Curiosity: Voter Intentions

Do you plan to vote?  Do you plan to stay home?  I’m also curious; if you plan to vote, when are you planning to vote?

Elections Canada estimates some 850,000 people voted on Friday, the first day of advance polls.  The agency says that is a 26 per cent increase over the first day of advance polls in the 2011 election and a 90 per cent increase over the first day of advance polls in 2008.

“The number of people who came out exceeded the expectations that Elections Canada had, so in that sense, it was exciting that so many people are coming out to vote,” spokesman Dugald Maudsley said in an interview on CBC News Network.

I’d like to conduct my own little informal poll.

 

The various polling firms have each political parties at different levels of support.  Everything from impossible to predict, to Conservative majority to Liberal majority, statistical ties, etc., etc., etc.

So, let’s conduct another little informal poll.

Which political party gets your vote?

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