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Followup: NDP hypothetical official opposition status currently not happening according to Decima or Nanos.

If the latest 2 polls released today from Decima and Nanos are an accurate indicator of a Liberal turnaround in the polls and not just statistical noise, then all we engaged in the last blogpost of mine was some fun hypothetical situations.

Harper showed his “not likable streak” last week that he’s more or less masked this election, and that may have helped to trim the poll gap, as progressive moderate voters got reminded just what a nasty angry mean Conservative Party this is, led by a nasty angry mean leader. That positive momentum for the Liberals needs to be kept up. Keep the gap to single digits until we get to the leaders debate, and let’s see what happens at that and afterward.

12 comments to Followup: NDP hypothetical official opposition status currently not happening according to Decima or Nanos.

  • Walkswithcoffee

    Scott, you have been wrong before and are wrong now.

  • @Walkswithcoffee

    Eugene.. you can have some eloquent posts and replies.. but this series of replies isn’t included. You’re totally wrong on this. Steve is no more a CPC sock-puppet then Harper is a Liberal.

    I repeat: apologize to him.

  • Walkswithcoffee

    No apology, you are supporting a CPoC sock puppet.

  • Originally Posted By WalkswithcoffeeAnd that proves what?

    He attacks libs and NDPers all the time… he is a CPoC sock puppet plan and simple.

    Uh, no he isn’t Walks.. you are totally out to lunch on that accusation.

    I’ve met the guy in person a few times. I know him. Furthermore, since you hadn’t apparently noticed, his blog persona got revealed a month and a half ago. He’s a relative of the Liberal candidate running in Guelph.

    Liberals are ALLOWED to criticize the NDP (I do it sometimes too – so does that make me a CPC sockpuppet?)

    Furthermore, Liberals are EVEN allowed to be critical of other Liberals.

    So, Walks, I suggest you retract the accusation and make an apology on here to Steve.

  • Walkswithcoffee

    “Hes a member of both the Liberal bloggers (Liblogs) and of Progressive Bloggers. ”

    And that proves what?

    He attacks libs and NDPers all the time… he is a CPoC sock puppet plan and simple.

  • Originally Posted By paulAt least you are finally admitting the the Grits can’t win.

    Paul:

    The polls are still not good – but I’ve conceded no such thing.

  • Originally Posted By WalkswithcoffeeRather than quoting a CPoC sock puppet (aka Steve V)

    Walks:

    You should read Steve’s blog a tad more carefully. He’s a member of both the Liberal bloggers (Liblogs) and of Progressive Bloggers. he is no sockpuppet (Liberals are allowed to be critical of their own side) and to answer your first question, I’m linking to him because he’s talking about both polls.

  • Walkswithcoffee

    Pesonally having become a centrist I naturally prefer political parties of the centre, but I don’t generally like to take sides between the NDP and Liberals; However I do object to both NDP and Liberals slashing at each other when Harper is the opponent.

    Even though I’m of the center, I think a “stand-down” cooperative ballot is needed this time for both the NDP and Liberals sakes.

    All you two have to do is mutally stand down 20 candiadate each in strategic ridings and Harper is no more… that is all you have to do.

    Cheers,

    Coffee

  • paul

    At least you are finally admitting the the Grits can’t win.

    Are you now going to take some responsibility for being among the Liberals emboldening the party to push the Conservatives in a war of brinkmanship. They called your bluff and that will hurt the Liberal party for years to come. It will hurt Canada because the only party that can afford to act like the official opposition is the NDP (God help us. You overestimated your party and you completely misread the electorate.

  • Walkswithcoffee

    Rather than quoting a CPoC sock puppet (aka Steve V), here is Nanos straight up:

    CPAC-Nanos Tracking CP 36, LP 27, NDP 19, GP 9, BQ 9 (ending September 27)

  • Walkswithcoffee

    Why not go to the source for the numbers?

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