Poll shows strong support for King Tories ahead of P.E.I. election
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Satisfaction with the efficiency of Dennis King’s Progressive Conservative authorities in P.E.I. stays excessive forward of the April provincial election, a current ballot suggests.
A Narrative Research poll discovered that 71 per cent of Islanders are glad with the PC authorities, with about one-quarter expressing dissatisfaction.
It represents a slight improve in satisfaction from November 2022, when 67 per cent of Islanders reported being glad.
If an election had been held at this time, the PC occasion can be the popular alternative for practically half of determined voters, unchanged from November 2022.
In the meantime, the Inexperienced Social gathering and the Liberal Social gathering stay in second and third place, respectively, with help ranges of twenty-two per cent and 19 per cent.
The NDP noticed a rise in help, rising from 4 per cent to 9 per cent.
When it comes to particular person preferences for premier, Dennis King stays the clear favorite, with 42 per cent of Islanders supporting him.
That is a slight lower from November 2022 when he was most popular by 44 per cent of Islanders.
Inexperienced Social gathering Chief Peter Bevan-Baker is the second most most popular candidate, with practically one quarter of Islanders supporting him.
Sharon Cameron of the Liberal Social gathering is the popular candidate for 11 per cent of Islanders, whereas 4 per cent help the NDP’s Michelle Neill.