BC is quickly becoming one of the most Conservative provinces
Despite typically being seen as a bastion of socialism in Canada, polls show that BC is quickly becoming one of the most Conservative provinces.

TCS Wire

March 21, 2024

Despite typically being seen as a bastion of socialism in Canada, polls show that BC is quickly becoming one of the most Conservative provinces.

In fact, if the federal election was held today, the Conservatives would absolutely dominate every other party.

According to a recent poll from Mainstreet Research, 1 in 2 voters (49.6%) have indicated their intent to vote for Pierre Poilievre and the federal Conservative Party of Canada, more than the Liberals (22.8%) and NDP combined (19.4%).

And it’s not just a single pollster predicting this result. Most, if not all, of them are.

According to 338Canada’s most recent aggregate polling (published on March 17), 43% of BC residents (up 6 points) currently intend to vote Conservative compared to 25% signalling favour for the NDP (up 5 points) and a paltry 22% signalling favour for the Liberals (down 4 points).

A similar picture is being shaped at the provincial level

Similarly, on the provincial level, the BC Conservatives are making leaps and bounds in terms of favourability.

While not quite in the lead yet, most polls have shown that the BC Conservatives have all but cemented themselves as the primary contender to the BC NDPs, overtaking or being currently tied with the BC United Party (formerly the Liberals) based on the most recent polling.

Accordingly, earlier today, the Conservatives exclaimed that the party was “within striking distance” of the provincial NDPs based on the available data. And they’re not wrong.

Indeed, while the provincial election is still 7 months away, this timeframe appears to bode well for the ascendent BCC compared with the diminishing United Party. And all eyes should be on the results because if the BC Conservatives manage to rise from near total irrelevance to clinch victory or even have a standout performance, it will indicate that the future of the province, both provincially and nationally, is indisputably Conservative. It’s only a matter of time.

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