Trudeau Liberals, Poilievre Conservatives in ‘deadly heat’: Nanos

With the federal healthcare funding deal at the forefront and the state of health care outperforming other issues of national concern — including inflation and the economy — the Liberal Party because the federation seems to be getting the support of the corresponding ballot and is in a favorable position. die heat with the Conservatives.

(Source: Nanos Research)

Nik Nanos, official pollster for CTV News and Globe and Mail, said: “The bottom line here is that healthcare is on the rise as a top national concern.

With the Liberal Party’s healthcare funding deal – which Canada’s prime ministers have agreed to accept – prominent in the news this past week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is front and center,” and what you see is basically the Liberal numbers showing a positive turnaround over the past four weeks with a focus on healthcare,” Nanos said.

Nanos’ weekly vote-tracking trendline shows the Conservatives leading the Liberals starting in December, but the Liberals began to gradually increase in mid-January and have closed the gap.

Nanos said: “When we look at the table, with the actual percentages, we can see that it’s quite a bitter showdown between the Liberals and the Conservatives. Both are in favor of each. side with 33 percentage points.”

(Source: Nanos Research)

He added that Conservative Party Leader Pierre Poilievre – who is baffling the Liberals on pocket issues, affordable housing and law and order concerns – has been “almost of the time” absent” in the discussion of health care. “So he’s the kind of territory ceded to the Liberal Party,” said Nanos.


Meanwhile, Jagmeet Singh’s NDP has received strong support and is accounting for 21% of Nanos’ weekly vote tracking. This could be a threat to the Liberal Party, who have a trust and supply agreement with the NDP, if Singh determines that Trudeau is not going far enough in support of their progressive agenda .

“That’s why NDPs will be the ones to watch,” Nanos said. “Jagmeet Singh has leverage and he’s going to have more leverage, and that’s why the Liberal Party has to worry, because when those NDP numbers go up in the mid-20s, the Liberals start to panic. lost seats to both the New Democrats and the Conservatives.”

(Source: Nanos Research)

Nanos said we can expect Singh and Poilievre to “team” Trudeau in an attempt to divide voters, “to create those opportunities for both the Conservatives and the NDP to win seats to the Liberal Party’s detriment. because, especially in Ontario. That’s where the Liberals could really be at risk in Ontario against some of these divisions in British Columbia.”

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