Mainstreet Survey Shows Tight Races In B.C.
Prince George, B.C.- The latest survey by Mainstreet Research indicates there is no clear winner in all ridings in B.C. but the Conservatives have the edge in areas other than Greater Vancouver and Vancouver Island.
The survey indicates there is good and bad news for each of the main parties depending on the area of the province.
According to the survey, the Conservatives have the support of 35% of decided voters in the Province outside the Greater Vancouver and Island areas. The NDP are next with 26%, the Liberals have 15% and the Green Party trails with 8%.
It’s a different story in Greater Vancouver, where the Liberals have 28%, the Conservatives 27%, the NDP 23% and the Green Party 6%.
In the Islands, the NDP lead with 28% of the decided vote, the Conservatives have 23% and the Liberals and Green Party are tied at 16% each .
“These numbers seem to indicate very many tight races, and a large number of three way races throughout BC.”says Quito Maggi, President of Mainstreet Research.