Federal Landscape At One Month After Election

Tory Surge In Quebec (34%, +9 Points) Would Now Likely Yield Conservative Majority - Conservatives And Bloc Quebecois (36%, -6 Points) Now in Virtual Tie In This ProvinceNationally, Conservatives (39%, +3 Points Since Election Day), Liberals (27%, -3 Points), NDP (20%, +3 Points)

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Toronto, ON - A month after being elected to government Stephen Harper and the Conservative Party appear to be well entrenched atop the federal polls while their chief national rival, the Liberal Party, has slipped somewhat since Election Day. But there has been substantial movement within the province of Quebec, where the...

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Federal Landscape At One Month After Election

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John Wright
Senior Vice President, US
Ipsos Public Affairs