Nanos on major turning points in the 2019 federal election campaign


Nik Nanos from Nanos Research discusses his latest survey results, how the election campaign has gone and what were some of the major turning points.

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53 Comments on "Nanos on major turning points in the 2019 federal election campaign"

  1. Justin Trudeau is not a feminist nor does he stand for women’s rights. He fired two female caucus members because they did the right thing. Trudeau is corrupt.

    • whiterthan hitler | October 20, 2019 at 4:50 PM | Reply

      They’re all corrupt, he just operates on a whole new level of incompetence.

    • so ur a male feminist lol

    • Did you know I just found out if you have no associations with a party and you say something about any politician hiring election time, you can be put in jail for 5 years, but if you do have do have associates with a party, it does not matter because they always, give cheap shots, at each other, and some more then others, is that nice to know now, I just found that out so, all who has been saying anything is in big trouble possible, unless you know some one in politics, or work for a political party, Evan passing out flyers count, so look out, but indent know if it is just lies or the truth when you say something,

    • Norbert Kausen | October 20, 2019 at 7:23 PM | Reply

      He also groped females, assaulted a female MP and had an inappropriate relationship with a female student at the private school where he volunteered and was fired!

    • foundthecreek damrights | October 21, 2019 at 2:59 AM | Reply

      @Gary Wilson really, what law is that?. not that I would obey it in the least

  2. Nanos is bogus. Will be tight.

  3. Just got censored – thanks Daisy Group!

  4. MARGARET SCHAFF | October 20, 2019 at 3:44 PM | Reply

    Voter turnout will be historic!

    • Jordan Hallson | October 21, 2019 at 12:43 AM | Reply

      Actually I’ve seen several ‘never-voters’ who are voting…this could be bigger than most could imagine!

      And honestly, Bloc’s leader is better than the other top 4…but it’s PPC for the win!

    • The Canada First Party | October 21, 2019 at 12:52 AM | Reply

      @Jordan Hallson great feedback . thanks

    • foundthecreek damrights | October 21, 2019 at 3:04 AM | Reply

      @Wasup Fool oh fk noo, most of those pot smokers had big dreams of being big time dealers. had no clue only like 5 licences would be handed out per province, with a rigged lottery type system

    • Comrade Corbin | October 21, 2019 at 8:03 AM | Reply

      in the prairies it will, in Quebec and Ontario it will probably be low because no one like the conservatives or liberals

    • Paul-Andre Gravelle | October 21, 2019 at 8:16 AM | Reply

      On what do you base your assertion?

  5. Trudeau is only focused on Trudeau – he hates Canadians!

  6. Kevin Canuckster | October 20, 2019 at 3:52 PM | Reply

    He is correct…the Liberals have been fear mongering through the whole campaign…too much desperation…

  7. Maybe Justin will be thrown in jail when he loses and we get to properly investigate the SNC Lavalin Affair. That was criminal.

    • HighStreet Killers | October 21, 2019 at 2:27 AM | Reply

      Nobody cares, old news. SNC has been robbing the government for decades. They botch every project and charge to fix it

    • Brian Medina you aren’t smart enough to get a vote if you think this ‘ may have violated a bylaw”. Obstruction of justice is a serious violation of Canadian law.

    • David Stark you aren’t smart enough to even know which country we are talking about.

    • Ricky Rickardo | October 21, 2019 at 8:43 AM | Reply

      ​@David Stark Ya Trudeau doesn’t have follow our laws, smarten up.

    • Ricky Rickardo | October 21, 2019 at 8:47 AM | Reply

      @Brian Medina Your lack of insight is a crime. Interfering with the Attorney General violates a bylaw, typical Liberal. Cheers.

  8. As a social worker turned writer, it will be interesting to see how the 2019 federal election turns out.

  9. I think its time we start thinking about changing the political decision-making process.

  10. After 4 years has any one heard any thing about new fighter jets for the Ar Force? How about enforcement of Canada’s sovereignty of the North West Passage? When are the going to make NAFTA Law and not just a rumour?

    • It’s be really simple to enforce the NW passage, keep oil in the ground and scale up renewable energy projects.

      Let it freeze over instead of continuous pollution and human activity in the passage. Meaning that continuous use of the passage would result in faster degradation of the icy North.

  11. What about PPC ? You might have no choice to mention the PPC come election day .

  12. Not too close to call! Too soon to call you dummy! We haven’t voted yet. How about wait one more day and let Canadian vote!

  13. So as per nanos liberal winning ..let see tomorrow..nanos always shows liberal leading don’t believe nanos polls

  14. Annillee Garcia | October 20, 2019 at 6:45 PM | Reply

    Elisabeth May is so incredibly annoying.

  15. Anthony Quantrill | October 20, 2019 at 7:16 PM | Reply

    Why do those four party’s have the same agendas? Are they all just one big party? What is the Privy Council? Are they our secret government?

    • If they were just one party the conservatives wouldn’t have a candle to hold to against. The majority of Canadians do not support the conservative view and you need to learn to adapt to that.

    • Anthony Quantrill | October 21, 2019 at 11:23 AM | Reply

      CyFr’s Corner actually they were all rhetorical questions. I’m well aware of the system and how it works. And btw they are all just one big party that serves the corrupt monarchy democracy. You didn’t take a shot at answering my Privy Council questions. Maybe you need to learn about that to fully understand what I am attempting to convey here.

  16. I’m looking forward to western separation.

  17. Trudeau must go!!! Period!!

  18. Christine Robyn Lane | October 20, 2019 at 10:34 PM | Reply

    The progressives are going to lose big.

  19. Nanos pollinig is a Liberal pollster and even he shows Conservatives in the lead…last day of polling so add 7 % for the conservatives

  20. Ricky Rickardo | October 21, 2019 at 8:41 AM | Reply

    I would despise Trudeau even if he didn’t have a lisp.

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