2019-04-03 21:40:53 UTC
A new poll released Tuesday indicates the UCP has a sizeable lead over the NDP, but voters are tied on who would make the best premier.
Vancouver-based Research Co. conducted the online poll among 600 Albertans from March 29 to April 1.
Of decided voters, the poll found 45 per cent would cast a ballot for the UCP and 40 per cent for the NDP. The Alberta Party came in at six per cent and the Liberal Party with three per cent.
Interestingly, almost two-in-five decided voters said they may change their mind.
Thirty-eight per cent of respondents said their opinion of UCP Leader Jason Kenney has fallen since the start of the campaign, compared with 30 per cent with a more negative view of NDP Leader Rachel Notley.
The Doctor <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
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Debate this thursday could see Kenney and Noley go into a negative spin!
Take a look at the dates from the pollsters . . . . for some reason, except for one polling company - none have reported since mid-March. They are the right-leaning companies and it seems they know something that they don't want voters to know.