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Darrell Bricker
Media. Let’s be clear. There has been NO meaningful movement in Ontario voter opinion since the Tory leadership convention. The PCs in the low 40s, the Libs and NDP tied in upper mid 20s. Any change is regression to the polling average, not movement.
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Daniel Holland 30 Apr 18
Ford effect hasn't altered the picture?
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Darrell Bricker 30 Apr 18
Nope. He’s hardly a factor for PC voters right now. They are voting simply for change. Haven’t thought a lot yet about what happens the next day.
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Derek Leebosh 30 Apr 18
Replying to @darrellbricker
When will Ipsos come out with its next Ontario poll?
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Doug Johnson Hatlem 30 Apr 18
Replying to @darrellbricker
There’s movement for NDP. They are two points higher in average of last four polls as compared to average of all polls since PC leadership.
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Doug Johnson Hatlem 30 Apr 18
Replying to @darrellbricker
And Liberals have dropped a point in same average. This means NDP has pulled even where trailed by 3 previously. That matters.
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John Wright 30 Apr 18
Replying to @darrellbricker
I never trust robo polls anyways... Next...
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Craig Cherry 30 Apr 18
Shhhhh...they are trying to create a narrative
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