People’s Party of Canada Polls: PPC is surging and could TRIPLE vote share to greater than 5%

People’s Party of Canada Polls: PPC is surging and could TRIPLE vote share to greater than 5%

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People’s Party of Canada Polls: PPC is predicted to win 4.8% of the national vote share as per the weekly polls and 7.6% of the vote share as per the daily polls. PPC is also surging on Google!

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Individuality and Autonomy: Maxime Bernier and the PPC | Maxime Bernier | The JBP Podcast – S4: E:46

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People’s Party of Canada Polls: Summary of all the Polls, Sep 18th

PollsterPolling DatesLiberalsConservativesNDPPPC
Weekly Polls AverageSep 13-16th30.8%32.0%20.2%4.8%
YouGovSep 14th29%32%19%5%
IpsosSep 13th32%32%21%3%
Leger PollSep 17th34%30%20%6%
Angus ReidSep 17th30%32%20%5%
Campaign ResearchSep 16th31%31%21%5%
Daily Polls AverageReported on Sep 18th31.2%29.6%20.5%7.6%
Nanos ResearchSep 17th31%29%21%7%
Mainstreet ResearchSep 17th31.0%31%20%8.4%
EKOSSep 17th30.6%27.7%20.0%9.1%
Abacus DataSep 17th32%21%21%6%
Results 2019201933.1%34.3%16%1.6%

People’s Party of Canada Polls: Google Search data

On Google Search, the PPC had a 31% share of search in the last 7 days

In 2019, PPC had 12% share of search in the last 7 days prior to 2019 election

Remember, Google Share is useful from a directional context, it is NOT CORRECT to convert Google Search share to Vote share

People's Party of Canada Polls: PPC is surging and could TRIPLE vote share to greater than 5%

Where is the PPC performing well?

Let us look at the data for the last 7 days and here are the top 5 provinces (> 10 seats) in terms of performance

  1. Alberta – 36% share (improved rank)
  2. Manitoba – 35% share
  3. Saskatchewan – 35% share
  4. Ontario – 35% share (improved performance)
  5. British Columbia – 28%

The Conservatives swept Alberta and Saskatchewan in 2019. The Tories won 50% of the seats in Manitoba and will be hurt if the PPC can translate this surge in search to votes. The Tories will underperform in both BC and Ontario should the PPC convert Google search to votes.

People’s Party of Canada Polls: Latest News

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People’s Party of Canada Polls: Tweets

Originally tweeted by Dylan Anderson (@dylansjanderson) on September 18, 2021.

“So while you might be worried about the PPC ‘Purple Wave’, there is likely no way they will win a seat. Other than Mad Max, their highest vote percentage in a riding for 2019 was only 5%. And in Bernier’s riding, I don’t think we can expect 40% anti-vaxxers needed to win” /3

“Strategic voting will likely decide the CPC vote. For example, 50% of PPC voters in 2019 ranked the CPC as their second choice. So if PPC ends with 4% of the vote instead of 8%, that could be an extra 2% for the CPC” /6

Originally tweeted by Alan Fryer (@alanfryermedia) on September 18, 2021.

Interesting that the PPC has twice the level of support as the Greens yet ⁦@MaximeBernier⁩ still can’t make the cover page. #elxn44

Originally tweeted by Darth Diggity (@DarthDiggity) on September 19, 2021.

How could the CPC save Canada when they’re promising the same things the libs are?
They are no different.

Why not vote Trudeau then? Same policies!

Vote for change and #voteppc.

Nice try though! Didn’t work.

If the CPC needs our voice, they can #voteppc and join us!

People’s Party of Canada Polls: PPC Related Videos and Platform information

Why is there a surge of support for the PPC?

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People's Party of Canada Polls: PPC is surging and could TRIPLE vote share to greater than 5%

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Subhash, Founder of Crowdwisdom360 is an MBA and a Trained Financial Advisor with an extensive background in Forecasting in Financial Services and Politics. He has appeared many times on National TV and has written for a variety of magazines on Wealth Management and Election Strategy.