The provinces New Democrats have picked up some political support. That according to Corporate Research Associate’s latest survey.
According to the results, the NDP hold 24 per cent of the vote, up from 19 per cent in November.
The Liberals remain the most preferred political party at 41 per cent of voter support, down from 44 per cent in the last survey.
Numbers for the Tory’s remains unchanged.
Support for all three leaders slumped by just a couple percentage points since November. One in ten voters say they support none of the current leaders.
The results come from a survey of 415 Newfoundlanders and Labradorians conducted between February 5 and 28. The overall margin of sampling error is plus or minus 4.8 percentage points with 95 per cent confidence level.