Musings —06.11.2014 04:35 PM—
…with those most likely to vote. Holy shit la merde!
They’ve got a huge sample – two thousand people. And look at what’s happened to the NDP vote! If this is a trend, and not a blip, who is going to be leader of the Opposition?
And, continuing with the breathless questions, what does it all mean, Virginia? It means GOTV tomorrow determines who wins. Full stop.
Ipsos, with my emphasis added:
“Examining the regional vote by those most likely to vote:
· In the 905, the PCs (43%) pull ahead of the Liberals (30%) and NDP (23%).
· In the 416, the NDP (38%) are in a statistical tie with the Liberals (35%),while the Tories (24%) trail.
· In Southwestern Ontario, the NDP (39%) are also ahead of the PCs (32%) and Liberals (25%).
· In Eastern Ontario, the Tories (43%) do well against the Liberals (29%) and NDP (24%).
· In Central Ontario (based on a small sample size), the PCs (45%) pull ahead of the Liberals (35%) and NDP (17%).
· In Northern Ontario, the results (based on a small sample size), the PCs (37%), Liberals (34%) and NDP (28%) remain competitive.”