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The poll, conducted between October 4th to the 11th — just days after Mr. Trudeau confirmed his bid to become Liberal leader — indicates that the Liberals would get 30.1% of the vote, two points ahead of the NDP at 27.9% and just three points behind the Tories, who would garner 33.3% of the vote.
In Quebec, however, the Thomas Mulcair led NDP are still the top party, having gained two points since September moving to 35.7% from 33.7%. In fact, all of the federal parties gained in Quebec. The Tories, Liberals and Greens were all up one point, while the Bloc Quebecois lost ground.
Of the 1,000 people asked, 822 were committed voters. The Nanos Research Survey is accurate to within 3.4 percentage points, plus or minus, 19 times out of 20. The sample sizes for regional areas are smaller, and therefore are more affected by statistical variance.
Once considered Canada’s “natural governing party,” the Liberals captured just 19% of the vote and 34 seats, falling to third place for the first time in their history, behind the Official Opposition New Democratic Party.
Mr. Trudeau entered politics in 2007.
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