Our their Kady gives you all the details of the Corp’s latest Ekos poll, which shows an appreciable softening of Conservative support in many parts of the country — and a perhaps-surprising dead-fifth-party bounce for the Greens.
To me, the narrowing of the Conservative lead over the Liberals is the story (though of course a poll is never a story, polls are for dogs, the only poll that counts is the blah blah blah). As for the Greens, my hunch is that it’s a reflection of the issue du jour: disaffection with the prorogation of Prarliament. That’s shenanigans, and the public is perhaps a little less willing than, say, Liberals are to believe a Liberal prime minister would never pull the same stunt. Elizabeth May, on the other hand, wrote a whole book about electoral reform, so her party becomes a wee bit of a refuge for disaffected voters.
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