They’ve doubled the gap between the parties, compared to 2020 numbers, leaving the UCP in their dust.
Four voter intention polls this month saw NDP making significant gains, more than any other party, and one had them jumping by 5 points.
UCP is at their lowest level of support since being elected. They’re closer to the Wildrose in the polls than they are to the NDP.
UCP support remains unchanged since January.
Between 2016 and 2020, the NDP & UCP governments cut health spending for the 16 largest health sites by a combined $220 million, under the guise of “finding efficiencies”.
Plus, Kenney comes out as the least impressive leader.
A poll released last week found the Alberta NDP once again leading in support against the UCP. This is the 6th one since November.
First time since the election they’re projected to win, with forecasts of sweeping Edmonton, taking 70% of Calgary, and gaining 7 seats elsewhere.
The party is still in third place, however, behind the Liberals and Conservatives.
This is the third poll in a row where Alberta’s UCP don’t lead in support.