Three weeks before the snap election, the Liberals of the Conservatives overthrew Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with the intention of voting.
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According to a study by the Nanos Institute for the CTV Channel and Daily Account, the main opposition party, the Erin O Tools Conservative Party, has gained the upper hand in recent days as support for the Liberals has waned. The Globe and the Mail.
The Nanos electoral barometer attributes 33.3% of voting intentions to the Conservatives and 30.8% to the Trudeau Liberals.
The polls put the Liberals ahead when Mr Trudeau announced an early poll on September 20, less than two years after the last federal election, hoping to regain a majority in the House of Commons.
“Conservatives seem to be gaining the upper hand and there is a clear negative pressure on liberals right now,” Polling founder Nick Nanos told CTV.
The public channel CBC’s electoral barometer also gives the Conservatives the lead, but with a much lower margin: 32.5% for the Conservatives and 32.2% for the Liberals.
The New Democratic Party (NDP, left) is in third place with 21.7% of the vote, according to Nanola and 20.2% by CBC Barometer.
According to Nanos, Conservative leader Erin O’Toole’s rating, largely unknown to the general public, also rose from 24% to 27.2%, while Justin Trudeau’s Canadian’s preferred candidate dropped from 32.7 on August 23. % To 29.9% over the same period.
Nanos said support for the Liberals would decline during this week’s election campaign in Afghanistan and the end of the Canadian – led evacuation operation.
Trudeau had to cancel a campaign rally in the Toronto area on Friday in anger at anti-vaccine protesters.
The nanos barometer is operated by telephone in a sample of 1,200 people, a third of whom are interrogated every evening with an error of 2.8 points.