And it looks an awful lot like the one Forum Research just dropped.
From the Globe story on the second Angus Reid release this week:
“The Angus Reid poll found Ms. Clark’s stand did not help her party with prospective voters. The Liberals actually lost one point since early July, landing at 22 per cent. The NDP gained four points, rising to 49 per cent. The BC Conservatives dropped from 22 per cent to 19 per cent. Mr. Dix remained the top choice for premier, with an approval rating of 48 per cent. Ms. Clark had an approval rating of 29 per cent.
Pretty much identical to the Forum numbers. No bounce, dead cat or not. I’ll repeat what I said before: BC voters are not making up their minds based on manufactured photo ops and fatuous politics.
It’s about trust and the BC Liberals have rightly lost that.
As I noted over on the Gazetteer, I’ve heard the Liberals were looking for a 6-8 point bounce from the pipeline stunt. Didn’t happen. Lower the lifeboats.