Episode #4 - What a difference a poll makes
Nova Scotia's election, Annamie Paul's leadership and divergences in the polls on this week's episode of The Writ
This week on The Writ podcast:
In the news
Nova Scotia goes to the polls on August 17.
The immediate threats to Annamie Paul’s Green Party leadership are dropped.
Mark Carney isn’t running.
Polls of the week
Angus Reid Institute: No Liberal landslide here.
Nanos Research: Trudeau hits 40% on Best PM.
Questions and answers
What are the Conservatives’ prospects in Quebec?
What explains the divergences in the polls?
The 1928 British Columbia provincial election.
Sources: British Columbia’s Premiers in Profile: The good, the bad and the transient by William Rayner, Duff Pattulo of British Columbia by Robin Fisher, The Canadian Annual Review of Public Affairs, 1927-28 and election-atlas.ca by J.P. Kirby.
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