The NDP is a dying party 

Election day is May 9, 2017 in B.C. and B.C. voters will tell what they think of the BC NDP

Editor:

From most recent polls across the country: the federal NDP has a third party status with a approval rating of 15.8 per cent; Alberta presently has a NDP provincial government with a third place approval rating of 24.5 per cent; Saskatchewan NDP is the official opposition party with a second place approval rating of 35.3 per cent.

Manitoba NDP is the official opposition party with a second place approval rating of 24.7 per cent; the Ontario NDP has a third party status with a third place approval rating of 25.9 per cent; the Nova Scotia NDP has a third party status with a third place approval rating of 18.3 per cent; the Newfoundland NDP has a third party status with a third place rating of 21.4 per cent.

The provincial NDP in Quebec, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island is non existent – not one elected NDP MLA.

Election day is May 9, 2017 in B.C. and B.C. voters will tell what they think of the BC NDP. Total Canada average NDP approval rating is 16.5 per cent. The NDP is a dying party.

Sincerely,

Joe Sawchuk,

Duncan, B.C.

 

 

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