If the Liberal leadership speculation does not stop, Liberals could end up in the same situation as Conservatives, says pollster Darrell Bricker. But pollster Nik Nanos says Trudeau could theoretically win another election, but likely a minority.
The results of the last two federal elections should be a ‘massive wakeup’ call for the Liberals, as they have lost the popular vote twice against two different Conservative leaders, says pollster Nik Nanos.
Half of the 42 ridings the Conservatives lost in the last election are suburban ridings, which public opinion analysts say proves yet again that any party that wants to form government needs to win the suburbs of major urban centres.
Victoria Galea, president of the Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas constituency association, says the leadership council has a 'systemic problem' with infighting that prevents them from making proper decisions and having a unified voice.
Will O’Toole hang on and keep trying to sell a moderate-sounding package designed to break through his party’s 34 per cent ceiling with a wider coalition, or is the party about to go in the other direction?
There is plenty to do, and Canadians have told their federal politicians to get back at it. If you must pass judgment on the value question, how about you wait and see where we are in a year from now, or three.
The Bloc Québécois got a bump in support this election from debate moderator Shachi Kurl's question on Quebec’s secularism laws, which outraged Quebecers and 'galvanized' them to turn out for the party in the election, say political analysts.