ago).
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Pugilist Specialist 14 Aug 15
Replying to @308dotcom
What about the Mainstreet poll? Why do they seem to always have the CPC ahead?
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jeff scheiner 14 Aug 15
Because they're a terrible poster.
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kevin russell 14 Aug 15
Replying to @308dotcom
. The Orange Wave is waiting for people in Ontario to make the connection.
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kevin russell 14 Aug 15
Replying to @308dotcom
. The orange wave is coming. exposed , wheels fell off.
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Devon Paul 14 Aug 15
Replying to @308dotcom
Interesting to me that Forum/Ekos/Innovative/Ipsos showing one picture, Nanos/Mainstreet showing another. Methodology at work?
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Maskit or Casket. Your choice. 14 Aug 15
Replying to @308dotcom
The CPC base would rather become addicted to meth than vote or but how many will not vote as Harper's lies unravel?
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