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Federal Liberals tops on Nanos Party Power Index

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Published on January 09, 2015 with No Comments

The first wave of weekly tracking in the Nanos Party Power Index pegged the federal Liberals at 56 points out of 100 followed by the Conservatives at 51 points, the NDP at 49 points, the Green Party at 31 points and the Bloc Quebecois at 25 points (Quebec only).
The Nanos Party Power Index methodology comprises a basket of political goods that includes ballot preferences, accessible voters, preferred PM views and evaluations of the leaders. It is modeled similar to a standard confidence index.
For the second week in succession the NDP have hit a 12 month high on their level of accessible voter tracking. Asked which parties they would consider or not consider voting for through a series of independent questions, 55 per cent of Canadians would consider voting for the Liberals, 47 per cent would consider voting NDP, 42 per cent would consider voting for the Conservatives and 27 per cent would consider voting for the Green Party.


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