(HALIFAX, NS) – The Progressive Conservatives continues to lead in Nova Scotia three months out from their election win, with 41% support (up 14 percentage points since March).
Among decided and leaning voters, the NDP have 27% support (up 12 percentage points since the spring), followed by the Liberals at 23% (down 28 percentage points) and the Green Party at 5%.
“Support for the Progressive Conservatives is strong across all areas of the province. Demographically, support is strongest among the 55 plus age group.”, said Lianne Sarson, Vice-President, Research and Engagement with MQO.
The poll of 400 Nova Scotians was in the field from November 14th and 24th, 2021.
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