Mainstreet poll numbers give ammo to uniting Alberta conservatives in one new party

The guy sounds pretty sure. After all, the math tells the tale and it is nowhere near hard.


“The unite-the-right folks should love everything about this poll. It points to exactly what they want,” says Mainstreet pollster Quito Maggi.

The latest nose count shows Wildrose in the lead with 38% of decided voters and those leaning one way or the other.

The Progressive Conservatives are at 29% and Premier Notley’s NDP trail in third at 23%.

But you drill just below the surface and you see the Wildrose’s strength comes from the party being way ahead of everybody in support outside of the two big cities.