With 10 days until the federal election, the Liberal Party is gaining speed in British Columbia, but it’s still a tight three-way race.
That’s if you believe the latest poll.
Quito Maggi, president of Main Street Research, says the numbers from Main Street Research suggest the Conservatives are stagnant at 33 per cent among decided voters in B.C., while the NDP is down two points at 29, and the Liberals up two at 28 per cent support.
“It’s going to make for a lot of close three-way races. I predict that British Columbia will have the most three-way races, unfortunately you’re beaten out by Quebec where there is going to be 24-way races to watch on election night.”
Maggi says the latest results suggest a decline in support nationally for the NDP.
Advanced voting kicks off today.
CORRECTION: An earlier online web story attributed these numbers as national poll numbers. They are numbers from B.C. That was incorrect. We apologize for any confusion.