Despite having new leaders on the landscape, little has changed in voter preference in Newfoundland and Labrador.
That’s according to a new poll done in May.
Both the NDP and PC’s changed leaders in April, but an MQO poll contacted 600 people in this province in May and found that few voters have changed their preference.
Support for the Liberal Party is at 44 per cent, the PCs have 36 per cent and the NDP 16 per cent. The undecided or “do not plan to vote” group increased by five percentage points to 41.
Ratings for the leadership of Premier Dwight Ball were unchanged with a score of 4.8 on a scale of ten.