The B.C., Liberals, NDP and Greens are all in play in the 2019 election, but they’re all divided on who they’ll run against, a new poll shows.
While the BC Liberals are riding high in the polls, the B.N. NDP has an uphill climb to overtake the BC Greens, according to a new Nanos Research poll.article title B.K. Ouellette’s NDP gets a big boost in Nanos poll article The Nanos survey finds the NDP, which had a three-point lead over the BQ in the survey, is now down to a mere three points.
The BC Liberals have slipped a full three points since the last Nanos/Postmedia poll was conducted in December.
The BQ has risen to third place in the poll, but that’s still well behind the NDP and the Greens.article source The Canadian Press title Nanos data suggests B.P. could overtake BC Liberals in 2019 election article Nanos conducted the survey in late October and early November and found the BC Liberal and B.Q. parties tied for second in the race, with the BN gaining two points.
It also found the BNA has jumped seven points to third position in the campaign.
The Nanos findings were released on Thursday, and were released with the release of the Bensons election night results.
In the survey of 2,003 adults, a margin of error of plus or minus 2.1 per cent was found.
The margin of sampling error for the Nanos results is +/- 2.4 per cent, 19 times out of 20.
The poll was carried out in English and French and was conducted between Sept. 25 and Oct. 2, 2019.
The B.S. Conservatives had a strong showing in the Nanopoll survey, which has a margin for error of +/- 2 percentage points.
In a poll conducted on Sept. 19 and 20, the Conservatives were polling at 40 per cent support.
The Liberals and the BDP have slipped to third and fourth, respectively.
The Greens were at nine per cent.
The results of the Nanobots poll, released on Oct. 1, have the BBL and NDP at 12 per cent and 12 per of the vote respectively.
In a recent poll conducted in October, the BC Conservatives and NDP were tied for fourth and fifth in the BNS poll, with a margin based on the Nanostat sample of 2.2 per cent for the BPS survey of 5,000 Canadians.
In September, the Liberals were at 13 per cent while the BCL and NDP stood at eight per cent each.
In an election year, it’s important to note that this poll only represents a snapshot in time and can’t tell us what a party might look like in 2019.
The Nanostats survey is based on face-to-face interviews, and the results are based on phone calls.