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Alberta Politics Deep Dive: Notley’s NDP leads Smith and the UCP by 8 but a core group of “reluctant” UCP voters will likely decide the election

Earlier this week I was in Calgary speaking to a business group about the political environments in Canada and Alberta. I shared some data from a new survey Abacus Data completed last week exploring the public mood as well as political opinions and perceptions. The data in this briefing comes from an online survey of

Alberta Pulse: UCP leads over NDP thanks to a more united right

THE UNITED CONSERVATIVE PARTY LEADS THE NDP BY 15 AS 77% OF FORMER WILDROSE AND PC PARTY SUPPORTERS NOW SUPPORT THE UCP. By David Coletto About three and a half years ago, the NDP surprised many in Alberta and across the country by winning a majority government in a province that had never elected the

Alberta’s election was more about change, less about the NDP, say voters.

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto We’ve just completed a major, in depth survey among 1,000 residents of Alberta.  The second tranche of results is described here, and more of the data will be available in the coming weeks. Our first release, from earlier this week, can be found by clicking here. WHAT HAPPENED? We

Sun News: Breaking down the final Abacus-Sun News Alberta poll

David joined Caryn Lieberman on Sun News to breakdown the final poll on the Alberta provincial election  

Sun News: Comparing the parties and leaders

David sat down with Brian Dunstan on Sun News Live on Sunday to go over the latest numbers as the Alberta campaign heads into its final week.  

Sun News: Wildrose Party Takes the Lead

David Coletto crunches the numbers of the Roundtable with Pat Boland.  The Wildrose Party now has a 13-point lead of the Alberta PCs.

Sun News Network: Crunching the latest Alberta poll

David joined Pat Boland on the Roundtable this morning to break down the Abacus Data/QMI/SUN News Poll on Alberta politics. You can find the poll details here.

Calgary Sun: Wildrose surges at expense of ruling Conservatives

Voter support for Alberta’s governing Tories has dramatically dwindled, according to a new electoral poll. The QMI/Sun News-Abacus Data poll conducted last week shows the PC lead over their right wing Wildrose Party foes narrowing considerably, to a count of 34% against 29%. One survey from late February showed the lead of a Tory party

Good decisions require good data.