By Lethbridge Herald on April 9, 2015.
A recently commissioned poll shows the Alberta Party and PCs are neck and neck in Calgary-Elbow in the run up to the provincial election on May 5.
Gravis Marketing, a non-partisan political marketing research firm completed a random survey of 445 likely voters in the provincial riding of Calgary-Elbow on potential matchups for the upcoming election. The poll was conducted between April 2 – 6, 2015.
When asked “As of today, how do you intend to vote in the upcoming provincial general election?” responses showed Greg Clark, leader of the Alberta Party, tied with Gordon Dirks of the PC party, capturing 20 percent equally in the poll. The Wildrose, NDP and Liberal parties received 14 percent, 11 percent and 10 percent support respectively in the Gravis Marketing Poll, while 25 percent remain unsure.
“This poll confirms what I have be hearing on the doors for the last month,” said Clark. “We are in a tight two-way race in Calgary-Elbow and this poll shows that it is either me or the PCs in this election.”
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