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The Canadian Election after Week #2: Harper’s Conservatives (41%) Hold Lead over Ignatieff’s Liberals (26%), Layton’s NDP (19%) and May’s Green Party (4%) with Duceppe’s Bloc Leading in Quebec at 37% (9%)

Depending on Turnout, Tories Could Get Coveted Majority (44%) and Big Shifts Could Come With Soft Second Choice Liberals Moving to NDP

Friday, April 08, 2011

Toronto, ON – The latest Ipsos Reid poll conducted during the second week of the Federal election for Global Television and Postmedia News indicates that if the election were held tomorrow the Conservatives under Prime Minister Stephen Harper would receive 41% of the vote among decided voters (down 2 points from two weeks ago)....

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The Canadian Election after Week #2:
Harper’s Conservatives (41%) Hold Lead over Ignatieff’s Liberals (26%), Layton’s NDP (19%) and May’s Green 
Party (4%) with Duceppe’s Bloc Leading in Quebec at 37% (9%)


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