NDP Leading in Cariboo-Prince George – Poll
Prince George, B.C. – An opinion poll conducted over the weekend shows the NDP leading in the Cariboo-Prince George riding.
The Environics poll was commissioned by Leadnow – a self-described independent advocacy organization with over 500,000 members.
The poll, conducted over the phone and including a sample size of 500 eligible voters in Cariboo-Prince George, (with a margin of error of 4.4% 19 times out of 20) found the following of decided voters:
Director of Engagement with Leadnow.ca Matthew Carroll says they decided to run the poll last week.
“Our pledge was if we got over 500 people to sign our vote together pledge, which says I’ll pledge to vote together to vote for the candidate best positioned to defeat the Conservative, if we got over 500 in a riding, then we’d try and crowd fund to do local polling in that riding,” he says.
“And Cariboo-Prince George hit that threshold about a week ago so we ran a poll over the weekend.”
As for what’s next, Carroll says Leadnow will be asking their community in Cariboo-Prince George if they’d like them to officially recommend the NDP as the candidate best positioned to win.
He says they will likely publish their recommendation by Thursday.