In nine days Canadians vote and polls are suggesting it is close between the Conservatives and the Liberals, with the NDP apparently having blown a tire. This is what the polling suggested in the U.K. immediately before the May general election. Conservative David Cameron was to get pummeled by voters. Within hours of the polls closing it was clear the Cameron Conservatives were on the way to another majority government. So pollsters blew it. Just as in 2012, not one poll predicted Alison Redford would be elected Premier of Alberta. She was, with a majority. NDP leader Tom Mulcair and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau have never tried to hide their disdain for Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Gilles Duceppe’s BQ is gaining traction in QC.
Who gets your vote? Who is the best leader for Canada on the national and international stage?
Roy thinks Harper is still the best bet! Agree, or think he has to go?