Ontario Election Polls 2022: Doug Ford Led Progressive Conservative Party Heading For an Easy Win

Ontario Election Polls 2022: Doug Ford Led Progressive Conservative Party Heading For an Easy Win
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Ontario Election Polls 2022: Doug Ford led Progressive Conservative Party is set to return to Power as per the latest poll.

In 2018, the political landscape of Ontario changed completely. Ontario has been a stronghold for the Liberal Party as they have been at the helm of power since 2003 when the Liberal Party under the leadership of Dalton McGuinty unseated the Progressive Conservative government. Since then Liberal Party has been in the power in Ontario up to 2018. In a 2018 poll, the Progressive Conservative Party under the leadership of Doug Ford won an absolute majority in the Ontario Legislative election.

The Liberal Party could win only 7 seats, 48 seats less than their previous total. Ontario is set to go for election once again. The Progressive Conservative Party will be fighting under the leadership of Doug Ford while the Liberal Party will be contesting the upcoming election under the new leadership of Steven Del Duca. Andrea Horwath will be leading the New Democratic Party in the election.

The 2022 Ontario General Election is scheduled to be held on or before June 2nd, 2022.

Ontario Election Polls 2022: Latest Polls

Date PC NDP Liberal Green
POLL OF POLLS May 19th 35.6% 23% 29% 6.5%
Research Co. May 17 34 23 29 7
Mainstreet Research May 17 36.8 23.1 27.2 5.6
Innovative Research Group May 16 36 23 31 7

The latest poll for the upcoming Ontario election has the ruling Progressive Conservative in poll position. However, the polls have predicted the vote share of the Progressive Conservative party to come down as compared to the last election. In the last Ontario election, the PC got an overall vote share of 40.5% and 67 seats.

The poll shows the New Democratic Party is set to lose most in the upcoming poll with Liberal Party gaining the most. In the last election, NDP had a 33% vote share and they won 38 seats but in the upcoming election, NDP may manage to win around 20% of the vote share. The liberal party on the other hand, which was whitewashed in the last election, may get over 30% vote share, 10% more than what it managed in the last election.

Ontario Election 2022 Predictions: Net Sentiment

Leaders Data

Doug Ford
Andrea Horwath
Steven Del Duca
Mike Schreiner
May 19th
-27.4%
-9.4%
+5%
-2.5%
May 3rd
-26.1%
-8.4%
+10.8%
+10.3%

Partwise Data

Progressive Conservative
NDP
Liberal Party
Green Party
May 19th
-8.8%
-21.9%
-25.5%
-6.8%
May 3rd
-11.4%
-24%
-35.2%
-9.8%

The net sentiment of the current premier, Doug Ford is the worst among the leaders of the rest of the party. But the Progressive Conservative Party enjoys a better reputation among the citizens of Ontario as per the data.

If we talk about NDP leader Andrea Horwath, her net sentiment is slightly better than the net sentiment for her party in Ontario.

The Liberal Party leader, Steven Del Duca has a high positive net sentiment but his party’s net sentiment is the worst among all the parties.

Ontario Election 2022 polls: Google Trend

Leaders Data


Doug Ford
Andrea Horwath
Steven Del Duca
Mike Schreiner
May 19th
47%
18%
29%
6%
May 3rd
70%
9%
18%
3%

Partwise Data

Progressive Conservative
NDP
Liberal Party
Green Party
May 19th
21%
15%
32%
32%
May 3rd
19%
26%
35%
22%

Doug Ford has a very high Google search volume in the last 7 days while his party has the lowest Google search volume. Liberal Party of Ontario has a very high search volume.

Ontario Election Polls 2022: Latest Videos

Ontario Election Polls 2022: Latest Tweets

Andrea Horwath on Twitter: “So much love and energy at @ChandraPasma’s campaign office opening in Ottawa West-Nepean this afternoon!Our momentum is building, and we’re stronger and more ready than ever to fix the things that matter most to Ontarians. Together, we can get it done! 🍊#StrongReadyNDP #ONpoli pic.twitter.com/Q2oUNuYidJ / Twitter”

So much love and energy at @ChandraPasma’s campaign office opening in Ottawa West-Nepean this afternoon!Our momentum is building, and we’re stronger and more ready than ever to fix the things that matter most to Ontarians. Together, we can get it done! 🍊#StrongReadyNDP #ONpoli pic.twitter.com/Q2oUNuYidJ

Doug Ford on Twitter: “We’re working for workers to secure good jobs in clean steel at companies like Stelco.We’re saying YES to a historic $1.8 billion deal with ArcelorMittal Dofasco, protecting 4,600 good jobs in #Hamilton & across the province. #GetItDone #ONPoli pic.twitter.com/VHEyY5eYbl / Twitter”

We’re working for workers to secure good jobs in clean steel at companies like Stelco.We’re saying YES to a historic $1.8 billion deal with ArcelorMittal Dofasco, protecting 4,600 good jobs in #Hamilton & across the province. #GetItDone #ONPoli pic.twitter.com/VHEyY5eYbl

Ontario Election Polls 2022: Latest News

Ontario Election Polls 2022: What Happened In Last Election?

The last Ontario election was held on June 7th 2018 to elect the members of the 42nd Parliament of Ontario. The ruling Liberal Party were under the pressure of 15 years of anti-incumbency. The result of the election came as a thrashing for Liberal Party. After 15 years of rule, the Liberal Party was pushed to 3rd place as they could win only 7 seats, 48 seats less than what they had won in the last election.

The Progressive Conservative Party under the leadership of Doug Ford won the absolute majority in the Parliament of Ontario. from 27 seats in 2014, the PC won 76 seats, 49 seats more than their previous tally.

The New Democratic Party won 40 seats and was 2nd in the election. They had won 18 seats in the 2014 election.

After the declaration of the result, Doug Ford went on to become the new Premier of Ontario.

Ontario Election Polls 2022

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