Oct 15, 2015
By Jane Brown
Canadian Zoomers appear to be leaning toward a vote for the Liberals this coming Monday on Federal Election Day.
The latest overnight tracking by Nanos Research now has the Conservatives trailing the first place Liberals by about 8 percentage points. The Liberals have support of 37.1 percent of voters nationwide, while the Conservatives have 29.4 percent and the NDP support is at 23.7 percent.
But a new poll of older Canadians suggests the gap might be much more. Members of CARP – A New Vision of Aging – have been surveyed. Out of 1165 respondents, 41.6 percent of them say they will vote for the Liberals, 28.4 percent plan to cast a ballot for the Conservatives and just 10.9 percent say they will vote NDP.