Tuesday, June 25, 2024

From Elections to Populism in Canadian Political Articles

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Philip J Fournier is the creator and editor in chief of 338Canadacom He said there was still plenty of time and space left for Poulievre to squirm

Canadian voters are thinking about voting in a federal election in a meaningful way, as seen on TODAY’s Big Story podcast in 2023 for the first time in years. As a result, it significantly improved the popularity of the Conservative Party.

Then, last December, the Liberals regained some of their popularity. The federal election is a year or less away. The duel is more volatile than at any time in recent times. So what will make the difference this year?

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Philip J. Fournier is the creator and editor-in-chief of 338Canada.com. He said there was still plenty of time and space left for Poulievre to squirm. Similarly, the Liberals are taking advantage of the situation. But needless to say, being ahead by more than double digits and lasting six months is a really big breakthrough, something that rarely happens in politics.

Besides, three provinces are going to elections and we can learn a lot from the results of these elections. For those who follow every riding, vote and election, we’ll show you the big changes happening in Canada’s political landscape.

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