NL Election 2015: Windsor Lake – Liberal Cathy Bennett leads Ryan Cleary by 58 points.

By David Coletto VOCM News commissioned Abacus Data to conduct surveys in four provincial electoral districts. Today, we report the results of a survey of 500 eligible voters living in Windsor Lake. The Race for Windsor Lake Liberal candidate and incumbent MHA Cathy Bennett has very large 58-point lead over PC candidate and former NDP

NL Election Kick-Off: Liberals storm to a 47-point lead. It Isn’t About the Economy.

By David Coletto & Bruce Anderson Coming off of a Liberal sweep of Newfoundland and Labrador in October’s Federal Election, provincial Liberals in Newfoundland and Labrador have stormed into a 47-point lead province-wide in our latest survey of 800 eligible voters in the province. Liberal support is at 66% compared with 19% for the PCs

VOCM-Abacus Data Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Poll: Full Details

By David Coletto On Friday we released the vote intention of eligible voters in Newfoundland and Labrador from the random telephone survey we conducted with VOCM on provincial politics in the province. Today, we release the full report on the provincial politics portion of the survey.  Tomorrow we will release our look at federal politics in the

NL Liberals lead as NDP surges past Tories into second place

By David Coletto According to a new VOCM-Abacus Data random telephone survey of 722 eligible voters in Newfoundland and Labrador conducted from June 17 to 21, 2015, the NL Liberals continue to hold a large lead in voter support.  The survey also finds a surge in support for the NDP, which has jumped into second

Provincial and Federal Liberals have a big lead in Newfoundland and Labrador

By Bruce Anderson and David Coletto According to a new Abacus Data random telephone survey of 653 eligible voters in Newfoundland and Labrador conducted from February 17 to 25, 2015, the NL Liberals continue to hold a large lead over the PC Party. The Liberals lead the Tories by 25-points with support for the Liberals

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