The final numbers on a good night for the Liberals
A Liberal-NDP accord?
The Liberals take the lead for the first time in four years
It seems that time is being used for partisan attacks
The Conservative lead persists
Eric Grenier runs the numbers on aboriginal turnout.
According to a study by Elections Canada published in August 2012, turnout on first nations reserves was just under 45 per cent
Mulcair needs seats in Saskatchewan and Manitoba if he wants to win an election. Here’s the plan to do it
The year-end polling averages for 2012 and what three years of polling looks like.
Separately, Eric Grenier looks at some of the NDP’s numbers in the latest Ipsos survey.
The latest monthly polling averages from threehundredeight.com.
Both the Conservatives and New Democrats slip a little nationally. The Conservatives take a lead in British Columbia and maintain leads in Alberta, the Prairies and Ontario. The NDP leads
Eric Grenier attempts to quantify the increasingly partisan nature of members’ statements.
An analysis of almost 1,000 speeches made during the Statements by Members period between 1994 and 2012 over
Only two national polls in August, but the Conservatives gain a slight advantage.
A year ago, the Conservatives went into the fall with a five-point advantage. Two years ago, the
A slight tightening in the national numbers for July.
By region, it’s a tie in the Prairies, while the NDP leads by six in British Columbia and the Conservatives lead
Eric Grenier has updated his monthly polling averages for June at threehundredeight.com.
The New Democrats are first in British Columbia (+6), Quebec (+19) and Atlantic Canada (+10). The Conservatives are
In light of the NDP’s recent bump in opinion polling, Eric Grenier looks at how the Liberals fared immediately after the arrivals of their two previous leaders.
When Stéphane Dion
Eric Grenier considers Thomas Mulcair’s mandate. Joanna Smith looks at the potential personnel changes. Mark Kennedy lists ten challenges. The Globe profiles a hard-hitting pragmatist. And Postmedia and the Canadian
The numbers paint an ugly picture for the federal Liberals