Friday, April 11, 2008

My Bad

How's that bash Ontario strategy going for the Conservative Party?

Ontario (N=251, MoE ± 6.3%, 19 times out of 20)
Liberal Party 50% (+7)
Conservative Party 32% (+1)
NDP 13% (-6)
Green Party 6% (-1)
According to Nik Nanos, they gained one percent support in the province, while they only let the Liberals gain 7%.

Apparently, I know nothing about political strategy.

Well played, everyone.

2 comments:

Wheatsheaf said...

In Ontario the Liberals have benefited from a boost from the by-election wins, and, in the short run, from the Leprechaun vs. McGuinty fight. But, the fight is not about poll results in March/April, it is about setting the stage to place blame in the future if Ontario's economy follows the U.S.'s. all about political positioning in case the economy tanks.

Jason Cherniak said...

Stop making fun of Flaherty's height!